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Fibre laying set to improve connection speeds between central business district and Gore Hill
The fibre laying in progress at Dawes Point.
A diver secures part of the fibre cable.
Fish eye view from the barge which laid the cable.
The optical fibre cable being anchored at Dawes Point.
A total of 1.6 kilometres of fibre cable was laid from Dawes Point in Sydney’s CBD to Milsons Point in North Sydney, and from Dawes Point to Blues Point.
Vocus chief executive, James Spenceley, talks about the cable project at Ripples restaurant.
Vocus fibre general manager of operations, Alex West, (left) with Vocus chief executive, James Spenceley.
Close up of the optical fibre cable.
Workers capture the moment as the fibre laying continues.
Cross section of the cable.
The links are designed to decrease connection latencies between Sydney’s central business district and the ASX data centre in Gore Hill.