Reports and Whitepapers
Welcome to the Southern Cross Reports and Whitepapers page. Here you will find copies of presentations and white papers prepared by Southern Cross, or interesting articles by third parties that we believe offer insight into the submarine or broadband industry.
SX CommsDay NZ 2011 Presentation
Presentation on Southern Cross and the NZ Broadband capacity market by Ross Pfeffer, Director Sales & Marketing, Southern Cross.
Connecting Australias NBN to the Globe
Is there sufficient capacity, market competition and network resilience to support Australia’s rapid move to high speed broadband and in particular the Government’s A$46 Billion National Broadband Network that is now under construction?
ANZ High Speed Broadband
Ross Pfeffer, Director Sales & Marketing, Southern Cross discussed growing broadband needs in the ANZ region and their support by international submarine cables.
Boss Portal Southern Cross Case Study
How does Southern Cross Cables (SCC) manage the challenges of uninterrupted operation of its submarine network in todays content heavy world, and consistently get rated the most preferred submarine cable system in the Asia Pacific region in independent customer satisfaction surveys?
Submarine Networks World 2012 Presentation
Presentation on Southern Cross upgrades by Dean Veverka, Director Networks, Southern Cross at 2012 Submarine Networks World Conference.
CommsDay Summit Sydney 2013 Presentation
Presentation on international capacity trends in the ANZ region by Ross Pfeffer, Director Sales & Marketing, Southern Cross at 2013 Sydney CommsDay Conference.
PTC14: Submarine Cable Maintenance Overview
Presentation at PTC14 on the issues facing the industry today with regards to submarine cable operations and maintenance by Southern Cross Director Networks, and Vice-Chairman ICPC, Dean Veverka
CommsDay 2014 Submarine Cable & Bandwidth Forum SX Presentation
Presentation by Southern Cross Director, Sales & Marketing, Ross Pfeffer at the CommsDay 2014 Submarine Cable & Bandwith Forum in Sydney.
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