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Fibre
Vocus ASC set to support Indonesian information infrastructure
“Indonesia is soon to be a key hub in the middle of these traffic flows, rather than an end-point of the region’s fibre optic networks.”
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SDN & NFV
PCCW Global restores global undersea cable connectivity via online portal
Despite submarine cables being an essential component of an international network, they are vulnerable to lengthy service outages.
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Sealegs Corp
Plans for $350m cable project in motion following successful seabed survey
“People don’t realise that delivering a submarine cable is among the most critical infrastructure projects on the planet."
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Undersea cable
SubCom wins agreement to monitor 51,000 km of south pacific cable
SubCom will monitor around 28 million miles of territory to maintain more than 51,000 km of cable.
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Undersea cable
It's official - Hong Kong cable construction has commenced
"Hong Kong is already an important interconnection point for undersea cables, and Guam is emerging as a key telecommunications hub.”
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Cloud
HKT to build fiber 'super highway' to help Hong Kong become Asia's data center hub
HKT is planning to build a super high capacity fiber optic cable linking the Tseung Kwan O Industrial Estate to Chai Wan in Hong Kong.
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Undersea cable
PCCW chooses Dijbouti Data Center to connect AAE-1 undersea cable
Hong Kong telco PCCW Global has chosen an African data center to further colocation and undersea fibre networks in Asia, Africa, Middle East & Europe.
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NTT Communications
NTT Communications opens gateway into Asia Pacific with new undersea network cable
NTT Communications' Asia Pacific Gateway was launched last week, bringing together Asian countries through a high-bandwidth optical submarine cable.
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Vodafone
Pit stop in Auckland for undersea cable ship en route to Tasman Sea
"This is an exciting project that will meet the future international bandwidth requirements for New Zealand consumers and businesses alike."