International Private Leased Circuit
Whether for internet access, business data exchange, video conferencing, or any other form of telecommunications, an IPLC (International Private Leased Circuit) is a point-to-point private line communication between offices that are geographically dispersed throughout the world. In order to support it, Moratelindo offers several cable-systems, namely MIC-1, BDM, and B3JS.
The B3JS (Jakarta-Bangka-Bintan-Batam-Singapore) cable-system covers more than 1,000 kilometers in total cable length which consists of both submarine and inland with capacity up to 380 Gbps. The development has been ready for service since 2012.
The BDM (Batam-Dumai-Malacca) cable-system is a 24-core fibre optic link which connects the 330 kilometers Batam and Dumai. The connection uses DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing) technology with minimum capacity of 8 Lambda (8 x 10 Gbps) and consists of both submarine and inland cables that branch out to Malacca in Malaysia.
The MIC-1 (Moratelindo International Cable-system One) has been commercially utilized since January 2008. The submarine cable-system covers the 70km fibre optic link between Batam Island and Singapore with capacity up to 16 Lambda (16 x 10 Gbps).