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TPG Telecom and Infinera (NASDAQ: INFN) announced a technology upgrade of TPG Telecom’s submarine cable connecting Australia and Guam to boost cable capacity and improve reliability using Infinera’s ICE6 800G solution.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Independent submarine capacity provider, Southern Cross Cables and Spark NZ, which looks after its cable assets in New Zealand, celebrated a key milestone, landing the New Zealand segment of a new high-capacity cable originating at Takapuna Beach.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

TeleGeography, a global telecommunications market research and consulting firm, has launched its 2021 Submarine Cable Map, sponsored by Telecom Egypt.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Fibre and network solution provider Vocus has completed the building of its 12th fibre cable crossing of Sydney Harbour, providing additional capacity and redundancy for over-the-top service providers and data centre operators.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Tech entrepreneur Bevan Slattery has started a new Australian company called SUB.CO that will shortly commence building the only submarine cable directly connecting continental Australia and the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.

Monday, 11 February 2019 10:43

Sunshine Coast cable landing station build begins

Construction is now underway on the $6.6 million cable landing station, the major land-based facility for the $35 million Sunshine Coast International Broadband Submarine Cable network.

Published in Strategy

Data centre operator NextDC has sealed a deal for APAC network provider Superloop to connect the new Indigo subsea cable system to its data centres in Perth and Sydney.

Published in Data Centres

A new international submarine cable contract has been agreed between Queensland’s Sunshine Coast Council and telecoms network operations company RTI-C Connectivity, with claims the cable will deliver Australia’s fastest telecommunications connection to Asia and second fastest to the US.

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

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
Wednesday, 27 September 2017 23:32

Xtera wins Turnkey Submarine System contract

US-based subsea fibre optic solutions provider Xtera has been awarded a contract by the Defence Information Systems Agency, an agency of the US Department of Defence, to build a new regional submarine cable system.

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

Singtel, SubPartners, and Telstra have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to build a new international submarine cable, APX-West, connecting Perth and Singapore.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Over the past week, connectivity to Apple’s services via Telstra’s networks has been slow, with a full repair not due until 15 October at the earliest.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

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

REANNZ (Research and Education Advanced Network New Zealand Ltd) - the equivalent of Australia's AARNet, has become the first customer on the cable planned by New Zealand company Pacific Fibre to connect Australia and New Zealand to the US West Coast.

Published in Deals

Leighton Contractors' subsidiary Australia-Singapore Cable (International) (ASC) has announced plans to build a fibre optic cable between Perth and Singapore.

Published in Development

Pacific Fibre - the New Zealand company planning to build a submarine cable linking Australia and New Zealand to the US, has appointed the ANZ Bank, Credit Suisse and First NZ Capital to lead fund raising for the $US400m system.

Published in Virtualisation




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