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Topic # 195082 5-Apr-2016 21:06
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http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/04/04/hawaiki_cable_to_go_ahead_with_us300_million_aunzus_build/

 

 

 

This is pretty good news. I'm hoping @BigPipe will buy lots of bandwidth from them when it is available!


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  Reply # 1526541 5-Apr-2016 21:08
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  Reply # 1526542 5-Apr-2016 21:10
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There is also another cable getting laid right now between NZ and OZ where alot of NZ content is delivered from

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  Reply # 1526545 5-Apr-2016 21:12
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johnr: There is also another cable getting laid right now between NZ and OZ where alot of NZ content is delivered from

 

 

 

When is it expected to be finished?








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  Reply # 1526552 5-Apr-2016 21:15
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Not too far away the landing station is all built, Must be in the next few months (guessing)

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  Reply # 1526555 5-Apr-2016 21:16
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solaybro:

 

johnr: There is also another cable getting laid right now between NZ and OZ where alot of NZ content is delivered from

 

 

 

When is it expected to be finished?

 

 

The TGA cable is expected to be built and providing data traffic by July.


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