Avaroa Cable partners with French Polynesia's ONATi for interenational connectivity

Friday 25 September 2020 | 09:36 CET | News
Avaroa Cable and the OPT Group, through its French Polynesia subsidiary ONATi, have signed a connectivity partnership agreement to provide the Cook Islands with its first international fibre cable connectivity. Using the Manatua cable, the deal links Rarotonga through to Tahiti Internet Exchange, and beyond to international internet hubs in Hawaii and Los Angeles, US.

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