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Topic # 65052 28-Jul-2010 16:42
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News report summarised from www.commsday.com.au — international link expected in 2013.

Pacnet, Pacific Fibre to build new Aust-NZ-US cable
 
Pacnet and Pacific Fibre announced a joint plan to build the Pacific Fibre Cable, a new subsea fibre route between Australia, New Zealand and the US at an estimated cost of US$400 million for at least two fibre pairs, initially with 64 wavelengths per pair and 40Gbps per wavelength.
 
Pacnet and Pacific Fibre will both have their own fibre pair on the shared cable contract. They will now select vendors to build the cable.




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  Reply # 358685 29-Jul-2010 19:11
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Oops, freitasm bet me to it (see link below for discussion), my bad. Thought this one had different info but its the same (except I was a bit worried about the copyright notice).

Pacnet joins Pacific Fibre to build Trans-Pacific subsea cable




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