Published September 24, 2018
Technology upgrade will increase Hawaiki’s total design capacity to 67 terabits per second between Australia, New Zealand and, the U.S.
AUCKLAND, New Zealand, HANOVER, Md., USA and SUNTEC CITY, Singapore – September 24, 2018
With nearly 99 percent of transoceanic data traffic traversing undersea cables, it is imperative for network operators to ensure their submarine cable investments remain capable of meeting their customers’ bandwidth needs. To address this challenge, Hawaiki Submarine Cable LP, a new entrant in the telecommunications market, selected Ciena’s (NYSE: CIEN) GeoMesh Extreme solution based on Waveserver Ai and various packet-optical networking platforms to deliver unprecedented connectivity to Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands, and the United States.
Hawaiki Submarine Cable LP, headquartered in Auckland, New Zealand, is the owner and developer of the Hawaiki submarine cable system (Hawaiki). Hawaiki is a carrier-neutral submarine cable linking Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii and Oregon, on the U.S. west coast. For more information, visit www.hawaiki.co.nz
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