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Fiber Optics

With Fiber Optics, which are long and thin strands of glass, that uses light signals technology to transmit signals over a long distance whereby it helps to empower your network infrastructure ultimately leading toward a higher ROI in your business.

Malaysia Submarine Fiber Optic

A Momentous View of Cable Landing Coverage around Malaysia

In Malaysia, Fiber Optics cables are installed in few of the states, including Penang, Kuantan, Melaka and Mersing. These fiber connections are installed under the sea to improve Malaysia digital infrastructure together with our neighboring countries. With Fiber Optics, Malaysia has better internet connection featuring 3G, 4G and 5G connections throughout the whole country especially during the pandemic going on whereby many businesses and consumers needed higher speed to conduct their everyday working at home with Fiber Optics.

In Kuantan, fiber optics cables are widely connected to various big countries linking Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Philippines and Singapore in a ring configuration.

With a distance of 19,000 Km throughout the length of the cable connected for vast connection with each country.
  • FEA
Penang (FEA) Fiber Optics Cables are connected to 18 various countries and regions in Asia, Africa and Europe. A length of 28,000km of fiber optics running under the ocean able to communicate with Asia, Africa and Europe in a quick time.
  • SAFE
Penang (SAFE) optical fiber cable linking to South Africa, Mauritius, La Réunion and India with a 13,500 km of length.
  • SMW3
SMW3 fiber optic cable linking 39 cable landing stations in 33 various countries and 4 continents which includes Asia, Australia, Africa and Europe. Sea-Me-We 3 (SMW3) is the longest fiber optic cable system in the world with a total length of 39,000 km.
  • DMCS
Dumai Melaka Fiber Optic Cable System (DMCS) with a length of 147 km using a  telecommunications cable system connecting Dumai in Indonesia via Melaka in Malaysia. DMCS with a unique design with a capacity of 320 Gbps speed to connect Dumai and Melaka via the fiber optics cable is swiftly for connections.
  • SEA-ME-WE-4
SMW4 fiber optics cable from Melaka connecting to  Singapore, Thailand, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Italy, Tunisia, Algeria and France. The SMW4 fiber optics cable are equipped with a 4.6Tbps  speed and a length of 18,800 km that exceeds the previous fiber optics cables leading to transferring data in a blink of an eye.
  • ACPN
Mersing (ACPN) fiber optic cable system are linked to Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand. Asia Pacific Cable Network (APCN) is embodied of two fiber pairs, which are design to hold up to a capacity of 5 Gbps.
  • AAG
Mersing (AAG) links directly with the USA, provides connectivity between Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Brunei Darussalam, Vietnam, Hong Kong SAR, Philippines, Guam, Hawaii and the US West Coast. Mersing (AAG) fiber optics cable system has significant advantages which it avoids the areas that are most prone to seismic activity which could resulted in damage to undersea cables and network disruptions.

Common Issues


Fiber optic cables are often more fragile than normal network cables. For example, the fibers can be broken by bites from rats or a signal can be lost if the cable are bent or curved around a radius of a few centimeters.


Excessive loss of signals can occur due to single-modes or multi-modes fibers. This is because of the cable is fragile, which requires a skillful technician to overcome the challenge of the environment, its length and the cores of fiber transmission.


The fiber optic glass is vulnerable to contamination which can cause extensive signal loss can also occur due to a contaminated connector. Things like dust, fingerprints, scratches and humidity of the air can contaminate connectors.

The Facts

Slow connection may lead to a total system failure

Users in Malaysia
5G Coverage & Adoption
World Fiber Optics Uses Rate

Analysis extracted from various sources

Fiber For Building

Providing the Best Fiber Network Infrastructure deployment for you

In buildings for businesses, Fiber Optics cables are installed in servers, internet modems, computer networks and telephones for your businesses to thrive better. With the high speed fiber cables provides productivity, efficiency and effectiveness to your employees and the business to work better with optical cables.

These cables transmit information in a form of light, whereby the light speed is tremendously fast where it transmit data in a blink of an eye which are recommended for your businesses is to have in your wish list.

Common Fiber Optic

Better Quality brings a better connectivity and with great responsibility comes positivity

Indoor Cables

FTTH drop cable

Special low-bend sensitivity fiber provides high bandwidth and excellent communication transmission property. Simple structure, light weight and high practicability. Its suitable for homes, buildings, offices and businesses to access faster internet speeds.

– 1 ~ 8 cores

– Single-mode fiber is commonly used (G.652D, G.657.A1, G.657.A2)

– Lighter and small diameter, flame retardant, separated easily and excellent softness

– Two parallel FRP or metal reinforcements provide good compression resistance and protect the fiber;

– The cable has the advantages of simple structure, light weight and strong practicability;

– Unique groove design, easy to peel, easy to connect, simplify installation and maintenance;

– Low-smoke, halogen-free flame-retardant polyethylene sheath or flame-retardant PVC sheath for environmental protection.

– Mainly used for indoor hanging wiring


Indoor optical cable

Lighter and smaller diameter, flame retardant, separates easily and provides excellent performance of softness. High in strength of aramid yarn strength member, excellent performance of tensile strength resistance. 

–  1 ~ 72 cores

– bunched or ribbon fiber

– SM (G.652D, G.655, G.657.A1, G.657.A2) and MM (OM1, OM2, OM3, OM4) are available;

– LSZH, PVC outer jacket material optional

– High-strength aramid reinforcement with good tensile properties

– Tight-set dry structure for easy construction and maintenance

– Small outer diameter, light weight, flame retardant, easy to peel off, and high flexibility

– Tight sleeve optical fiber, easy to peel;

– The outer jacket is corrosion-resistant, waterproof, flame retardant and environmentally friendly

– Mainly used for communication equipment, computers, switches, and end user equipment in buildings. 

