Why Modular Cable Landing Stations Are Essential to the Successful Growth of the Subsea Cable Industry
Along with a number of other current and near-future trends impacting the subsea industry, the pace of new cable builds, the often challenging geographic location of system endpoints, and the ever-present need for scalable capacity are increasingly making traditional stick-built Cable Landing Stations (CLS) and data centers to be impractical if not invalid options for submarine network owner-operators.
As this white paper will examine, Modular Cable Landing Stations (MCLS) and data centers can be deployed in more accelerated timelines, possess the highest levels of structural resiliency, and deliver a higher degree of flexible and scalable infrastructure than traditional design-build methods. Especially as new or expanding subsea cable systems are developed to bring connectivity to emerging markets throughout Africa, the Asia-Pacific, and South America, only MCLS and hybrid MCLS/data centers will be able to keep pace with rising demand.’
Download the full whitepaper here.