New Zealand cable operator Hawaiki Submarine Cable has entered into a multi-million-dollar deal with two other firms to increase the capacity linking Pacific territories and nations to Hawaii and the US mainland.
Hawaiki Submarine Cable has inked an agreement with and Research and Education Advanced Network New Zealand (REANNZ) to provide New Zealand’s peak research network with a crucial boost in international cable capacity and resiliency.
New Zealand submarine cable system operator Hawaiki Submarine Cable has signed a deal with Australian wholesale network provider Anycast Networks whereby the latter will use its year-old cable system as a primary source of capacity between Australia and the US.
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