International Cable Protection Committee


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Welcome * Benvenuto * ようこそ * Accueil * Bienvenida Welcome to the International Cable Protection Committee The International Cable Protection Committee (ICPC) is dedicated to the sharing of information for the common interest of all seabed users. ICPC represents all who operate, maintain and work in every aspect of both the telecommunication and power cable industry. All areas of this site are available for public viewing except for the Members area which is reserved for administration of the ICPC.
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The “Voice of the Global Subsea Cable Critical Infrastructure” resonates in Hamburg at the 2016 ICPC Plenary

Monday, 02 May 2016

LYMINGTON, United Kingdom—The Case for Cables– Protecting and Enhancing the Global Environment with Power and Communications, was the central theme to the successful and well-attended International Cable Protection Committee (ICPC) Plenary meeting which was held in Hamburg, Germany from 12-14 April. With 63 Member organisations in attendance and representing 29 countries, the 49th annual ICPC Plenary gathered together influential people from the undersea cable industry to convene and exchange ideas. The success of the 2016 ICPC Plenary is largely attributed to all its Members—from every sector of the industry—joining together, being heard, and cementing the ICPC in its status as the industry’s international “voice” for the protection of undersea telecommunication and power cables.



ICPC comments on submarine cable security around the world

Thursday, 18 February 2016

LYMINGTON, UK—Fibre optic submarine cable security is one key priority among cable owners, operators, and chartered vessels. The International Cable Protection Committee (ICPC) represents member companies that own or operate about 98% of the world’s submarine cable systems as well as the cable ship companies laying and maintaining cables.

ICPC comments on submarine cable security around the world
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