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Optus has announced that Sydney-based IT services company Brennan IT will migrate products and services to the national broadband network using its Evolve platform.

According to Optus Wholesale, Brennan IT is among the first providers in Australia to switch business communications services to the NBN ahead of the November 2018 Special Services copper disconnections which currently support the business sector.

The agreement will see Brennan IT gain access to all 121 NBN points of interconnect through the Optus network.

Brennan will connect customers via FttP, FttB and FttN, which Optus says will enable Brennan to offer a standardised, consistent experience where NBN is available.

Andrew Stojcevski, acting head of marketing and product, Optus Wholesale, says that switching Special Services to the NBN is not an automatic process for most businesses.

“Service providers like Brennan IT must guide their customers through this significant industry moment,” he said.

“Optus is excited to work with Brennan IT as it helps Australian businesses unlock the value of next-generation networks.”

Brennan IT’s chief operating officer Dayle Wilson said the Optus partnership was a key strategic moment for Brennan IT and its customers.

“Moving to the NBN will help our customers pursue their transformation projects more aggressively. We plan to migrate hundreds of copper services during the next 18 months,” he said.


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