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  Friday August 3, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Good afternoon,

The collapse this week of Pacific Fibre's proposal to link Australia and New Zealand directly with the US has caused local ISPs to reconsider their future bandwidth needs. For New Zealand, however, the collapse could come at a significantly greater cost.

And the US Government has issued vehement opposition to the United Nations' contentious proposals for international telecommunications regulation.

Have a great weekend!

-- James Hutchinson


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Unanimously passes resolution.
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By James Hutchinson | Jul 31, 2012
NSN, Huawei nab lion's share of contracts.
Pacific Fibre folds, submarine cable plans scrapped Pacific Fibre folds, submarine cable plans scrapped
By Juha Saarinen | Aug 1, 2012
Southern Cross confirms no pricing changes.
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