ARSB's CEO Rozaimy Rahman said: “With Malaysians’ huge appetite for bandwidth and for data centre growth, this new city pop-to-city pop system would allow direct interconnect from Malaysia into the countries served by the cable system.” PETALING JAYA: Arus Restu Sdn Bhd (ARSB) has bagged a contract to build a cable landing station in Cyberjaya, Selangor, that will be part of the larger Myanmar, Malaysia, India, Singapore Transit (MIST) subsea cable system. In a statement, the company said it received the contract from Orient Link Pte Ltd (OLL), a joint venture between Japanese telecommunication giant NTT Ltd, Fund Corp for the Overseas Development of Japan’s ICT and Postal Services Inc and WEN Capital Pte Ltd. ARSB said the cable landing station would be one of the “last mile” of the overall MIST cable system, which is an 8,100km optical submarine cable system that will directly connect Singapore, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand and India. The MIST project is worth a total of US$400mil (RM1.62bil) and expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2022. The MIST cable system is designed to deliver a capacity of more than 216 terabits per second to serve the bandwidth growth in Asia. ARSB said it is eyeing for more cable projects into Malaysia to support the government’s initiatives on Internet-related programmes. ARSB's CEO Rozaimy Rahman said: “With Malaysians’ huge appetite for bandwidth and for data centre growth, this new city pop-to-city pop system would allow direct interconnect from Malaysia into the countries served by the cable system.” Meanwhile, OLL CEO Yoshio Sato said the cable system would provide a connection to its clients worldwide, delivering high-quality, low-latency networks to Malaysians as the nation charged forward with its digital transformation roadmap. For the MIST project, Rozaimy said the cable landing station system has more than 20-year life, which is a long-term involvement to manage the facility. “We will have to work closely with all parties, as the system is end to end, from the submarine shore-end into the data centre, ” he told StarBiz. ARSB was established in 2012 as a technology company that provides fully integrated communications solutions. Rozaimy was formerly a vice-president of Telekom Malaysia Global and has extensive experience in building and managing projects globally. He has also been involved in numerous submarine cable and cable landing projects. In South-East Asia, he said Malaysia is second after Singapore to have the highest number of submarine cables installed. “We believe that Malaysia could attract more cable investments, thanks to its geographical location and the growing demand of bandwidth in the region, ” Rozaimy said.
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