bevan at slattery.net.au
Thu Jan 8 12:56:20 EST 2015
Haha - as I privately posted (trying to reduce traffic) I happened to be
sitting next to the guy who was responsible for decommissioning it when
Telstra decided to sell the landing station to a property developer back
in the Sol Trujillo days :)
On 8/01/2015 11:49 am, "Brad Peczka" <brad at bradpeczka.com> wrote:
>Mad rush to update Wikipedia commencing in 3, 2, 1...
>Bevan - thanks. I did look around for information regarding any potential
>decommissioning, but it seems that nothing has been published to the
>From: John Lindsay [johnslindsay at mac.com]
>Sent: Thursday, 8 January 2015 9:47 AM
>To: Bevan Slattery
>Cc: Brad Peczka; ausnog at lists.ausnog.net
>Subject: Re: [AusNOG] JASURAUS
>Well, so much for wikipedia!
>johnslindsay at mac.com
>> On 8 Jan 2015, at 12:14 pm, Bevan Slattery <bevan at slattery.net.au>
>> Jasuraus was decommissioned (and lifted). Landing site sold. All over
>> red rover.
>> On 8/01/2015 11:41 am, "Brad Peczka" <brad at bradpeczka.com> wrote:
>>> In light of the recent issues with SEA-ME-WE-3, does anyone know if
>>> JASURAUS is still active?
>>> AARNet were rumoured to be the last major user as of ~2008 with
>>> of capacity. However their latest network map
>>> 014.pdf) seems to indicate they are now exclusively on SEA-ME-WE-3.
>>> With all that activity going on in that part of the world with regards
>>> subsea cables (NWCS/Trident/APX-West/ASC)... is there the potential
>>> second lease (start?) on life, either in its own right or as part of
>>> of the proposed cable systems?
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