Australian privately-owned telecommunications carrier, Vertel, has installed NBN Enterprise Ethernet services to provide a redundant network for the Catholic Education Diocese of Wollongong (CEDoW), ensuring that student learning is never interrupted by internet outages.
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.
Australian-listed Internet service provider Spirit Telecom has launched its NBN Enterprise Ethernet (NBN EE) range to resellers and direct customers via its proprietary Spirit X digital sales platform.
Tasmanian web developer MyTyreSite says it is expanding its services nationally and internationally through its adoption of the NBN enterprise ethernet solution from communications provider TasmaNet.
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.
Aussie Broadband already processes automatically almost 90% of its residential and small business NBN orders, and is now extending this capability to enterprise NBN services.
Australian telecommunications carrier Vertel is partnering with fellow telecoms carrier Virtutel to resell NBN enterprise Ethernet throughout regional Australia.
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.
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