TM pasang 1,140km kabel optik dari Kuching ke Miri

TM pasang 1,140km kabel optik dari Kuching ke Miri

2010/12/10
SIBU: Telekom Malaysia Berhad ™ dalam proses memasang 1,140 kilometer kabel optik fiber dari Kuching ke Miri di Sarawak.

Menteri Kesihatan Awam dan Alam Sekitar, Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh, berkata pemasangan itu dibuat dalam tiga fasa dengan fasa pertama telah siap sementara dua fasa yang lain sedang dipasang. Bercakap kepada pemberita selepas mengadakan sesi dialog dengan TM dan Perbadanan Bekalan Elektrik Sarawak (SESCO) di sini hari ini, beliau berkata kabel optik itu boleh menampung kelajuan 20 hingga 50 megabait dan tahan lebih lama berbanding dengan kabel dawai tembaga. “TM juga sedang menaik taraf dan memperbaiki perkhidmatan jalur lebar dan rangkaiannya di kawasan tersebut untuk memenuhi permintaan meningkat bagi perkhidmatan streamyx khasnya di skim pembangunan perumahan baru,” katanya.

Wong berkata, bandar itu mempunyai jumlah pengguna streamyx yang ketiga tertinggi di Sarawak dengan 18,000 pengguna di mana* 90 peratus adalah pengguna kawasan perumahan dan yang lainnya pengguna komersil.

Katanya, kira-kira 1.46 peratus pengguna membuat aduan berkaitan kelajuan lambat dan kerosakan perkhidmatan TM setiap bulan.

“SESCO juga memperbaiki perkhidmatan talian tetapnya di kawasan luar bandar dan pinggir bandar seperti di Ulu Sungei Merah, Salim dan Rantau Panjang,” katanya.
Mengenai SESCO, katanya, ia masih melaksanakan dua projek luar bandar iaitu Bekalan Elektrik Luar Bandar (BELB) dan Skim Bantuan Pendawaian (AWS) yang dibiayai Kementerian Kemajuan Luar Bandar dan Wilayah.

Kini kadar pemasangan untuk BELB kurang 70 peratus sementara SESCO berharap untuk mencapai 95 peratus menjelang 2012. - BERNAMA

*unifi is coming to Miri next year…

bagus lagi bikin jalan…

If someone chopped this cable off… its trolololol

How they going to sell this cable?

Unlike copper, cannot simply melt to be resold in another form

aren’t normal copper cable support up to 100Mbps of speed?
they could save the money and provide faster service instead…

what I am worry about when this cable broke off, service interruption can be quite long!

this cable doesn’t have resell value. Its expensive but no resell value.

[quote=“dennos2”][quote=“whatman”]How they going to sell this cable?

Unlike copper, cannot simply melt to be resold in another form[/quote]

can use for cctv …[/quote]

Highly unlikely they would want to use it. The demand for optical cable for cctv is not high, and cctv installer would be risking their live hood if telekom catches them using their fibre optic.

[quote=“SuiginTou”]what I am worry about when this cable broke off, service interruption can be quite long!

this cable doesn’t have resell value. Its expensive but no resell value.[/quote]

The cable broke off is mostly underwater cables, and natural disaster such as earthquake, such thing always happen with cables that spans across the sea.

that’s why I say “if someone chopped it off” hahahaha

They can do the same thing with copper. But cable is buried underground. Who would have the time and effort to do that?

I dunno mang. This things rarely happen anyway so yeah. Hope they are prepared though

TM already done fibre optic cable repair for a long time so this is nothing new to them.

how much does a metre of this stuff costs anyway?

Suppose to ask, how much commision they receive per metre?

i heard also about this news…ckp2 from TM…this is for HSBB project…it on going now…

wats the use of this optic cable to us ?

Its important to allow faster Internet speed. Copper cable is simply not enough.

I expect my lagness from 1pm to 11pm everyday will end soon, or not?

tm = lousy service
they consider to block p2p, now with new rules called fair usage policy…what’s next?

Suppose to ask, how much commision they receive per metre?[/quote]

commission, they will all receive, thats for sure. after all no point denying it, we are the third world unnamed despot countries so often portrayed on american tv series of the 80’s and 90’s.

still i m interested to know how much it cost pre-commission per metre and whether an individual can buys it for own technical uses, if own technical uses is a possibility. anyone knows the price?