Technology

A fault at Bluesky Cook Islands’ Aroa station caused the total blackout of internet, mobile and other telecommunication services through to early yesterday.

Under the sea, over the sea

Saturday July 13, 2019

If the Cook Islands goes forward with seabed exploration Rima Browne would be on the front line.

Avaroa Cable Ltd has announced the signing of a $1.2m supply contract with Australia’s Data Exchange Network to provide the Cook Islands with two state-of-the-art cable landing stations for the Manatua Cable.

Bluesky not fazed by govt plans

Tuesday August 06, 2019

The major shareholder of Bluesky Cook Islands believes the company will maintain its dominance despite government’s plan to end the monopoly on the market.

The local telecommunications company is promising better internet service for its customers after adding more capacity to its system.

Local shop wins regional award

Thursday August 08, 2019

For the third time, local store CIPS Electronics Jay Cars, has claimed the Pacific Islands reseller awards. The win was unexpected.

Matavera unmast

Thursday August 22, 2019

Helen Framhein-Wong has special memories of the Matavera mast when it was first built.

Fast internet to the door

Friday August 23, 2019

Bluesky has embarked on a massive project to roll out fibre internet connections to the door of Rarotonga and Aitutaki homes, so families can take advantage of the speed and capacity of the new undersea cable.

Cable to damage marine habitat

Saturday August 17, 2019

The new undersea cable comes at the cost of a small area of marine habitat, a new Environment Services report reveals.

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