Guest Post: The Cook Islands is set to receive its first submarine cable — but which international connectivity option serves the island economy best?
Network Atlas is currently crowdsourcing network information from operators around the world.
Guest Post: Technology developments such as Coherent Optics have allowed us to get closer to the theoretical transmission capacity of submarine cables.
Connecting to the Manatua Polynesian Cable will greatly improve the Cook Islands Internet service availability, latency and capacity in the coming years.
Guest Post: TeleGeography’s Alan Mauldin answers common questions about submarine cables.
Guest Post: The new Hawaiki Cable is set to become the region’s fastest international digital connection and is expected to improve interconnectivity in the region.
Leaders from the Cook Islands and other Pacific island economies recently met to discuss cooperation on improving telecommunications infrastructure.
East Asia is in the middle of an Internet traffic jam as engineers fix a cut in one of the region’s significant submarine cables.
The theme was “Developing Smart Islands” at PITA 19, held recently in Nukualofa, Tonga from 20 to 24 April 2015
George Michaelson outlines a brief history of the Vanuatu Internet Exchange from the Pacific Industry Workshop at APNIC 38.