News : PCCW Global Announces Cooperation with Aqua Comms
Dublin, Ireland / Hong Kong, January 18, 2016 -- PCCW Global, the international operating division of HKT, Hong Kong's telecommunications service provider, announces its cooperation with Aqua Comms Limited, a provider of scalable, subsea capacity-based network solutions, to deliver transatlantic capacity on Aqua Comms' America Europe Connect (AEConnect) subsea fiber optic cable system, which will enable PCCW Global to obtain additional route diversity.
Mr. Greg Varisco, Chief Operations Officer of Aqua Comms, said, "Aqua Comms is pleased that PCCW Global has selected AEConnect, our next-generation fiber optic cable system, to provide low latency and high capacity connectivity for its transatlantic backbone network between its New York and London Points of Presence. Offering diversity between two of its major international hubs, this highly secure and technologically advanced transatlantic system is also future-proofed against increased capacity requirements, a demand that only AEConnect, and not legacy systems, could satisfy."
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PCCW Teleservices is the successful contact management outsourcing business of its publicly-traded parent company, PCCW Limited. Operating one of Asia's largest 24-hour, multi-channel contact centres via hubs in mainland China, Hong Kong, the Philippines, the USA and Panama, the company designs and implements customer strategies for local and multinational clients globally. PCCW Teleservices offers a wide array of skills in multiple languages to service more than 80 million customer contacts annually. With nearly 20 years of experience in running contact centres, PCCW Teleservices has helped its clients worldwide by providing end-to-end total BPO solutions that meet the sophisticated needs of the local and international business community.
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Aqua Comms provides networking solutions through the acquisition, creation and merging with subsea fibre optic networks.
Published: Monday, January 18, 2016