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Superloop to connect Indigo subsea cable system to NextDC data centers

Tuesday 13 November 2018 | 12:33 CET | News
Australian data centre-as-a-service provider NextDC has signed a partnership agreement with Superloop who will connect the new INDIGO subsea cable system to NextDC's Perth (P1 and P2) and Sydney (S1 and S2) data centers. NextDC's Sydney customers will have access to the Asia Pacific submarine cable route between Sydney and Singapore (also the major Asia Pacific gateway to Europe and Africa) using the Indigo Central and Indigo West cables. The Indigo subsea cable will connect Singapore, Indonesia and Australia, enabling speeds of 36 terabits per second.

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: NextDC
Countries: Australia
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