Pipe dreams - Undersea cable will have connectivity costs
Written on the 17 June 2009
Pipe Networks Limited began with a $100,000 investment between two mates in 2002. Since then it has grown into Australia’s third largest fibre network company, with a $200 million undersea cable that has the potential to cut international connectivity costs in half. With an aim to make Australia’s broadband faster and more affordable, CEO Bevan Slattery tells Brisbane Business News about an urgent need to improve internet connectivity if Australia is to keep up with the rest of the world.