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  • Dear AR&RSC Members,

    All online request and work order forms are available in the temporary website (http://aag.alouattagroup.com/) effective Monday, 14 October 2013. Kindly apply your online requests via this temporary AAG NA portal.

    However, please bear with us as we take time to upload all the existing MIU based forms (CAO, SCO, CRO, CDO) from the old website to the enhanced website. During this period, we shall accommodate your requests for SCR/CRR /CDR applications for old CAOs on a FCFS basis. We suggest that a separate email be sent to AAG NA, advancing the request for immediate creation or uploading of a particular old CAO/s in the enhanced website for Party’s potential SCR/CRR/CDR requirements.

    Should you have any concerns about this matter, please feel free to call AAG NA at +63 2 887-5823 and/or by emailing us at aag_na@pldt.com.ph.

    Thank you for your usual support and wishing you the best for this coming new year.


    AAG NA
  •    About the Asia-America Gateway (AAG)
    Cable System
    On 27 April 2007, an agreement was signed in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia by major telecommunications-industry leaders spearheaded by 19 parties including AT&T Inc., Bayan, Bharti, BT Global Network Services, CAT Telecom, ETPI, FPT Telecom, the Government of Brunei Darussalam, PT Indosat, PLDT, Saigon Postel Corporation, StarHub, Telcotech, TELKOM Indonesia, Telstra, Telekom Malaysia, TNZL, Viettel, and VNPT to build the Asia-America Gateway (AAG) Cable System.

    The AAG is a 20,000-km, high-bandwidth fiber optic submarine cable system that will connect Southeast Asia to the United States. It will provide connectivity between Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Brunei Darussalam, Vietnam, Hong Kong SAR, Philippines, Guam, Hawaii and the US West Coast and seamless interconnection with other major cable systems connecting Europe, Australia, other parts of Asia and Africa and will utilize the field-proven Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) technology to provide upgradeable, future-proof transmission facilities for telecommunications traffic.

    The birth of the AAG will revolutionize high bandwidth delivery between Asia and the USA. Designed for broadband traffic, it will provide much-needed diversity in traditional routes to the US and ensure alternate routes, expanded capacity and high levels of service during potential disasters. The AAG Cable System is expected to carry commercial traffic by second quarter of 2009.

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