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AARNet CEO on undersea cable: listen to interview by ABC Radio Sunshine Coast

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A giant undersea broadband cable could connect the Sunshine Coast directly with global communications systems, if a proposal by the Sunshine Coast Council is successful. ABC Sunshine Coast’s Annie Gaffney spoke to Chris Hancock, CEO of Australia’s Academic and Research Network and began by asking him to describe how the cable differs from normal internet connections.


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