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Basslink back in action after six-month outage
Full diagnosis of cable break yet to come.
Jun 14 2016 6:05AM
Perth - Singapore SeaMeWe3 cable back in action
Repairs on troubled circuit completed.
Nov 19 2015 7:40AM
Perth to Singapore cable woes continue with new break
Restoration time pushed back again.
Nov 3 2015 9:22AM
Microsoft joins European, Asian subsea cable projects
Needs global infrastructure to support cloud services.
May 12 2015 9:50AM
Subsea cable operators moving to 100G
Despite bandwidth demand slowing.
Jan 22 2013 7:21AM
Sydney man charged with damaging Telstra cables
Allegedly accessed up to 20 pits.
Dec 15 2012 1:11PM
Submarine cable operators face US levy
15.7 percent tax on revenues.
Jul 16 2012 6:11AM
Apache Energy awards Balnaves subsea systems
Contract covers 'umbilical' conduits.
Jul 10 2012 5:20PM
Vocus doubles Southern Cross Cables capacity
Releases half-year results.
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DDoS attack on WikiLeaks exceeds 10 Gbps
Second assault launched.
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Report: US hunts Wikileaks founder
Soldier said to have leaked 260,000 classified cables.
Jun 15 2010 7:03AM
Tassie NBN to be delivered on power poles
Tender points to use of overhead cables.
Jul 16 2009 5:38PM
Too much risk in aerial NBN cables: Kelso
Removalists and garbage trucks become enemies of broadband uptime.
Jun 15 2009 2:03PM
Existing cables key part of home networks
Service providers make the most of coaxial and phone wiring.
Jun 5 2008 8:08AM
Undersea cables 'cut by saboteurs'
A United Nations official has warned that some of the recent internet outages affecting the Middle East may have been the work of saboteurs..
Feb 20 2008 8:11AM
Undersea cables 'highly vulnerable'
The recent failure of undersea cables serving the Middle East and North Africa highlights the vulnerability of submarine communications to terrorist and other deliberate attacks..
Feb 12 2008 7:43AM
More network cables cut in Middle East
Less than a week after Egypt lost two-thirds of its international networking cables, two more lines have been cut off the coast of Dubai.
Feb 6 2008 6:15AM
Speedy router to cut gamers’ cables
Gamers will soon be able to play wirelessly, with a new triband router that can run five times faster than traditional devices, according to manufacturer Ubicom.
Jun 3 2004 12:00AM
Damaged cables could cost Telstra $110M
Nov 20 2002 12:00AM
Property sector cuts the cables
Jan 1 2000 12:00AM
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