Hawaiki unveils new 3D learning platform in American Samoa

American Samoan learning institution ASCC has switched on a new digital platform, running on Hawaiki’s trans-Pacific submarine cable, that will stream 3D holograms of academics delivering classes remotely and allow them to interact with students in real-time. The collaboration, which includes technology and education partners such as Hawaiki Submarine Cable (Hawaiki), American Samoa Telecommunications Authority (ASTCA), American Samoa Community College (ASCC), University of Hawaii (UH) and ARHT Media, … Continue reading Hawaiki unveils new 3D learning platform in American Samoa

Hawaiki beefs up cross-Pacific sub cable capacity with Ciena’s WaveLogic Ai tech

Hawaiki Submarine Cable has picked Ciena to ramp up connectivity of its cross-Pacific submarine cable linking Australia, New Zealand and the US. According to Hawaiki – which announced the move at Submarine Networks World event in Singapore – the technology upgrade will increase the submarine link’s total design capacity to 67 terabits per second. “Our collaboration with Ciena will allow us to both scale our infrastructure … Continue reading Hawaiki beefs up cross-Pacific sub cable capacity with Ciena’s WaveLogic Ai tech

HAWAIKI: TRANSPACIFIC CABLE READY-FOR-SERVICE

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 – several times the current levels of Australia and New Zealand combined – on a fully diverse subsea route. “This 25-year transoceanic infrastructure opens the door … Continue reading HAWAIKI: TRANSPACIFIC CABLE READY-FOR-SERVICE

Hawaiki cable lands in Tafuna, American Samoa

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 Cable CEO Rémi Galasso. “Hawaiki will provide American Samoa with 200Gbps of international bandwidth that will be accessible through the brand new FTTH network of … Continue reading Hawaiki cable lands in Tafuna, American Samoa