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About CAT telecom public company limited

  • Corporate Info

    Register on 14 August 2003, CAT Telecom Public Company Limited was corporatised from the Communications Authority of Thailand under the Corporatisation Act B.E. 2542. All business, rights and obligations, assets and liabilities related to telecommunication of the Communications Authority of Thailand were transferred to the newly established CAT to ensure the seamless Continuity of operations and service provision.

Company Overview

Legal Status :

Legal entity registered under the Public Companies Limited Act B.E.2535

 

Registration Number :

0107546000229

 

Type of Business :

Operate and deliver telecommunications and other related services to customers domestically, Internaionally and overseas

 

Paid – Up Capital :

Baht 10,000,000,000 (ten billion Baht)

 

Type and Total :

1,000,000,000 ordinary shares (one billion shares) number of shares

 

Par Value : Baht 10 per share (ten Baht)

 

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With 100 percent stake of its share capital held by the Ministry of Finance, CAT still maintains the status of a state-owned enterprise.

Vision

  • Be  the  national  leading  digital and telecommunications service provider

 

Mission

  • Reform the organization to increase performance and to support the government on the nation's digital services. 
  • Develop and explore digital and telecommunications services by introducing novel technologies and innovations that match customers needs.
  • Continuously expand customer base and deliver good service experience.
  • Create appropriate returns to stakeholders while supporting government policies and having social responsibility commitment.

Service standards and awards

Organization Structure

Network System

Satellite Telecommunication System

CAT provides different kinds of satellite telecommunication services throughout Thailand as well as in other countries all over the world, such as the satellite television broadcasting service, the high speed circuit service, and international call service.  At the present time, CAT is capable of providing satellite telecommunication services either domestically or internationally, such as THAICOM, ABS, ASIASAT, MEASAT, VIANASAT, PALAPA, AGILA, INTELSAT, and NSS.


In addition, CAT also provides mobile satellite broadcasting services. These enable the live-broadcasting for international sport events, such as SEA GAMES, golf, football and other sport events requested by customers; international conference broadcasting services, such as ASEAN conference, broadcasting news of various leaders of other nations visiting Thailand; broadcasting news for foreign news agencies- CNN, NHK, Asia works; as well as communication for helping people in the areas experiencing different disasters.
Satellite Stations

CAT has 3 satellite telecommunication stations for providing services both domestically and internally, to include:

Sri Racha Satellite Station: The Sri Racha Satellite Station is located at Tung Sukla Sub-District, Sri Racha District, Chon Buri Province. This is the first satellite station of Thailand. It started providing international telecommunication services in 1968.

Nonthaburi Satellite Station: Nonthaburi Satellite Station is located at Muang District, Nonthaburi Province.   It started providing international telecommunication services in 1998. This station has been guaranteed in accordance with the ISO 9001 standard certification for satellite television broadcasting and high speed data transmission service.
         
Sirinthorn Satellite Station: Sirinthorn Satellite Station is located at Sirinthorn District, Ubon Rachathanee Province. It was established to enhance the capability and the readiness of Thailand in order to be a telecommunication hub in Southeast Asia. This station started providing international telecommunication services in 2000.

Communication System via Land Signal Transmission System

Nowadays, CAT has the land optical fiber signal transmission network for connecting domestic signal transmission networks and for data transmission service stations/internet.  The entire distance is approximately 32,000 kilometers covering both the central area and the provincial areas throughout the country, including district areas and some sub-district areas.  Moreover, it connects our neighboring countries: Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, and Malaysia for serving the AEC.

With the Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing – DWDM technology, which can now transmit signal with the speed of over 100 Gbbs, and the ASON technology, which can cope with the multi-failure occurred to the implements and the cables, they will enable the land optical fiber   signal transmission network to serve the DWDM work.  They also have high reliability and can provide various classes of services to meet with the requirements of different customers. Besides, the Next Generation Synchronous Digital Hierarchy – SDH technology which is used to provide the DWDM Leased Circuit; and the Ethernet Circuit, are capable of providing services to the high band width with high stability and efficiency.  Now, the DWDM system is the main basic system for providing different CAT services, to include the telephone service, the MY mobile telephone service, the data transmission service, and the internet service.

Communication System via Submarine Optical Fiber Cable
CAT has invested in constructing different submarine optical fiber cable systems both domestically and internationally for serving the overall telecommunication items, for acting as the international Gateway for international communication, and for serving as the main as well as the reserved telecommunication systems along with the satellite communication. So far, CAT has the submarine fiber optic cables created by CAT itself. The followings are the sites where the cables get ashore in Thailand.

