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ASN to Deploy Second New Caledonia Submarine Cable

OPT-NC to Deploy Its Second Submarine Cable and Secure All International and Domestic Communications of New Caledonia ASN Press Release June 16, 2020 Paris, France – OPT-NC (Office des Postes et Télécommunications de Nouvelle-Calédonie) has selected the proposal of Alcatel Submarine Networks (ASN) to build and deploy its second submarine cable. For this project, ASN [...]

2020-06-17T10:03:32-04:00June 17th, 2020|Categories: Future Systems|Tags: , , , , , , |

OPT Awards Contracts to ASN and Intelia

OPT New Caledonia Awards contracts to ASN and Intelia By Telecompaper April 23, 2020 OPT New Caledonia (OPT-NC) has selected ASN (Alcatel Submarine Network) for the construction and installation of the Gondwana-2 subsea cable linking New Caledonia to Fiji. The operator launched the tender process for the new international cable a year ago, to provide [...]

2020-04-24T10:19:39-04:00April 24th, 2020|Categories: Future Systems|Tags: , , , , , , |

New Caledonia to Connect Hawaiki Cable

New Caledonia to Connect Hawaiki Cable Hawaiki Cable Press Release December 2, 2019 VAO, NEW CALEDONIA - SCCI, a carrier recently incorporated in New Caledonia, and Hawaiki Submarine Cable LP have signed a multi-million dollar contract to provide SCCI with a turn-key solution to connect the island nation to Hawaiki, including a subsea branch to [...]

Fintel Secures Landing of Sub-sea Cable Gondwana-2

Fintel Secures Landing of Sub-sea Cable Gondwana-2 By Telecompaper April 4, 2019 Fiji International Telecommunications (Fintel) has announced it has secured landing of the sub-sea cable Gondwana-2. Securing the internet requires the installation of a second submarine cable that will be added to Gondwana1, which links Nouméa to Sydney since 2008. To this end, a [...]

Hawaiki Submarine Cable Rollout Completes

Hawaiki Submarine Cable Rollout Completes By Corinne Reichert April 23, 2018 The $350 million Hawaiki Transpacific Submarine Cable System has completed its final landing in American Samoa, with the United States territory to gain access to 200Gb of additional capacity from the cable. The final splice will be completed ahead of the 15,000km subsea cable, [...]