Hawaiian Telcom has been awarded $24 million from a Federal Communications Commission fund dedicated to "bridging the digital divide." The funding, part of the $20.4 billion Rural Digital Opportunity Fund, will go toward deploying fiber broadband service...
The phone number will be ported to Aloha Tone, which will receive voicemails on incoming calls and will pass them on via email at no charge.
This new deal enables Hawaiki to expand its subsea network with a new route linking Sydney, Guam, Hawaii and Los Angeles, offering greater connectivity and route diversity to organizations operating between Australia and the U.S.
"Our employees are our most important assets, and it’s even more important now during this COVID-19 pandemic for us to support their health and well-being as part of our commitment to them and to Hawaii."
The Mililani location offers access for local businesses needing immediate protection from disruptive events such as hurricanes, tsunamis, and power outages. Located on a 5-acre lot, the facility offers expansion space based on customer demand.
Hawaiian Telcom's parent company, Cincinnati Bell, is deploying its CBTS consulting company in the Aloha State. Hawaiian Telcom Senior Vice President Kevin Paul will lead the new CBTS office in Hawaii.