International Submarine Optical Fiber Cable System

APG (Asia Pacific Gateway): The APG submarine cable system is the submarine optical fiber cable system which connects South East Asia to East Asia. The countries where the cables get ashore include Korea, Japan, Taiwan, China, the Hong Kong Special Administration Area, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore. The site where the cable gets ashore in Thailand is located at the Chalee-2 Submarine Cable Station in Songkhla Province. The system started to provide services in December 2016.

AAG (Asia America Gateway):  The AAG submarine cable system is the submarine optical fiber cable system which connects South East Asia to the west coast of the USA. The counties where the cables get ashore include Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Brunei, Vietnam, the Philippines, the Hong Kong Special Administration Area, Guam Island, Hawaii State and California State in the USA. The site where the cable gets ashore in Thailand is located at the Chalee-3 Submarine Cable Station in Chonburi Province. The system started to provide international telecommunication services in November 2009.

SMW 4 (Southeast Asia-Middle East- Western Europe 4: SEA-ME-WE 4): The SMW 4 submarine cable system is the submarine optical fiber cable system which connects different countries in Europe to South East Asia. The 14 countries where the cables get ashore include France, Algeria, Tunisia, Italy, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand. The site where the cable gets ashore in Thailand is located at the Chalee-4 Submarine Cable Station in Satun Province. The system started to provide international telecommunication services in November 2005.

TIS (Thailand Indonesia Singapore): The TIS submarine cable system is the submarine optical fiber cable system which connects 3 continents, to include Thailand, Indonesia, and Singapore. The site where the cable gets ashore in Thailand is located at the Chalee-2 Submarine Cable Station in Songkhla Province. The system started to provide international telecommunication services in November 2003.

SMW 3 (Southeast Asia-Middle East- Western Europe 3: SEA-ME-WE 3): The SMW 3 submarine cable system is the submarine optical fiber cable system which connects 4 continents, to include Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia. There are 39 sites where the cables get ashore in 33 countries, to include Germany, Belgium, England, France, Portugal, Morocco, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Cyprus, Djibouti, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Vietnam, Australia, Indonesia, the Philippines, the Macao Special Administration Area, the Hong Kong Administration Area, Taiwan, China, Korea, and Japan. The SMW 3 submarine cable system is the longest submarine cable system. It is approximately 39,000 kilometers long. The site where the cable gets ashore in Thailand is located at the Chalee-4 Submarine Cable Station in Satun Province. The system started to provide international telecommunication services in August 1999.

FLAG (Fiber Optic Link Around the Globe): The FLAG submarine cable system is the submarine optical fiber cable system which connects Far East Asia to Europe. The countries where the cables get ashore include England, Spain, Italy, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, India, Malaysia, Thailand, the Hong Kong Special Administration Area, China, Korea, and Japan. The site where the cable gets ashore in Thailand is located at the Chalee-2 Submarine Cable Station in Songkhla Province. The system started to provide international telecommunication services in November 1997.

 

Domestic Submarine Optical Fiber System

DSCN (Domestic Submarine Cable Network): The Domestic Submarine Cable Network – DSCN is the domestic optical fiber cable network. There are 5 sites where the cables get ashore, to include: the Chalee-1 Submarine Cable Station in Phetburi Province; the Chalee-2 Submarine Cable Station in Songkhla Province; the Chalee-3 Submarine Cable Station in Chonburi Province; and the Chalee-5 Submarine Cable Station in Chumphon Province. The Koh Samui Telecommunication Station started to provide telecommunication services in May 2001.

CSN (CAT Submarine Network): The CAT Submarine Network – CSN is the submarine optical fiber cable system which is used for linking the Chalee-2 Submarine Cable Station in Songkhla Province, and the Chalee-3 Submarine Cable Station in Chonburi Province. With the 11 exploration and production platforms and the Branching Unit, the system started to provide telecommunication services in the first quarter of 2013.

Submarine Cable Stations: CAT constructed 5 submarine cable stations, to include:

  • The Chalee-1 Submarine Cable Station – Phetburi Province
  • The Chalee-2 Submarine Cable Station – Songkhla Province
  • The Chalee-3 Submarine Cable Station – Chonburi Province
  • The Chalee-4 Submarine Cable Station – Satun Province
  • The Chalee-5 Submarine Cable Station – Chumphon Province
Government Relations

Documents Related to Organization

Good Corporate Governance :

Code of Ethics

Rules of Good Corporate Governance

Charter of the Good Corporate Governance and Activity Enhancement Committee

Good Corporate Governance Activities

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Operational Result according to Operational Plan
CAT Business Continuity Plan - CAT BCP :

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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