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Safeguard your undersea fiber cables

Protecting Telecommunication Assets

97% of global communications are transported through fiber optic submarine cables that can be disrupted through marine vessel incidents. Telephone conversations, web and data access, emails and television all rely on these cables.

Whether buried under the seabed or lying on the bottom, they are at risk of damage.

Damage from commercial fishing vessels and ships accidentally anchoring within cable zones are the types of events Guardian:protect is designed to prevent.

Areas of Protection

Fiber Optic Cables – Near Shore

Protect near shore telecommunications cables from damage by commercial fishing vessels and ship anchor strikes.

Deeper Fiber Optic Cables

Fishing and commercial ships that operate further from the shore are potential threats to cables. Protect them when coverage range allows.

How it works


“Anchor strikes will soon be regarded as events from a bygone era.”

Gil C. Quiniones, President and CEO

New York Power Authority

Find out how we can help

Phone +64 9 950 4848, Fax +64 9 950 4085
Address 45 Sale Street, Freemans Bay, Auckland 1010, New Zealand

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