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Pacific Fibre signs cable deal - with a kick in the tail


US company TE Subcom promises to double capacity - pushing Pacific Fibre ahead of the 50% Telecom-owned Southern Cross Cable in the bandwdith war.

Chris Keall
Mon, 18 Jul 2011

Pacific Fibre has signed US company Tyco Electronics Subsea Communications (aka TE Subcom) as its partner in its bid to build a cable between Auckland, Sydney and LA.

The deal was sealed in Sydney at a ceremony overseen by US Ambassador to Australia Jeffrey Bleich.

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Chris Keall
Mon, 18 Jul 2011
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