Important Notice & Disclaimer
Disclaimer & Disclosure of Interests
Trident Subsea Cable Pty Ltd (“Trident Subsea Cable” or...
Privately funded Australian SPV to own and
operate international cable systems linking
Western Australia to South East Asi...
Why a cable into Asia?
(valeriepieris on Reddit)
There are more Muslims in the
circle than outside of it. There are
more H...
Currently…
East Coast (5)
• Tasman-2, Southern Cross (2),
PPC-1, AJC, Gondwana
• Telstra Endevour
West Coast (1) (+1 out-o...
Stage 1 - The International Cable and Extensions
Core segment of comprises the major trunk
subsea cable network between Pe...
Stage 2 - Terrestrial Section
The Trident Terrestrial Network is a 72-core fibre
cable from the Onslow CLS to Karratha and...
Stage 3 - Carnarvon Basin Oil & Gas Platforms Loop
Stage 3 of the Trident Network is the
Trident Carnarvon Basin Solution....
Trident Data Centres
• Karratha DC1 – Tier-3 certified data centre
up to 300 racks. 200 racks already
contracted.
• Pt Hed...
Strong Government & Partner Support
Perth landing at City Beach in ACMA Cable Protection Zone
Products, Services and Timing
Products and Services
Trident Data Centre Hosting/Colo:
• Karratha DC1 300 racks (200 already
contracted)
• Port Hedland D...
Points of Presence/Interconnect
Australian PoPs
• Perth – Trident CLS, Fujitsu DC
Malaga, (Others)
• Karratha – Trident DC...
Key Developments to Date – Project Steps Completed
• Completed – acquisition of ASSC1 IP – Perth to Singapore project vehi...
Key Developments to Date – Project Steps Underway
• Sufficient pre-sales to reach CIF, subject to banking DD
• Financing a...
Implementation Roadmap
Completed items:
• Agreements with Matrix
• Term sheet executed with Fujitsu
• Government and partn...
Enabling Competitive Communications
• Trident brings competition to Internet and
telecommunications through the Pilbara – ...
Enabling Competitive Communications
• Completely independent diverse infrastructure from
incumbent networks for primary or...
You can help us….
• Much easier to adjust the route before the
diggers are mobilized! – Where do you need it?
• Interconne...
Contact Us
National Project Office
T: +61 (08) 9212 5164
Level 15, Parmelia House
191 St Georges Street, Perth, WA 6000
E:...
Paul Brooks - Trident Subsea Cables - An update on the Trident Subsea Cables Project
Paul Brooks - Trident Subsea Cables - An update on the Trident Subsea Cables Project
Paul Brooks - Trident Subsea Cables - An update on the Trident Subsea Cables Project
Paul Brooks - Trident Subsea Cables - An update on the Trident Subsea Cables Project
Paul Brooks - Trident Subsea Cables - An update on the Trident Subsea Cables Project
Paul Brooks - Trident Subsea Cables - An update on the Trident Subsea Cables Project
Paul Brooks - Trident Subsea Cables - An update on the Trident Subsea Cables Project
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Paul Brooks delivered the presentation at the 2014 Mining the Pilbara Conference.

The 2014 Mining the Pilbara Conference explored current projects and regulatory updates in the Pilbara region.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.informa.com.au/pilbaramining14

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Paul Brooks - Trident Subsea Cables - An update on the Trident Subsea Cables Project

  1. 1. Important Notice & Disclaimer Disclaimer & Disclosure of Interests Trident Subsea Cable Pty Ltd (“Trident Subsea Cable” or the “Company”) has prepared this Company Introduction presentation exclusively for the provisions of general information only. Trident Subsea Cable is not aware that any recipient intends to rely on this publication or of the manner in which recipient intends to use it. In preparing our information, it is not possible to take into consideration the investment objectives, financial situation or particular needs of any individual recipient. This publication is not for public circulation or reproduction whether in whole or in part and is not to be disclosed to any person other than the intended recipient, without obtaining the prior written consent of the Company. Forward Looking Statements This publication may contain certain forward looking statements. Forward looking statements are statements other than historical information or statements of current conditions. These forward looking statements relate to the plans and objectives of the Company covered in the publication for future operations including the Company’s plans for business plans, strategies, financing, governmental and legal approvals. In light of the risks and uncertainties inherent in all future projections, the inclusion of forward looking statements in this publication should not be regarded as a representation by Trident Subsea Cable or the Company that the objectives or plans will be achieved.
