Independent telecommunications challenger, Hawaiki Submarine Cable LP, today commenced commercial operations for its 15,000km fibre optic deep-sea cable linking Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific and United States.
Hawaiki Transpacific Cable has reached its final landing in American Samoa, and with the cable "on schedule to be ready-for-service June 2018", we're told that Pacific nations will "soon enjoy powerful e-health and e-learning services".
The laying of the Hawaiki cable system from Sydney and then across the Pacific Ocean is poised to get underway, with more than 6500km of undersea fibre-optic cable on board the TE Subcom cable ship Responder berthed in the harbour city.
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