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Hawaiki is a new fibre optic cable linking Australia, New Zealand, American Samoa, Hawaii and the US West Coast. Being carrier-neutral and independently owned, it offers many service and cost benefits for Telcos, ISPs, Cloud service providers and others. Amazon, Vodafone and REANNZ are already experiencing the Hawaiki advantage. And with an unrivalled 67 Tbps of design capacity, there’s plenty of room for you to join them.
Hawaiki is a 15,000 km telecommunication cable connecting 356 million consumers in Australia, New Zealand, American Samoa, Hawaii and continental United States.
It’s the largest and fastest link between Australasia and the USA, with branching units in place to connect the Pacific Islands of New Caledonia, Fiji and Tonga.
Commercial operations started in July 2018, and with a guaranteed design life of 25 years, Hawaiki will be in service until at least 2043.
As the provider of the largest and fastest link between Australasia and the United States, we recognise our customers’ need for innovative capacity solutions which have a faster time to market and improve revenue generation.
Customers can choose from a large granularity of capacity products, including 1Gb, 10Gb and 100Gb, and scalable services over 200G and 250G wavelengths.
Hawaiki delivers greater connectivity, diverse paths and competitive pricing on the following routes:
Hawaiki customers are assured of the highest performance levels and service standards thanks to our state-of-the-art Network Operations Centre (NOC). The NOC provides the best possible network status visibility through continuous surveillance, analysis and reporting. It also gives our customers 24-hour support, 365 days a year.
Our A-NOC is based in two locations, Auckland New Zealand and Sydney Australia, which ensures optimal redundancy. And to provide an extra layer of operational security, we have a back-up Network Operations Centre (B-NOC) located in Eatontown NJ, on the US East Coast.
Reliability, security and customer satisfaction are our top priorities. So Hawaiki is part of two cable maintenance agreements to ensure the long-term viability of our subsea network: