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  1. International Submarine Cable Korea-Japan Cable Network (KJCN) October 2002

  2. Table of Contents 1. Introductions 2. International Submarine Cables 3. Korea-Japan Cable Network (KJCN)

  3. Introduction General Features of Submarine Cables • Long Distance Transmission Capability - Trans-Pacific and Trans-Atlantic • Big Bandwidth Transmission Capability - Suitable for Internet, Video Streaming • High Reliability - Suitable for international e-commerce business • State of Art Technology - High Quality Service

  4. Introduction Role of Submarine Cables for International Telecommunication in Korea • Major Infrastructure of International Telecommunication

  5. Introduction Basic Structure of Submarine Cable Domestic Network Beach Manhole Branching Unit Terminal Station C Domestic Equipment Terminal Equipment Repeater Terminal Station B Supervisory Equipment Power Feed EQ. Terminal Station A

  6. International Submarine Cable 1. Submarine Cable Maps - World Cable Map - North East Asia Cable Map 2. Submarine Cables Landed in Korea

  7. International Submarine Cable Submarine Cables in the World

  8. International Submarine Cable Submarine Cables in North East Asia

  9. International Submarine Cable Cables Landed in Korea (1) Nakhodka (Russia) RJK Naoetsu (Japan) H-U Cable Seoul CKC Boeun E/S Qindao(China) Kumsan Taean C/S Pusan Keoje KJCN Fukuoka/Kitakyushu FLAG Cheju Ninomya(Japan) Miuara(Japan) HJK D.W.B(Hong Kong) SMW-3 Okinawa(Japan) FLAG SHI(China) APCN LTU(Hong Kong) Miyazaki(Japan) SMW-3 SHI(China) HJK Chikura(Japan) APCN China-US LTU(Hong Kong) Bandon(US) China-US CHM(China) APCN 2 Kitaibaraki(Japan) APCN 2 SHI(China)

  10. International Submarine Cable Cables Landed in Korea (2) • HJK (Hong Kong – Japan – Korea) • RJK (Russia – Japan – Korea) • CKC (China – Korea Cable) • APCN (Asia Pacific Cable Network) • SEA-ME-WE 3 (South East Asia-Middle East-Western Europe 3) • FLAG (Fiber Optic Link Around the Globe) • CUCN (China-US Cable Network) • APCN 2 (Asia Pacific Cable Network 2) • KJCN (Korea-Japan Cable Network)

  11. Korea-Japan Cable Network 1. KJCN Map 2. KJCN General 3. Advantages of KJCN

  12. Korea-Japan Cable Network KJCN Map

  13. Korea-Japan Cable Network KJCN General • KJCN Route : Busan-Fukuoka, Busan-Kitakyushu • Participants : KT, NTT, Japan Telecom, KEPCO • C&MA Signing : 2001.5.25 • Supply Contract (Fujitsu) : 2001.5.25 • Total Length : 500Km • Number of Fiber Pair : 12 • Design Capacity : 2.88Tbps (Initial Capacity: 50G) • RFS : 2002. 3. 23 KEPCO: Kyushu Electric Power Co., RFS: Ready For Service • C&MA: Construction and Maintenance Agreement

  14. Korea-Japan Cable Network Advantages of KJCN • Continuous Competitiveness of the Network - No need for Repeater due to the Short distance - Applying cutting edge technology is possible at any time • Exclusive connection between Korea and Japan - Cheap Cost - But, high quality and reliable service • Highly stable network by Self-healing function - Stable telecommunication Services - Internet and e-commerce application