Australia’s Newest Carrier Lands in the Sunshine State

Maroochydore, Wednesday 22 July 2020: A better connected South-East Queensland (SEQ) has arrived.

OneQode, Australia’s first carrier to deploy equipment and commence operations out of the Sunshine Coast Cable Landing Station (CLS), is now ready to launch its digital services from the Sunshine Coast direct to its Brisbane CBD Points of Presence (Equinix BR1 & NextDC B2). With the lowest latency path to East Asia from Brisbane, this network is set to provide unparalleled speed to all Queenslanders – ushering in a new era of internet connectivity.

Better connectivity for Queensland

Until now, all Queensland traffic has been required to route through Sydney data centres before leaving Australian shores – meaning high latency and infrastructure expense. By putting down roots at the new CLS, OneQode is severing the Sydney dependence and ensuring that Queensland has dedicated international routes.

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Victoria Krisman
Victoria Krisman is Interactive Media Specialist and Communications Manager for the Intelligent Community Forum.
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