How Internet Providers Get Around War Zones


January 2008, something happen — mostly an errant ship anchor , sliced into two underwater cables in the Mediterranean coast of Egypt Sea , Alexandria port of sea lost nearly 70 % of its internet capacity. And the effects were hardly limited to that country. Slowdowns were reported around the Asia. Saudi Arabia lost nearly 45% of it’s country network. But Bangladesh 3,700 miles far, lost a full third part of it’s connectivity.

just two or three cuts lead to such widespread disruptions? The basic and least e way to route internet from S Asia to Europe is via a massive system of underwater fiber optics running from the south sea of France through the Mediterranean, and finally out into the Indian Ocean and Its beyond. Some of the countries sore cause of cuts relied heavily on this path, only light unnecessary coming in from the east . Est Asia and beyond the Pacific Ocean , America to protect against an disaster like this.

During the war if internet connection was interrupted of any country , then  defence system has been break down . Because now days we totally depends on internet and our main line of communication is internet . Its look like a handicap person . We discussed a manor problem of a region were connection interrupted.

The economic result of such an stage are obvious and terrifying . they don’t only effect on a big banks. Take as a example of India, its growing various incoming sector, extremely trusty on dependable internet. By various reports,1200 crore people in India were affected by the 2008 incident .

Jim Cowie, then the head of research and development of internet intelligence company, was taking notes. “It’s very embarrassing to have to explain to stock markets and banks that the internet is out and will be out for weeks,” Cowie said.

In the 2008 disruption, companies on both ends of the ocean route began shout for redundancy and maybe of this the creation of alternative network links from Asia to Europe . over the half-decade, a series of gigantic European and Asian telecom partnerships have done just for that, buildup four new fiber-optics for the link Europe to the financial hubs of the Gulf and the growing economy of South Asia.

The new roadmap are generated . The new war weapon in now days and In feature is internet . By the internet it means a social media we can create a war zone in any where of any country . Internet is a most power full weapon .

In war zone internet is gone then war is end because our continuation system has been destroyed . And without communication we cant do anything or take any action .

The stakes of these networks are high, with their own design present and its very real designers very real and effective : Indian network technicians whom chew describes as “heroic” literally “roll trucks in the middle of a fight to repair the damage.”

An example in India internet was block in  border internet was ban because of war zone . If anyone can access in secure connection then its a victory .

Till now , reaching the S Asia from Europe by land it requires traveling through the Middle and none of the new networks can completely ignore places marked by the kind of conflict that in addition to every other type of economical cost could produce a future outage.

Take the JADI network which works from Istanbul to Jeddah nearly 1700 miles. Within a one year after JADI traffic are available for purchase, but in Syria war broke the cable, which runs through Alepo, has sustained dilapidated damage and dislocate the network.

That’s the real incidental example. But in the other region cable paths face their own all challenges. The network represented above in southeast . According to Cowie, services though it bypasses via Israel, the country continuously cadant into violent struggle . The way running through Iraq has faces difficulties in “coordination and agreement,” according to Cowie, due to a lack of cooperation between the Kurdish authorities and Arab counterparts.