Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: StrategyiiNet has expanded the capacity it takes on the Southern Cross cable linking Australia, New Zealand and the USA from 20Gbps to 200Gbps.
on 07/24/2012 – Made popular on 07/24/2012
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: MarketPacific Fibre, the New Zealand company hoping to build a submarine cable system linking Australia, New Zealand and the USA has folded after failing to raise the $US400m needed to fund the building of the system.
Pacific Fibre, the New Zealand company that is hoping to build a new submarine cable link from Australia and New Zealand to the USA, has signed a long term binding capacity sale agreement with REANNZ - operator of the New Zealand research and education network - for $NZ91m.
Vodafone New Zealand has signed a 10 year capacity deal to become the third, and largest, customer of Pacific Fibre, the company planning to build a submarine cable network linking Australia, New Zealand and the US West Coast.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: NetworkingTPG subsidiary, Pipe Networks, is to upgrade its PPC-1 Sydney-Guam submarine cable to 100gbps per wavelength operation using Infinera's DTN-X platform, increasing capacity on the cable to more than 3Tbps.
I am currently on metro pcs...it sucks bad here..at least for me...and i am getting tired of their crappy phones....anyways, birthday is coming up, going to be buying a Nexus 4 and I was wondering how the coverage is here in Southern California for T-mo
they seem to be the best option for the N4 and so I figured i'd ask people how the coverage is here in Southern California