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Trustpower acquires capacity on Hawaiki submarine cable system

Wednesday 15 May 2019 | 07:30 CET | News
New Zealand ISP and power utility Trustpower has signed an agreement with Hawaiki Submarine Cable. Trustpower has acquired capacity on the Hawaiki submarine cable system. Trustpower thus expands its ISP network to the US, including a new Point of Presence in Hillsboro, Oregon and secures its own international connectivity with capacity on the Hawaiki transpacific cable system.

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