|Technology||Optical fiber cable|
|Date of first use||2008|
The cable landing points are:
- Narrabeen beach, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
- Poindimié commune, North Province, New Caledonia
- Mouli Island, Ouvea commune, Loyalty Islands Province, New Caledonia
- Xepenehe, Lifou commune, Loyalty Islands Province, New Caledonia
The Australian end of the Cable was terminated in mid November 2007 by the Cable Ship Ile de Re  completing the laying of the cable. The fibre optic cable is laid in the Northern Sydney Protection Zone and comes ashore at Narrabeen beach where the Southern Cross Cable and Australia-Japan Cable are also laid. The system was officially brought into service in September 2008. Gondwana drastically boosted the capacity of the New Caledonia international gateway and decreased the latency to reach Australia and Western Europe, previously handicapped by a 500 ms round trip delay between Australian and Caledonian satellite teleport. It offers the second fibre access point in South Pacific islands after Fijian access to Southern Cross cable, commissioned in 2001.
The fibre optic cable is a two-part system, firstly linking New Caledonia to Australia (and then on to the world via the existing Australian fibre optic cables) and a short unrepeated cable from New Caledonia to the Loyalty Islands, with a landing stations at Poindimie (Main island), Mouly (Ouvea) and Xepenehe (Lifou).
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- "French Connection". 16 November 2007. Retrieved 2007-12-08.
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