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For the data exiting, one path goes back the way the submarine cable went in: here the grouped pipes carry the terrestrial cables while the lone pipe on the left has the submarine cable.
The data passes a substation outside before heading along fibres leading to the city, where it will link to any carriers' network which has bought capacity.
The undersea cable needs power, which will be supplied by Energy Australia. However, in the case of mains failure, generators will take up the slack. This underground parking area will house a 25,000-litre fuel tank to keep them running.