Outdoor Cables

Aerial Fiber Optical Cable

A fiber optic cable that is usually used and installed for outside electrical poles. Have water blocking system to improve the waterproof ability.

– 2 ~ 288 cores

– Bunched or ribbon fiber

– Loose-tube twisted single sheath or central tube structure  

– Self-Supporting optical cable and ADSS optical cable

– PE, LSZH outer jacket, material optional; AT outer jacket for ADSS

– SM (G.652D, G.655, G.657.A1, G.657.A2) and MM (OM1, OM2, OM3, OM4) 


Duct Fiber Optical Cable

Highly protective environment for fiber-optic cables. Duct Fiber are buried and then the cables are air-blown, jetted, pulled or pushed into the duct.

– 2 ~ 576 cores

– Bunched or ribbon fiber

– Steel wire/FRP as strength member.

– Aluminum tape is more suitable for piping

– PE, AT, LSZH outer jacket material optional

– Loose-tube twisted single sheath or central tube structure  


– SM (G.652D, G.655, G.657.A1, G.657.A2) and MM (OM1, OM2, OM3, OM4)

Direct Burial Fiber Optic Cable

Enterprise-grade router with high flexibility allowing easy configuration according to your needs.

– 2 ~ 576 cores

– Bunched or ribbon fiber

– PE, LSZH outer jacket material optional

– Steel wire/FRP as strength member.

– Must be double Jacketed, with at least one layer of armor.

– Good resistance to lateral pressure and softness

– SM (G.652D, G.655, G.657.A1, G.657.A2) and MM (OM1, OM2, OM3, OM4) 

Exclusive Fiber Optic

Fiber Optics has shown to be the best for providing a reliable connectivity for in-building wired access

Submarine Communications Cable

Adapters are presented according to the connection types and there are three types of them, USB connection, PCI and PCMCIA, antennas that can be external or integrated to them.

– 2 ~ 288 cores

– Steel wire armoring

– bunched or ribbon fiber

– Applicable for underwater 100 meters

– PE,LSZH outer jacket material optional

– Loose-tube twisted single sheath structure 

– SM (G.652D, G.655, G.657.A1, G.657.A2) and MM(OM1,OM2,OM3,OM4) 


Air Blown Fiber Optic Cable

Connect to the network and has been designed to allow hosts on these networks to access the Internet. It has firewall-based security and NAT/PAT service, as well as DHCP server.

– 2 ~ 144 cores

– Rapid pipe installation

– Excellent flexibility and bending performance

– Loose tube filling compound ensure good moisture resistance performance

– Specially designed compact structure is good at preventing loose tubes from shrinking

– SM (G.652D, G.655, G.657.A1, G.657.A2) and MM(OM1, OM2,OM3,OM4)

– Non-mental design can prevent the cable from radio interference and magnetic wave interference


Infrastructure Benefits

Value of the product brings in more productivity


Fiber optic cables have a core that carries light to transmit data. This allows fiber optic cables to carry signals at speeds that are only about 31 percent slower than the speed of light—faster than Cat5 or Cat6 copper cables. Therefore, it also brings less signal degradation with fiber cables.


Fiber optic cables provide more bandwidth for carrying and transmitting more data than copper cables of the same diameter. Within the fiber cable family, single-mode fiber delivers up to twice the throughput of multimode fiber. Like a highway which has a larger space for cars to pass through, meaning faster speeds.


Although some fiber optic cables may have a higher initial cost than copper, the durability and reliability of fiber can make the total cost of ownership (TCO) lower. And, costs continue to decrease for fiber optic cables and related components as technology advances.

Fiber Optic Tools

Essential tools for constructing a fiber optic cable

Fusion Splicing Machine​

Using two fiber optics cables, our team will fuse or wield the two fibers together using the splicing machine to connect both for creating the fiber that is long enough for the required cable to run for further distances.

Fusion splicing is the most widely used method of splicing as it provides for the lowest loss and least reflectance, as well as providing the strongest and most reliable joint between two fibers.

Pig Tail Cable

After splicing the fiber optic cables, our team will fuse the fiber optic cables together with pig tails which is a cable that is installed at the end of the fiber cable to be connected to your modems, routers, servers and switches.

A cable that has an appropriate connector on one end and loose wires on the other. It is designed to patch into an existing line or to terminate the ends of a long run. 

Uses a specific length of cable that is terminated at each end with a plug. Pigtail connectors connects to telephone, audio, video or an Ethernet cable with connectors at both ends.

Light Source Tester

After connecting the pig tails together with the fiber optics cables, our team will test the cables using light source machine to project the light inside the cables to test if cable transmit the light to ensure no defects are spotted.

Light Source Testing are to test the end-to-end performance of an optical-fiber system. Checking power meters and light sources to supplement the OTDR needs for optical fiber.

We also will do a conduct to an end-to-end performance test quickly and efficiently for your house or businesses.

Power Meter FO Testing

After testing the cables using light source machine, our team will conduct the second step which is to measure the power of the signal inside the fiber cables to ensure no power are loss during transmission.

Power Meters provides testing on wavelength setting, relative measurements, power read-out, and auto-shutdown for the optic fiber cables.

It also provides measuring the power of fiber optical signal that are passed through the fiber cable to ensure no connection is loss.


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