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1 Ross Pfeffer – Director Asia Pacific Connecting the Pacific
2 2 Southern Cross Network
3 Propagation Delay
4 Network Architecture
5 the story so far 1997 - Vision Oct 1998 - Commitments Nov 2000 - Service
6 the story so far A hybrid! 3 owners Fully Independent US$1.3b cost
7 Today Southern Cross is Operational Successful Stable Proven
8 Capacity Products Unprotected Protected n-Drop Ring
9 Rings Protected 3 - Drop
10 Commercial Options IRU –Spread Payments Lease
11 MIU Flexibility Assign / Reassign –New Products –Different Segments
12 Our Customers Global and Regional Carriers Large ISPs Government / Education
13 Future Network Committed 1.April 2002 1.San Jose 2.Figure 8 (Stage 1) 2.Early 2003 1.240 Gbit/s When required 1.By 200? 1.480 Gbit/s
14 The Southern Cross Way is to be the best
15 The Southern Cross Way Independent Flexible Innovative Professional Stable Customer Commitment Customer Sat
16 Southern Cross Focus Support the move to broadband Encourage development. The supplier of choice
17 Interconnecting Silicon Valley, Seattle, Los Angeles Hawaii, Fiji, Sydney, Auckland Japan – US Cable Australia – Japan Cable Australia – Singapore Cable
18 Connecting the points Purpose Built for Internet Rock solid Customer driven A regional resource
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