Displaying items by tag: Elizabeth Aris

Telecommunications executive and entrepreneur, Elizabeth Aris, the former CEO of TasmaNet, has been appointed by TPG Telecom to the role of Group Executive Enterprise and Government.

Published in People Moves

Tasmanian communications provider TasmaNet CEO Elizabeth Aris says Australia’s $51 billion investment in the National Broadband Network has never looked so good, but suggests that as the National Cabinet “plots the nation’s return to economic growth”, a wholehearted cross-sector embrace of the NBN’s full potential is essential.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Tasmanian communications provider TasmaNet has helped Catholic Education Tasmania (CET) overcome slow and unreliable Internet in remote areas with the rollout of NBN business enterprise ethernet across the State.

Published in Deals
Wednesday, 12 February 2020 11:57

TasmaNet set to sell DC3 data centre

Tasmanian communications provider TasmaNet has signed a binding term sheet agreement to sell the assets of its DC3 data centre in Hobart to Australian data centre specialist DXN.

Published in Data Centres

By Elizabeth Aris, CEO, TasmaNet

TasmaNet is attracting partners around Australia keen to take advantage of the potential of the new nbn Enterprise Ethernet service for their business, enterprise and government customers.

Tasmanian communications provider TasmaNet has won accreditation to the NSW Government’s Telecommunications Purchasing Arrangements panel.

Wednesday, 29 May 2019 12:54

TasmaNet appoints Aris to top job

Tasmanian communications company TasmaNet has appointed Elizabeth Aris as chief executive to replace Joel Harris.

Published in People Moves

Hobart-based digital services provider TasmaNet has partnered with Catholic Education Tasmania to provide Internet connectivity across 27 Catholic schools and all Catholic education offices in the state.

Published in Deals

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