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Displaying items by tag: Submarine cable networks

Wednesday, 13 January 2021 22:36

Southern Cross picks SES to bridge cable upgrade

Southern Cross Cables is using SES Networks' O3b satellite constellation to improve communications between Nukunonu of Tokelau, Kiritimati Island of Kiribati and the rest of the world while it upgrades the Southern Cross undersea cable network.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The carrier-neutral Hawaiki submarine cable system connecting Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia, American Samoa, Hawaii and Oregon in the US is set for final testing before its June 2018 service start.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Vocus Communications has officially launched the submarine cable between Australia and Singapore in Indonesia with partner company XL Axiata.

A new 15,000km transpacific submarine cable dubbed Hawaiki has launched, with the videos of the press event and subsequent "Responder" cable laying ship tour, definitely worth watching!

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Tuesday, 17 January 2017 10:01

Megaport announces new international links

Interconnect specialist Megaport has announced new links for Hong Kong.

Published in Networking

The Samoa Submarine Cable Company has inked a turnkey contract with Alcatel-Lucent Submarine Networks (ASN) to roll out a new submarine cable system connecting Samoa to Fiji.

Published in Deals

Huawei and Huawei Marine have successfully hosted the 2nd Asia Pacific Submarine Networks Forum in Singapore, discussing the challenges of mapping a better connected area through submarine cable systems.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Huawei Marine, a joint venture company established by Chinese telco giant Huawei and Global Marine Systems, has been contracted to help build a national broadband transmission network to provide telecommunications services to major coastal  centres and islands in Papua New Guinea.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The Southern Cross Trans-Pacific Optical Research Testbed (SXTransPORT) dual submarine optical fibre links between Sydney and North America have been upgraded to 100Gbps.

New Zealand cable company Hawaiki Cable and SIL Long Term Holdings, the investment vehicle of Sir Eion Edgar, have signed an agreement to build the Hawaiki submarine cable system.

Published in Deals

I haven’t personally noticed any slowdown in my Internet today, but if you have and you’re a direct or indirect iiNet customer, a cut submarine cable is the cause of your slow web woes.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 20 June 2014 09:40

Vocus buys stake in Sea-Me-We 3 cable

Listed telecommunications provider Vocus Communications has purchased Telecom New Zealand's share of a cable connecting Perth and Singapore.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Asian regional submarine cable network and data centre operator Pacnet is to shed a third of its global workforce to save $US30m a year and will shed its residential ISP business and its wholesale voice business under a strategic transformation plan.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 08 December 2009 06:07

PIPE picks Equinix for Sydney interconnect

PIPE International has chosen Equinix' Sydney-1 International Business Exchange as the the interconnection point for the Sydney end of its PPC-1 undersea cable.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 15 October 2009 06:47

Tata Comms taps into Pipe's PPC-1 cable

Tata Communications is now providing  international capacity to and from Australia via Pipe Networks' newly-opened PPC-1 cable system which interconnects with Tata's global submarine cable network in Guam.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 05 October 2009 02:32

Australia-Japan Cable completes refinancing

Australia Japan Cable (AJC) - the 12,700km submarine link between Australia and Japan, says it has "successfully completed its refinancing, assuring its viability into the future."

Published in Strategy
Internode has become the first customer to test Pipe Networks' new PPC-1 fibre-optic cable, ahead of its official launch and is promising to revise its access plans to reflect PPC-1's lower connection costs to the US.

Published in Strategy
Australia Japan Cable (AJC) and Pacific Crossing have launched a gigabit ethernet service across their respective networks for carrier, enterprise, and ISP customers wanting connectivity between Australia and North America.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 24 August 2009 07:51

Pipe Networks lights its PPC-1 submarine cable

Pipe Networks has successfully transmitted light from Sydney to Guam across its just-installed PPC-1 submarine cable.

Published in Strategy
Nortel has successfully demonstrated its DWDM optical transmission technology that it able to deliver 40Gbps per wavelength over the 8000kms of the Southern Cross Cable system between Auckland and Hawaii.

Published in Strategy
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