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PacketFabric lands in Equinix's Sydney data centre
PacketFabric will deliver its services via the Hawaiki Transpacific Cable System, which connects Australia, New Zealand, and the United States’ west coast.
Hawaiki opens new subsea route to the US with direct access to LA
The new route completes Hawaiki’s existing links to the United States.
Trustpower selects Hawaiki as key connectivity partner
This deal is the latest in a series of commercial wins for Hawaiki.
Hawaiki expands US point-of-presence to Seattle
The Hawaiki submarine cable that connects Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands and Hawaii to the United States now has a new point of presence in Seattle.
Hawaiki cable accelerates NZ/US collaboration
The REANNZ Hawaiki cable capacity has successfully transferred 37 million files across the Pacific Ocean, revealing massive potential.
Hawaiki cable connecting the US and the Pacific gets turbo boost
Following a partnership with Ciena, the subsea cable's transmission speeds have increased 53 percent.
Subsea cable connecting the U.S. and A/NZ opens for business
Competition is opening up in the Internet traffic market with this being the first high speed connection to NZ that Spark doesn't have a stake in.
NZ-AU subsea cable names data center for U.S point of presence
"The New Zealand business community is excited for all that the Hawaiki cable will provide."
On track and on time: Hawaiki undersea cable route survey completed
The route survey for the long-awaited Hawaiki cable has now been completed, and details have been revealed about how far production has progressed.
Mangawhai to Sydney to mainland USA - NZ's fourth international cable on its way
“New Zealand’s demand for data is ever-increasing, and international connectivity is critical for our economy."
Marine survey route commences ahead of Hawaiki Cable's planned 2018 completion
The builders of the Hawaiki undersea cable and supply contractor have launched a marine route survey that will help set cable deployment in motion.
Amazon Web Services secures capacity in Hawaiki cable
Amazon Web Services has purchased capacity in the new Hawaiki submarine cable that will link New Zealand, Australia and the United States.
South Pacific undersea cable market heating up
Big news this week as we learned of a third undersea cable, the Moana, which will be built by Alcatel-Lucent and will connect NZ to Hawaii.
Patience pays dividends as Hawaiki selects Cable Landing Station
"We have great expectations for our Hawaiʻi landing station and took our time to select the best partner."
Redundancy - How will a new international cable benefit NZ?
DTS CEO Brendan Ritchie writes the third of his three part series of posts on the subject of the additional undersea cables planned for New Zealand in
Pricing: How will a new international cable benefit NZ?
DTS CEO Brendan Ritchie writes the second of his three part series of posts on the subject of the additional undersea cables planned for New Zealand i
How will a new international cable benefit NZ?
DTS CEO Brendan Ritchie writes the first of his three part series of posts on the subject of the additional undersea cables planned for New Zealand in
Green Party piggy-backs Govt's $65m internet cable plans
"The ICT sector is a key component of our vision for a smart green economy..."
Govt delight as $65m international cable gets green light...
"This agreement is an important step towards gaining a second international cable serving New Zealand."
NZ boost as trans-Pacific cable seals multi-million dollar capacity deal
"Research, education and innovation are the seeds of New Zealand’s future economic growth..."
New Hawaiki Cable contract set to increase capacity
Vibe Communications, an Auckland based telecommunications provider, has this week agreed to buy capacity on the proposed new Hawaiki Cable system linking New Zealand with the west coast of America, Australia and a number of Pacific Islands.
Hawaiki Cable secures US landing site
The New Zealand owner and developer of Hawaiki submarine cable system will land its proposed 14,000 km trans-Pacific cable in Oregon, USA.
iiNet chooses Hawaiki cable for Oz-US fibre capacity
iiNet Limited confirms intention to acquire fibre capacity on the Australia-US segment of the Hawaiki submarine cable system.
Voyager chooses Hawaiki for trans-Pacific cable
New Zealand ISP Voyager confirms intention to acquire international bandwidth on the trans-Tasman and trans-Pacific segments of the Hawaiki submarine cable system.