Tuesday, 11 May 2021

Business continuity in subsea networks

Posted by Cinia
Monday 06 July 20

The impact of the Covid-19 has been unprecedented all around the world. Even the industry that is spread around to the bottom of the seas of the world has not been safe. Global telecom infrastructure and subsea network industry as a key element of that has gone through interesting times that will affect our world for a long time.   EVP Taneli Vuorinen at Cinia remembers that the first signs of the crisis were seen already in January. "Our international technology vendors indicated that the virus and related threat of the pandemic might have an impact on supply chain and hardware deliveries in the coming months…

The impact of the Covid-19 has been unprecedented all around the world. Even the industry that is spread around to the bottom of the seas of the world has not been safe. Global telecom infrastructure and subsea network industry as a key element of that has gone through interesting times that will affect our world for a long time.   EVP Taneli Vuorinen at Cinia remembers that the first signs of the crisis were seen already in January. "Our international technology vendors indicated that the virus and related threat of the pandemic might have an impact on supply chain and hardware deliveries in the coming months…

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