The Vocus Group has begun work to lay the part of the 4700-km Coral Sea Cable System that connects Honiara and Sydney, with a ceremony held in the Solomon Islands.
New Zealand telecommunications providers are facing charges for billing customers after contracts finished, with the country’s competition regulator, The Commerce Commission, laying 13 charges against three of the telcos.
The Vocus Group says its Australian Singapore Cable system is now operating with a total capacity of 60Tbps, 50% more capacity than when it launched.
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