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RTI always values our customers and the local economies that we serve. We have asked six (6) stakeholders belonging to the telecommunications industry in Queensland, Australia to talk about the new Japan-Guam-Australia South Cable (JGA South), what problems it solves, and its impact on local businesses and the community. (Interviews conducted by Hari Kotrotsios.)

Data Centre, the next building block for an interconnected region

Adam Davis, Director TPL Connect

Long term advocate Adam Davis believes a data centre for the Sunshine Coast will provide ongoing benefits for the region and help strengthen its digital economy.

How Guam will change the connectivity game in Oceania

Matt Shearing, CEO OneQode

Queensland's new connection to Guam is setting the stage for a shift in the region's digital outlook, according to OneQode CEO Matt Shearing.
Growing eSports participation is just one sign that there's an exciting future ahead for Oceania.

Regional data centre helping to break down the digital divide

John Henderson, General Manager Pulse Data Centre

Opened in April 2018, Pulse Data Centre is the first regional tier III uptime certified data centre of its kind in Australia. The facility, located within the 29-hectare Toowoomba Technology Park, will expand to three standalone data centres linked by a central security facility, collaboration spaces, offices, and disaster recovery facilities. Customer options include quarter racks, secure caged areas and large dedicated customised whitespace opportunities.

Sunshine Coast cable boosts confidence of Queensland telco industry

Cade Lever, Technical Director Codecom

The Sunshine Coast submarine cable is one of the major milestones that will be remembered in Queensland telecommunications history, according to Codecom Technical Director Cade Lever. He says a cable landing on Australia's east coast outside of Sydney is a significant advantage which will provide major flow on effects across the state.

Backhaul cable to provide missing piece in Queensland network puzzle

Matt Van Hecke, Managing Director Torus Networks - Project Helios

A missing piece of the telecommunications puzzle connecting Queensland directly to the world is an open access backhaul cable that will link Brisbane and the new Sunshine Coast submarine cable which landed in Maroochydore on 23 December 2019 – only the second landing site on Australia's east coast.

  • Data Centre, the next building block for an interconnected region

    Adam Davis, Director TPL Connect

    Long term advocate Adam Davis believes a data centre for the Sunshine Coast will provide ongoing benefits for the region and help strengthen its digital economy.

  • How Guam will change the connectivity game in Oceania

    Matt Shearing, CEO OneQode

    Queensland's new connection to Guam is setting the stage for a shift in the region's digital outlook, according to OneQode CEO Matt Shearing. Growing eSports participation is just one sign that there's an exciting future ahead for Oceania.

  • Regional data centre helping to break down the digital divide

    John Henderson, General Manager Pulse Data Centre

    Opened in April 2018, Pulse Data Centre is the first regional tier III uptime certified data centre of its kind in Australia. The facility, located within the 29-hectare Toowoomba Technology Park, will expand to three standalone data centres linked by a central security facility, collaboration spaces, offices, and disaster recovery facilities. Customer options include quarter racks, secure caged areas and large dedicated customised whitespace opportunities.

  • Sunshine Coast cable boosts confidence of Queensland telco industry

    Cade Lever, Technical Director Codecom

    The Sunshine Coast submarine cable is one of the major milestones that will be remembered in Queensland telecommunications history, according to Codecom Technical Director Cade Lever. He says a cable landing on Australia’s east coast outside of Sydney is a significant advantage which will provide major flow on effects across the state.

  • Backhaul cable to provide missing piece in Queensland network puzzle

    Matt Van Hecke, Managing Director Torus Networks - Project Helios

    A missing piece of the telecommunications puzzle connecting Queensland directly to the world is an open access backhaul cable that will link Brisbane and the new Sunshine Coast submarine cable which landed in Maroochydore on 23 December 2019 – only the second landing site on Australia's east coast.

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