Alcatel-Lucent in partnership with the Technip Samsung Consortium (TSC) has won a contract to provide the communications system for Shell's new Prelude 'floating liquefied natural gas' planned for waters off Western Australia.
iiNet has expanded the capacity it takes on the Southern Cross cable linking Australia, New Zealand and the USA from 20Gbps to 200Gbps.
Japan-US Cable -part owned by Telstra - is to upgrade the full 23,000kms of its trans-Pacific network from 10Gbps per wavelength to 100Gbps per wavelength -using technology from Ciena - and increasing capacity fivefold.
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Latter, slower, expensive & defective
Why does King Canute come to mind ?