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PETALING JAYA: OMS Group Sdn Bhd (OMSG) has launched its fifth cableship – the CS Cable Vigilance, in Dunkirk, France.
In a statement yesterday, OMSG said the new ship accounts for 10% of its global cableship fleet, adding that the launch of the vessel was timely.
“The availability of cableships globally needs to catch up to meet the needs of global telecommunication operators and technology company system owners’ demand.
“Part of the retrofit of the vessel has been focused on reducing greenhouse effects and carbon footprints by replacing the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems with a reversible chiller unit able to generate heating capacity with reduced energy consumption.”
Additionally, OMSG said the vessel’s free-cooling system and light-emitting diode or LED system reduces its overall energy consumption.
“The CS Cable Vigilance’s design has been optimised to maintain the operational capabilities of larger cableships with a smaller platform.
“Its smaller size, compared with older cableships, significantly lowers energy consumption and its carbon footprint.”
OMSG group chief executive officer and managing director Ronnie Lim said the CS Cable Vigilance is a valuable asset in the global subsea cable system market and would be used in the near term for repairing cable systems in the Atlantic.,
“With the growth in international bandwidth consumption and data centre-to-data centre processing communication, we expect consistent growth for our services and assets.”
Meanwhile, OMSG chief executive officer Emmanuel Delanoue said the vessel was delivered on schedule.
“More importantly, we are very proud to be doing our part to be environmentally friendly by being green where possible.
“To improve recycling and thus reduce garbage volume, the CS Cable Vigilance has been fitted with the latest garbage management technology including higher efficiency water treatment equipment,” he said.
OMSG provides engineering, procurement and construction services to install and maintain subsea fibre optic cable systems, cable landing stations, land dark-fibre and data centres.
The data infrastructure that OMSG builds and maintains, connects data centres globally.
OMSG’s clients include technology companies, telecommunications equipment suppliers and telecommunications companies.
OMSG is the only independent, neutral and integrated data infrastructure solutions company globally. The CS Cable Vigilance is only the third cableship completed in the last five years.