  2. 2. Privately funded Australian SPV to own and operate international cable systems linking Western Australia to South East Asia and the rest of the world. Providing competitive high-capacity telecommunications infrastructure to the resources-rich Pilbara and North-Western Shelf regions of Australia
  3. 3. Why a cable into Asia? (valeriepieris on Reddit) There are more Muslims in the circle than outside of it. There are more Hindus in the circle than outside of it. There are more Buddhists in the circle than outside of it... The circle pulls all of this off while being mostly water.
  4. 4. Currently… East Coast (5) • Tasman-2, Southern Cross (2), PPC-1, AJC, Gondwana • Telstra Endevour West Coast (1) (+1 out-of-service) • SEA-ME-WE-3 http://www.cablemap.info/, http://www.submarinecablemap.com/#/submarine-cable/trident-subsea-cable
  5. 5. Stage 1 - The International Cable and Extensions Core segment of comprises the major trunk subsea cable network between Perth and the existing Matrix Cable and terrestrial Onslow- Karratha-Port Hedland cable. New Cable Landing Stations (CLS) at Onslow & Perth, existing CLS Singapore & Jakarta. New Data Centres in Karratha & Port Hedland. Stage 1 Total Length: 4562km Jakarta to Onslow: 2121km Onslow to Perth: 1898km Matrix partnership provides Singapore and Indonesian CLS, data centres and licenses/permits pre-built, significantly reducing schedule and capex. Trans-Australia connection provides express low-latency solution direct between Asia and Australian east coast cities and data centres with Trident PoPs. Onslow to Port Hedland: 543km
  6. 6. Stage 2 - Terrestrial Section The Trident Terrestrial Network is a 72-core fibre cable from the Onslow CLS to Karratha and onward to Port Hedland. Trident Karratha Data Centre – 300 rack certified Tier-3 facility and IT training centre. Smaller DC in Port Hedland for DR capability wholly in-region. Stage 2 extends terrestrial cable southwards from Onslow to Perth following the coastal highway. This cable will service intermediate towns, intermediate mines, the NBN POI in Geraldton and SKA telescope. When completed this will create a fully diverse optical fibre loop for 99.999% uptime “by land and by sea” between Perth and Onslow. Stage 2 Total Length: 1379 km Onslow to Perth: Coastline 1379km
  7. 7. Stage 3 - Carnarvon Basin Oil & Gas Platforms Loop Stage 3 of the Trident Network is the Trident Carnarvon Basin Solution. Specifically designed to service the offshore oil & gas platforms leading-edge subsea cable technology via a loop cable network off the shore of Onslow continuing west of Barrow Island and landing at Port Hedland. Also provides protection for mining services off terrestrial cable STAGE 3 TOTAL LENGTH: 678KM
  8. 8. Trident Data Centres • Karratha DC1 – Tier-3 certified data centre up to 300 racks. 200 racks already contracted. • Pt Hedland DC2 – up to 100 racks, 6 already contracted • Onslow CLS – new Cable Landing Station • Perth CLS – New landing station, plus Fujitsu Malaga Data Centre provides dual diverse PoPs for customer access circuits. • In Perth, a domestic fibre loop will link various CBD data centers to the Trident Network.
