The Southeast Asia – Japan 2 Cable System (SJC2), invested by a consortium including the Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT), has been connected to Vietnam.
Vietnam's Internet speed is back to normal after its international partners repaired the Asia Pacific Gateway cable.
Repairs to the Asia Africa Europe 1 (AAE-1) undersea cable have been completed, domestic internet service providers said on June 8.
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.
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.
Repairs to the Intra Asia (IA) internet cable that connects Vietnam with other parts of Southeast Asia have been set back once again by more ruptures,VietnamPlus cited an internet service provider as saying on March 3.
Meanwhile, another cable fired up early this year to boost Vietnam's internet speed has been experiencing issues too.
The US$450-million system is much faster than the current unreliable Asia America Gateway.
The US$450-million system is much faster than the Asia America Gateway, which the country has relied on over the past years.
The Prime Minister has approved the project to upgrade the capacity and change the technology of the InterAsia (IA) undersea cable. This comes after repeated problems with the Asia America Gateway (AAG) cable.