A Sunshine Coast family-based business, Auscom, has been awarded a $1 million contract to provide a key part of the International Broadband Submarine Cable Network.
Installation of the INDIGO Central subsea cable is due to be completed in early December, and will provide a “new and unique” subsea communications link between Sydney and Perth.
A new international submarine cable contract has been agreed between Queensland’s Sunshine Coast Council and telecoms network operations company RTI-C Connectivity, with claims the cable will deliver Australia’s fastest telecommunications connection to Asia and second fastest to the US.
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