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Many of our wind farms are located in the immediate vicinity of telecommunications cables that are already installed at the bottom of the sea, so the combined experience within the group, both with fiber optic and electric cables, and the depth of their collective resources give us absolute confidence in our solution for the future. Alasdair Wilkie, President of ACMA, said: “Acma is a non-profit cooperative submarine maintenance contract, which consists of more than 60 organisations in the Atlantic, North Sea and South-East Pacific. We have been successfully working with Global Marine for many years to meet the needs of our members and look forward to sharing our telecommunications best practices to shape the future of electrical cable maintenance.¬†As soon as the error has been detected, the cable navigates within 24 hours with the appropriate human and technical resources on board to the repair area. Ground stations and technicians on board perform measurements to locate the error. The cable is then put back on board, the damaged section is cut and replaced. Founded in 1965, ACMA is a non-profit cooperative maintenance contract that acts exclusively in the interest of its members. ACMA members are companies responsible for the operation and maintenance of submarine communications and electricity cables, as well as oil and gas platform operators in the Atlantic, North Sea and Southeast Pacific. The PIOCMA agreement includes the NAZ, Yokohama zone and SEAIOCMA agreements. It provides mutual assistance following natural disasters and provides risk management solutions for consortium members. The last time PIOCMA was called was during the earthquake in Taiwan in 2006, which significantly slowed down internet traffic.

More recently, PIOCMA was on high alert after the 2011 Japanese tsunami, although it was not called. The ACMA is a non-profit cooperative submarine maintenance contract composed of more than 60 members. ACMA members are companies responsible for the operation and maintenance of submarine communications and electricity cables, as well as operators of oil and gas platforms in the Atlantic, North Sea and Southeast Pacific. Global Marine has provided maintenance services across the Atlantic since the first cable was laid in the nineteenth century and has been a major supporter of ACMA since its inception in 1965. . .

Posted on September 8th, 2021 | filed under Uncategorized |

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