By the end of next year.
Taiwan’s digital technology minister, Audrey Tang, told Bloomberg that the island is trying to come up with a contingency plan in case of damage to submarine cables that exchange information with the outside world. Firstly, the corresponding infrastructure is vulnerable both to man-made impacts and to natural disasters like the same earthquakes. Secondly, it may be damaged in an attack on Taiwan, and this worries the local authorities even more.
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According to the Taiwan government’s plan, by the end of next year, a set of measures to duplicate communication channels through satellite systems should be implemented. Providers such as OneWeb and even the specialized division of Amazon are trying to take part in the pilot project, but local authorities do not really count on help from Elon Musk and his Starlink, looking back at the political statements of the billionaire on the issue of preserving Taiwan’s autonomy.
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The contingency plan calls for the deployment of 700 satellite ground terminals throughout Taiwan, but outside experts doubt the ability of the existing satellite infrastructure to fully compensate for the loss of communication over the 14 submarine cables that now connect the island to the nearest mainland. Bandwidth will drop significantly, and it can only be enough for the functioning of the basic infrastructure.