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Subsea availability

I wanted to give a little update on this project,

Thanks to data made available by Telegeography on Github we have made some
great progress.

you can visit https://goo.gl/QK6pga to see the map available with all
subsea cables that exists.

Currently we are working with subsea providers to receive emails to a
specific email address regarding outages and then parse this email in a way
to update color of the cable on the map. There are MANY challenges to this
but we believe we will over come those challenges with collaboration and
coordination. I have reached out to several subsea cable operators asking
them to help provide data but so far let's say, I am not as luck as I
thought I would be.

Anyway , I plan to tackle some of the challenges (parsing emails, updating
map via code and other methods of intake) in upcoming NANOG Denver
Hackathon.  I am intentionally taking the route of email notifications
because those can be tailored to ensure the outage is from 1 Cable Landing
Station to another Cable Landing Station. If you have suggestions please
let me know.

Best regards

On Tue, May 22, 2018 at 9:28 AM, Paul Rolland (ã??ã?¼ã?«ã?»ã?­ã?©ã?³) <rol at witbe.net>

> Hello,
> On Tue, 22 May 2018 06:35:12 +0100
> Martin Hepworth <maxsec at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'll put this as a starter
> >
> > http://submarine-cable-map-2018.telegeography.com/
> This one is rather cool too:
> http://he.net/3d-map/
> Paul
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