PIPE Pacific Cable (PPC-1) is a 6,900 km submarine cable laid by PIPE Networks. It runs from Cromer, Australia, to Piti, Guam. It resulted in huge international backhaul cost savings to Australian customers, for access to the US internet backbone, quoting up to "50% savings" versus existing cable operators.

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  • PIPE Pacific Cable (PPC-1) is a 6,900 km submarine cable laid by PIPE Networks. It runs from Cromer, Australia, to Piti, Guam. It resulted in huge international backhaul cost savings to Australian customers, for access to the US internet backbone, quoting up to "50% savings" versus existing cable operators. (en)
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  • Asia-Pacific
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  • Tyco Telecom
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  • Pipe Pacific Cable
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  • Fibre-optic
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  • 2.560000 (xsd:double)
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  • Active
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  • August 2009
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  • PIPE International
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  • PIPE Pacific Cable (PPC-1) is a 6,900 km submarine cable laid by PIPE Networks. It runs from Cromer, Australia, to Piti, Guam. It resulted in huge international backhaul cost savings to Australian customers, for access to the US internet backbone, quoting up to "50% savings" versus existing cable operators. (en)
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  • Pipe Pacific Cable (en)
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