The world's biggest submarine cable, capable of carrying up to 80 gigabits of voice and data per second, is to be built between Australia and the US. Work on the $1 billion (#591.7 million) project, a joint venture between WorldCom, Telecom-New Zealand and Optus Communications of Australia, could begin as early as next March. Andrew Riddle, of Telecom New Zealand, said the project underscored the deep need for more bandwidth capacity across the Pacific.
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