Spanning three continents, the PEACE cable will provide the lowest latency service from Pakistan to Europe.
Around 250 technical staff from 96 organizations across PNG have benefitted from the technical training project, strengthening local capacity to develop and maintain Internet connectivity.
Submarine cable development brings together advanced physics, marine technology and engineering to create truly amazing pieces of networking infrastructure.
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Guest Post: The University of the South Pacific manages a number of challenges in operating, maintaining and upgrading its large and diverse network.
A new report has addressed the trends and challenges of connectivity in the Pacific, focusing on the role of satellite technology.
Pacific economies, such as the Marshall Islands, are becoming more aware of their reliance on high-speed Internet for business and communication, especially when it goes down.
Guest Post: Addressing the abstraction between network layer measurements and the underlying global submarine network can help ensure a more resilient Internet.
Guest Post: Content providers are increasingly investing in new submarine cables. Are they forming a cartel?
Efforts to bring new submarine connectivity to Papua New Guinea have been underway for some time.