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Superloop Traffic Soars 30pc As Covid-19 Increases Demand

BRISBANE: Not everyone is complaining about the arrival of the Covid-19 virus. Some high-tech outfits report the virus is doing them good.

One such is Brisbane-based Superloop, headed by Bevan Slattery, pictured, which describes itself as “an independent provider of connectivity services, designing, constructing and operating networks throughout the Asia-Pacific metro region”.

In a media statement launched yesterday, Superloop said traffic over its global network has grown by 30 percent in a matter of weeks. “This increase in customer demand has almost entirely been delivered on our existing domestic and international assets,” the company said. 



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