Huawei Marine Networks has completed a 6,000 km transatlantic fibre optic subsea cable linking Brazil to Cameroon. The firm said the South Atlantic Inter Link (SAIL) consortium announced that for the first time, two continents -Africa and South America – in… Read More ›
Some of the latest key organisations joining the line-up of Submarine Networks World in Singapore (24-25 September, Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre) include Singtel, Facebook and SAEx. The event – where Telecom Times will be a media partner – is the key… Read More ›
Hawaiki Submarine Cable has kicked off commercial operations for its 15,000 km fibre optic deep-sea cable linking Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific and United States. The US$300 million Hawaiki Submarine Cable System will deliver 43 terabits of additional capacity –… Read More ›
Boston-based submarine fiber optic cable specialist Seaborn Networks has announced the addition of former Microsoft director Mehmet Akcin to its Board of Advisors. The firm billed Akcin as one of Silicon Valley’s most innovative engineering executives, with 15 years of… Read More ›
The Vocus-owned Australia Singapore Cable will be accessible in Equinix’s International Business Exchange data centres in Singapore as well as in six Australian metros, including the Cable Landing Station in Perth and several points of presence in Sydney and Melbourne…. Read More ›
Telstra has expanded its ‘Always On’ network service to provide more bandwidth choices and lower latency on the Hong Kong to Singapore and Japan to Hong Kongsubsea cable routes.
Boston-based developer-owner-operator of subsea fibre optic cable systems Seaborn Networks has appointed David Zimmer as its chief sales officer and Jim Olson as VP of corporate development
Final testing of the Hawaiki Cable is about to begin, with the last splice of the 15,000km high-capacity cable made this week and the cable on track to be in service commercially next month.
Hawaiki Cable Limited, the Auckland-based company working on the construction of the Transpacific Cable System, has signalled the successful landing of the cable in Tafuna, American Samoa. “This is another great milestone and a fantastic achievement for the team,” said Hawaiki… Read More ›
3rd Singapore Maritime Technology Conference (SMTC) 24 – 26 April 2018, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore The 3rd Singapore Maritime Technology Conference and Exhibition (SMTC) 2018 is organised by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore and will be held in… Read More ›
The build of the Vocus Communications Australia Singapore Cable – a 4,600km submarine cable system linking Perth, Western Australia to Singapore, via Jakarta, Indonesia – has now started, with the cable being laid in two sections, using two ships.
Ciena is stepping up its push to capitalize on its dominant position in what it tips as “the hot submarine cable upgrade market in Asia-Pacific,” and is eying network expansion opportunities around new projects such as the Australia-Singapore Cable rollout. Ciena’s Senior Director… Read More ›