Vodafone New Zealand Successfully Completed Three Submarine Cable System Upgrades
Recently, Vodafone New Zealand branch issued an announcement stating that the six-month New Zealand international submarine cable system upgrade and update work has been completed, and the three international submarine cable systems operated by Tasman Global Access (TGA), SCCN, and Hawaiki have all been put into use. According to data, the lengths of the above three submarine cable systems are 2,288 kilometers, 30,500 kilometers, and 14,000 kilometers, respectively.
Through cooperation with Ciena, the company has completed the upgrade of the international submarine cable system in New Zealand to provide international users with more thoughtful Internet services. "The completion of the system upgrade means that New Zealand can better connect to Australia, the South Pacific and North America and consolidate network security," said Andrew McDonald, Vodafone's New Zealand marketing director.
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