Telstra says it has launched a new service on its busiest subsea cable routes in Asia, to ensure continuous connections. The service has been started in collaboration with Ericsson and Ciena.
International bandwidth provider Southern Cross Cables has deployed network strategy and technology company Ciena's WaveLogic Ai tunable coherent optics and the 6500 T-series to cope with the increased demand for connectivity.
Southern Cross Cables Network has significantly enhanced the scale, programmability and intelligence of its network by deploying Ciena’s WaveLogic Ai tunable coherent optics and the 6500 T-series solutions.
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