Out of Service Systems to be repurposed for ocean science and research
Atlanta, GA – September 14, 2020 – Ocean Networks, Inc. and its subsidiary Submarine Cable Salvage, Inc. announces the company’s award of a multi-year contract to identify, procure and repurpose Out of Service (OOS) submarine cable systems on a global basis. The OOS systems will be repurposed for ocean science to support disaster mitigation and environmental research.
“Being awarded this contract is a significant milestone for Ocean Networks and Submarine Cable Salvage,” comments David Blau, COO of Ocean Networks. “We are honored to help advance the mission of the ocean science community and their collective goal to protect our oceans and the people living in coastal areas.”
For more information about Ocean Networks and its subsidiary Submarine Cable Salvage, Inc. please visit www.oceannetworks.com.
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About Ocean Networks
Ocean Networks, Inc. is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia (USA) and develops submarine cable systems for carriers, content providers, governments and research & education groups. The company supports the industry with contractor services. In addition, we salvage Out of Service (OOS) submarine cable systems and repurpose them for the Ocean Science community. Ocean Networks owns and operates multiple submarine cable systems totaling 8,000+ kms that are being repurposed for ocean science. Ocean Networks is the parent company of South America Pacific Link, Inc. and Submarine Cable Salvage, Inc.
Ocean Networks Media Contact:
iMiller Public Relations
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