A broken section of the Asia-America Gateway (AAG) undersea cable linking Southeast Asia and the US has been detected in recent times, an internet service provider said on June 2.
Internet connection to Vietnam via Asia Pacific Gateway (APG) undersea cable was cut off entirely after it encountered an as yet unidentified problem on May 23 morning.
Vietnamese Internet users will continue to suffer from a traffic slowdown until repairs to the AAG undersea cable are completed, scheduled for April 21.
Vietnam can look forward to faster internet service by early next month as repair work on three undersea cables is completed.
The repair work on the Asia America Gateway (AAG) undersea cable is set to be completed ahead of the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday which will fall later this month, the internet service provider said on January 8.
Over half of Vietnam's population will be slow-surfing the net as issues on three undersea cables remain unsolved.
Internet connections in Vietnam could slow down through the upcoming National Day holiday courtesy of the disaster-prone AAG undersea cable.
Repair work on the vexed AAG cable is expected to be completed two days before the final match of the football World Cup.
Vietnam’s millions of internet users and millions of football fans are not a happy lot this weekend.
The Asia America Gateway (AAG) undersea cable suffered from a breakdown, cutting off all international connections through the AAG-SH1 branch of the line, an internet service provider in Vietnam confirmed on June 16 afternoon.
Internet connections in Vietnam are expected to run at snail’s pace in the coming week as a major undersea cable will go under repair.
The Asia-Pacific Gateway (APG) international undersea cable broke down at a location about 125 km away from Hong Kong at 6:30 am on February 27, disrupting Internet connections from Vietnam to other countries.
The Asia-America Gateway (AAG) undersea cable was fully repaired on the night of January 23, restoring full Internet connectivity between Vietnam and foreign countries, two days earlier than scheduled, a representative of the Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT) confirmed.
The internet service connecting Vietnam with other countries is expected to be affected this weekend due to a disruption in the submarine cable systems of Asia-Pacific Getaway (APG) and Asia-America Getaway (AAG).
The Asia-Pacific Getaway (APG) Submarine cable from Vietnam to Singapore has crashed, negatively affecting internet capacity of the Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT) and other network operators.
The Asia-America Gateway (AAG) submarine cable encountered a technical trouble at 7:00 on October 12, losing signal connection with the Hong Kong (China) station, affecting Vietnam’s international internet links.
Vietnam's internet speed slowed to a snail's pace on August 27 after the three internet cable systems connecting the country with the rest of the world went down.
Three international submarine cables, the Asia-America Gateway (AAG), the Intra Asia (IA) and the Southeast Asia-Middle East-Western Europe (SMW3), have broken down, affecting Vietnam’s external internet connection.
International internet connections in Vietnam are likely to remain slow for another three weeks with repair work to a major internet cable which broke off central Vietnam last week expected to take until July 14, a service provider said.
VOV.VN - The internet throughout Vietnam should now be ‘fully recovered’ and ‘operating normally’, says government owned telecommunications company VNPT.