New Zealand cable company Hawaiki Cable has carried out an upgrade to its Oregon point-of-interconnect deploying Ciena’s GeoMesh submarine network solution that uses Waveserver Ai stackable interconnect platform to create a more cost-effective link from Hawaii.
Tasmanian electricity transmission and distribution network provider TasNetworks has selected networking systems and services vendor Ciena to address rising bandwidth requirements driven by IoT, 5G and data centre services.
Australian telecommunications company Vocus Group has announced a major step forward in its Future State program with the appointment of Arista Networks, Ciena's Blue Planet and DGIT Systems as partners to deliver the program.
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