  9. 9. Strong Government & Partner Support
  10. 10. Perth landing at City Beach in ACMA Cable Protection Zone
  11. 11. Products, Services and Timing
  12. 12. Products and Services Trident Data Centre Hosting/Colo: • Karratha DC1 300 racks (200 already contracted) • Port Hedland DC2 100 racks (6 already contracted) • Perth – Fujitsu (Malaga) Trident Transmission – OTN Optical Channels • 1G: 1GigE (domestic only) • 10G: 10GigE (LAN, WAN), STM-64, CBR10G, ODU-2 • 100G: 100GigE, CBR100G, ODU-4 • Terrestrial fibre pairs • IRU or Lease (3yrs min) Trident Presales Engineering • Trident actively encourages and will support special designs and creative customer solutions
  13. 13. Points of Presence/Interconnect Australian PoPs • Perth – Trident CLS, Fujitsu DC Malaga, (Others) • Karratha – Trident DC1, 7-mile Railyards • Port Hedland – Trident DC2 • Sydney • Melbourne • Brisbane • Adelaide • Canberra Extensions and spurs by fibre or microwave radio to customer requirements and remote sites Singapore PoPs • Global Switch • Equinix • BT Frontline • GeoTele Jakarta PoPs • Cyber Building • Plaza Kuningan • JI HR Rasuna Said Kav
  14. 14. Key Developments to Date – Project Steps Completed • Completed – acquisition of ASSC1 IP – Perth to Singapore project vehicle • Completed – agreement to acquire strategic assets from our Asian partner, Matrix Networks, including access to submarine plant between Jakarta and Singapore with Indonesian permits and approvals in place, with access to existing cable landing stations • Completed – partnership with Fujitsu to manage the network rollout • Completed – marine desktop study • Completed – Stage 1 terrestrial route survey • Completed – tender for construction of wet segment build – awarded to TE SubCom
  15. 15. Key Developments to Date – Project Steps Underway • Sufficient pre-sales to reach CIF, subject to banking DD • Financing arrangements in place and working through long form documents, subject to finalized DD • Equity round expected to be filled by current shareholders • Sales pipeline well developed and expect further conversions to sales contracts
  16. 16. Implementation Roadmap Completed items: • Agreements with Matrix • Term sheet executed with Fujitsu • Government and partner support • International system partners selected • Pre-sales contracts with selected groups • BCEG provide Finance Term Sheet and Finance Agreement • Built up sales pipeline and cumulative pre-sales Q3 CY2013 Q4 CY2013 Q2 CY2014 Q3 CY2014 Q3 CY2015 Q1 CY2016 International System Procurement Design Lockdown International System Construction Delivery of Terrestrial System Delivery of Subsea System Pre-sales Equity Contribution 1 32 4 • Fujitsu to complete construction activities, with TE SubCom and Diamond as subcontractors • Customer Sale of Capacity Agreements executed • Bank Finance Agreement executed • Equity contribution of up to $70 million • RFS 18-month Construction Window
  17. 17. Enabling Competitive Communications • Trident brings competition to Internet and telecommunications through the Pilbara – try to drive down the “Pilbara Premium” for communications by enabling and encouraging more service providers and carriers to establish presence in the region • Completely independent diverse infrastructure from incumbent networks for primary or backup links
  18. 18. Enabling Competitive Communications • Completely independent diverse infrastructure from incumbent networks for primary or backup links • Trident fibre network is integrated with new Pilbara- based datacentres • Trident will work with client to design a bespoke network solution for hard-to-reach areas – incl extensions to Newman, Tom Price etc • Higher bandwidth services available to service mining automation video and control infrastructure • Lower cost for production networks, residential camps entertainment & communications solutions
  19. 19. You can help us…. • Much easier to adjust the route before the diggers are mobilized! – Where do you need it? • Interconnect points can be added or adjusted. Lower cost to connect if we plan locations close to customer demand • Seeking indications of interest in datacentre space in Karratha & Port Hedland. • Trident hosting CIO/CTO Resources Planning Summit in August in Perth – nominate your CIO/CTO for invitation • Email info@tridentsc.com.au to help us plan to help you while we build.
  20. 20. Contact Us National Project Office T: +61 (08) 9212 5164 Level 15, Parmelia House 191 St Georges Street, Perth, WA 6000 E: info@tridentsc.com.au www.tridentsc.com.au
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