undersea

Next-gen telco chip to speed up submarine links

Next-gen telco chip to speed up submarine links

Coherent system to overcome fibre bandwidth limits.
Aug 26 2011 11:55AM
Pacnet joins $447m Sydney-US undersea cable

Pacnet joins $447m Sydney-US undersea cable

More than $300m shaved off build.
Jul 28 2010 3:21PM
Southern Cross trials 40Gbps Nortel kit

Southern Cross trials 40Gbps Nortel kit

Eyes fourfold bandwidth increase without undersea upgrades.
Aug 13 2009 2:52PM
Researchers look to rocks for Aussie internet cable risks

Researchers look to rocks for Aussie internet cable risks

Australian researchers are hoping to examine the sediment layers in Hawaii’s geological landscape to more accurately predict tsunami risks to submarine cables that route 70 per cent of local web traffic daily.
May 1 2009 3:02PM
Telstra under fire over response to Tassie outage

Telstra under fire over response to Tassie outage

Internode has slammed Telstra’s technical response to a major outage on its Tasmanian wholesale cable overnight, which left the ISP's customers without service for 12 hours.
Apr 21 2009 2:36PM
Internode to run Basslink backup on Telstra backhaul

Internode to run Basslink backup on Telstra backhaul

Telstra could be an unlikely beneficiary of the Basslink cable after it emerged the new fibre operator will run out-of-band network management over a back-up network supplied by ISP Internode.
Apr 1 2009 9:20AM
Two held over undersea cable damage

Two held over undersea cable damage

Two ships have been impounded in Dubai after satellite images indicated that they may have been responsible for the damage to undersea cables which left large parts of the Middle East without proper internet access..
Apr 15 2008 7:17AM
Undersea cables 'cut by saboteurs'

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'

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 “bang for buck” for ISPs who jump aboard new undersea cable

More “bang for buck” for ISPs who jump aboard new undersea cable

Internode, iiNet and iPrimus have all jumped aboard PIPE Network’s new $200 million undersea high-speed cable, announcing they will use it to route up to 60 percent of their total Internet traffic and increase customer data allowances.
Jan 15 2008 2:30PM
PIPE Network undersea cable to boost Australian broadband

PIPE Network undersea cable to boost Australian broadband

Australians are set for faster, cheaper internet access with the announcement of a $200 million submarine cable link to Guam.
Jan 14 2008 3:15PM

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