Cable news stories
BW Digital completes acquisition of Hawaiki Submarine Cable
BW Digital has completed its full acquisition of Hawaiki Submarine Cable, with all applicable regulatory filings and approvals now received.
New high-performance cable in the works for Asia
A new high-performance submarine cable is being built to enhance connectivity between Hong Kong, China and Southeast Asia.
Chorus enhances West Coast infrastructure for upgraded telecoms
Chorus has announced the completion of a 250km infrastructure project set to provide the West Coast with upgraded and enhanced telecommunications.
Are New Zealand's sub sea cables a cybersecurity risk?
Submarine cable networks are often perceived as quite an anomaly to some. While they are generally a crucial part of a country's data and communication infrastructure, there is limited knowledge and public perception of the actual technology behind them.
10 Minute IT Jams
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is Fluke Networks?
In this interview, Fluke Networks product marketing manager Mark Mullins explains the company’s role in maintaining critical cabling infrastructure.
Certification, qualification, verification: How to test copper cabling
Copper cabling is by all measures an efficient and preferable means to physically connect devices to networks — however, installation can be a difficult task.
Southern Cross Cables
Southern Cross NEXT submarine cable touches down at Auckland's Takapuna Beach
“Being geographically isolated like we are in New Zealand means there’s never been a greater need to invest in our technology infrastructure," says Minister David Clark.
LinkIQ: Making Ethernet cable testing easier than ever
LinkIQ allows operational technology teams to easily solve network connectivity problems with a streamlined cabling troubleshooting tool.
Hands-on review: The Belkin DuraTek Plus charging cable will outlast your device
Charging cables have one job – and they’re notorious for being bad at it.
Broadband access equipment revenue dips to $2.9B
Dell’Oro Group says that CPE shipments nearly offset another weak quarter for cable infrastructure.
Blupeak scores distie deal with EMPR
This is Blupeaks second distribution deal in under a week as it partners with EMPR to distribute its products across A/NZ.
Google beefs up data center and subsea cable portfolio
Havfrue, which is the Danish word for mermaid, will be built by TE SubCom and is expected to come online by the end of 2019.
NZ-AU subsea cable names data center for U.S point of presence
"The New Zealand business community is excited for all that the Hawaiki cable will provide."
NEC finishes submarine cable construction in Malaysia
Peninsular Malaysia has another connection to Sabah and Sararwak after NEC officially completed its submarine cable this week.
PCCW lands new Asia Africa Europe-1 cable in Hong Kong
"It will further support China’s ‘One Belt One Road’ initiative for all forms of high-speed data services and content applications.”
Building Blocks: Why installation practices make or break your data center
Take a look at a couple of guidelines to follow during cable installation, which will help ensure success and save time in the post-installation.
NEC's fiber transmission capacity test breaks benchmarks
NEC Corporation has successfully conducted the very first transmission capacity of 50.9 terabits on a single optical fiber, over more than 11,000 km.
Colt addresses demand for bandwidth transit between Europe and APAC
Colt’s second POP in Marseille is connected to their IQ Network using the existing Colt-owned metro fibre network.
Global Switch and Trident plan to connect Australia, Indonesia and Singapore
Global Switch recently announced that Trident is to locate Points of Presence within Global Switch’s data centers in Sydney and Singapore.
Hands-on review: MicFlip’s Reversible Micro USB Cable
MicFlip has created the first ever reversible Micro USB, compatible with all Micro USB plugs.
New Perth-Singapore cable on its way
A new Perth to Singapore submarine cable link is expected to bolster capacity and add redundancy as demand for international connectivity increases.
It’s good news for NZ’s internet: Hawaiki announces cable plans
Hawaiki Cable has confirmed it will build a submarine cable linking New Zealand, Australia and the United States.
$70M Kiwi connectivity project set to kick off next month
This month will see a team of specialist submarine cable experts arrive in Raglan, New Zealand, to lay the first section of the TGA undersea cable.
Southern Cross Cable CEO slams "total nonsense" spy claims
"I can tell you quite categorically there is no facility by the NSA, the GCSB or anyone else on the Southern Cross cable network."