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Hawaiki, ASH, ASTCA launch broadband alliance in Pacific

Thursday 28 May 2020 | 07:09 CET | News
Hawaiki Submarine Cable, American Samoa Telecommunications Authority (ASTCA) and American Samoa Hawaii Cable (ASH) have set up a broadband alliance dedicated to boosting capacity linking Pacific territories and nations to Hawaii and the US mainland. According to Hawaiki, the multi-million dollar deal brings three operators together to take advantage of the Hawaiki branch to American Samoa, securing trans-Pacific connectivity into the future and enabling ASH's wholesale business and deliver international broadband to local operators and ISPs in American Samoa, Samoa, French Polynesia and other

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Hawaiki Submarine Cable
Countries: Oceania, Pacific
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