Pacific Fibre - the New Zealand company planning to build a submarine cable linking Australia, New Zealand and the USA, has signed a contract with TE SubCom (formerly Tyco Submarine Systems) to build the 12,750km system.
Pacific Fibre, the New Zealand company that is hoping to build a new submarine cable link from Australia and New Zealand to the USA, has signed a long term binding capacity sale agreement with REANNZ - operator of the New Zealand research and education network - for $NZ91m.
Southern Cross Cable has announced plans to upgrade its network from 10Gbps per wavelength to 40Gbps in 2012 and says it has successfully trialled prototype 100Gbps transmission equipment.
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