Hawaiki Cable news stories - Page 2
It’s good news for NZ’s internet: Hawaiki announces cable plans
Hawaiki Cable has confirmed it will build a submarine cable linking 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.
Are retail broadband prices set to drop further?
Are there any changes that could further reduce retail broadband prices in New Zealand?
Hawaiki calls on French bank to secure equity for new cable
Hawaiki Cable has appointed French bank Natixis to secure the remaining equity to fund new cable, with plans for work on the cable to begin this year.
Northland Inc welcomes announcements on ultra-fast broadband rollout
These announcements combined with the proposed Hawaiki cable landing in Whangarei provide Northland with a fantastic opportunity to create employment.
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..."
Internet Party: Second cable "critical" for NZ's digital future
"If prices for international Internet traffic don’t come down, New Zealand can’t grow in a digital age."
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.
NZET Podcast #26: Glacier the tip of the iceberg.
NZ Enterprise Tech Podcast #26: Glacier the tip of the iceberg.
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.
US side of Hawaiki Cable secured
Owner and developer of Hawaiki submarine cable system signs turnkey supply and installation contract with US submarine cable vendor TE SubCom.
Orcon chooses Hawaiki for trans-Pacific cable capacity
New Zealand ISP signs letter of intent with submarine cable group Hawaiki Cable Ltd, confirming its intention to acquire international bandwidth on the ANZ/US segments of the Hawaiki submarine cable system.
New US$350m fibre optic cable heads to Northland
Northland set to score a major technological and economic coup with US$350m undersea cable deal with Hawaiki, coming ashore in Whangerai.
Hawaiki promises Pacific cable link
Hawaiki Cable has publicly emerged as the latest player promising to build a trans-Pacific fibre optic cable after its plans were aired at last month's Polynesian Leaders' Group meeting.