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Displaying items by tag: Pipe Networks

Tuesday, 02 December 2008 03:42

Funding problem sinks Pipe Networks sub cable

Pipe Networks ambitious plan to build a submarine cable between Sydney and Guam is on hold after negotiations with financial backers collapsed.

Published in Networking
Tuesday, 16 September 2008 09:55

US Gov't OK's Pipe's submarine cable to land in Guam

Pipe Networks has cleared one of the last major hurdles in its plan to build an optic fibre network between Sydney, Guam and Papua New Guinea with the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) granting it landing rights in Guam.

Published in Networking
Optus has suffered simultaneous outages on both its optic fibre cables linking Brisbane and Sydney causing major disruption to fixed and mobile voice and data traffic, and Internet access.

Published in Networking
Wednesday, 09 July 2008 06:04

Pipe's submarine cable: it's all good news

Pipe Networks says it is ahead of schedule on several key aspects of its submarine cable to Guam; there is the possibility of a number of additional significant capacity sales; and the system could end up being worth more than its build cost.

Published in Networking
Pipe Networks has launched a blog site on its project to build its PPC-1 submarine cable link from Sydney to Guam, promising to be "as honest and as open as we can during the project and [to] keep you updated with the highs and lows of the project."

Published in Networking
Only weeks after committing to build PPC-1, its planned submarine cable link from Sydney to Guam , Pipe Networks (ASX: PWK) has announced preliminary plans for a second cable connecting Australia to New Zealand to be build in conjunction with New Zealand communications and broadcast networks provider Kordia Group.

Published in Networking
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