Inligo Networks through its Australian subsidiary Inligo Digital Australia will build, own and operate an open cable landing station in Darwin Australia.

The facility will have the capacity to land and support four international subsea cables with the first cable to use the facility being Inligo’s Asia Connect Cable System. The facility located near Fannie Bay will also provide a hub for Inligo’s domestic cable system called the Unite.

The cable landing station design provides for capacity to locate subsea cable termination equipment, subsea cable power systems, and transmission equipment for connecting to domestic networks including the Unite Cable System. The facility design is complete with online building access and management systems, secured permitter fencing, redundant and backup power, on-site engineering resources, facility management staff and 24×7 support.

Darwin Cable Landing Station Illustration

The Cable Landing Station is expected to be completed in early 2026.

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