Australia is the biggest video surveillance equipment market in Oceania, more than eight times the market size in the second biggest country, New Zealand, according to a new report by global industry analyst firm IHS Markit.
Australia's fourth biggest telecommunications company Vocus is upgrading core domestic infrastructure to support what it says is the early customer demand for the Australia Singapore Cable, as the project draws closer to being ready for service.
The Australia Singapore Cable network will open the door for a new strategic data route — the Great Southern Route — connecting South East Asia to North America via Australia, according to owner Vocus, when it opens for business in July 2018.
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