The Australia Singapore Cable (ASC), which incurred a cut, has been repaired, with services restored in just 13 days—a process which would normally take months, according to telecommunications company Vocus.
The Vocus Group says its Australian Singapore Cable system is now operating with a total capacity of 60Tbps, 50% more capacity than when it launched.
Binding rules of conduct setting out interim prices for new wholesale transmission services to Christmas Island have been issued by the competition watchdog, the ACCC.
The cable-laying phase of the Australia Singapore Cable system is over, with the final splice having been completed south-east of Singapore.
Laying of the Australia-Singapore subsea cable has commenced, with two ships laying two distinct sections from near Christmas Island to Fremantle, and the other in shallow water between Singapore and Christmas Island.
Christmas Island's local ISP stopped providing services at the beginning of this month, but SpeedCast International has stepped in to fill the gap until NBN services are more widely deployed on the island.
Global satellite services provider for telecommunications operators and ISPs, O3b, is set to deliver trunking services via managed Australian network provider SpeedCast, enabling the first broadband Internet access on Christmas Island.
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