Undersea cable damages in the Atlantic?

Andy Ringsmuth andy at andyring.com
Tue Jan 18 18:37:17 UTC 2022

> On Jan 18, 2022, at 11:08 AM, Mukund Sivaraman <muks at mukund.org> wrote:
> We received the following email today from our upstream (in India):
>> Our transit traffic partners have reported multiple sub-sea cable
>> damages on the Atlantic route towards Europe and US east coast. Users
>> might face additional latency and occasional packet loss towards these
>> destinations.
>> Our partners are working with relevant authorities and cable sea
>> companies for restoration and will take few days to address it. We
>> will inform as soon as this is resolved. Inconvenience caused is
>> highly regretted.
> I've read about cable cuts due to the Tonga volcanic eruption, but the
> above as "multiple cable damages" is mentioned as in the Atlantic. Does
> anyone know more about this? A news search for "cable cuts" didn't bring
> up anything aside from the Tonga story.
> 		Mukund


Multiple sub-sea cable problems referencing Europe and the US east coast…

Putin testing the waters for connectivity disruptions ahead of a Ukraine invasion? Where the US and NATO are the thorn in his side?


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