Monday, May 31, 2021
Home Network Cable US Networking in Danger

US Networking in Danger



Undersea cables n are more than a concern now a days because it provides more than 75% of the internet in America. Saying that it is a vital role in the internet consumption of America will not be wrong. The concern is that according to the recent reports of different magazines, Russian military is planning to destroy these undersea lines in order to give a serious damage to the American networking system. And if it happens then it would be a real setback for both, the people using the internet and also the military forces of the country and the marine forces. The biggest problem is that the location of these lines is not hidden and anybody can have easy access to them, reaching to them is not a big issue especially not a big issue for a force like Russia.

It is such an easy task that even a fisherman can go deep in the seas and cut the cables with some good equipment. The only way to get this one off is to have a tight security around the cables by the American submarines which is the only available option because these cables were established in 1980s and are being used till now. So it will require more money for the marine forces but it is the only option available.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

A Brief Insight into CAT5e vs. CAT6

We face an everyday truth such this is thankfully growing. There are such countless tendencies always. Innovation fantastically affects our lives. Desktops...

Difference between Plenum, Riser and PVC Cables

We live in a universe of innovation. PCs are a major piece of our lives. We use PCs from straightforward computations to...

Cat6 in comparison with CAT6a – 1000ftcables

Ethernet links have been around for a while now. They are a must-have clip for any PC organization. You can view Ethernet...

Why are Plenum Cables more expensive than Riser Cables?

Ethernet connectors still play even with everything very new. There are many types of Ethernet connectors but class 6 links control the...

Recent Comments