Optus Wholesale has secured an agreement as the Australian network partner for European mobile virtual network company, Transatel, currently expanding its global network coverage to support its Internet of Things offering.
Optus Wholesale has sealed a three-year agreement with Australian-based gas and electricity retailer Sumo, for a range of telco products which will allow Sumo to offer NBN and broadband services to eligible households and small businesses.
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.
Speaking up for business users is Optus, whose wholesale arm has "expanded its suite of NBN-ready products" by launching EoNBN: Evolve Voice using Ethernet over NBN.
Although Exetel is the first Optus Wholesale customer to offer the "Home Wireless Broadband" router, the company clearly expects more of its MVNOs to offer such a service.
Optus Wholesale has released a new cloud-based Unified Communications solution for service providers in response to what it says is increased end-user demand for cloud services.
Optus Wholesale has partnered with telecommunications systems and solutions provider BTB Australia in an exclusive National Broadband Network reseller agreement.
Optus Wholesale says the delivery of enterprise-grade NBN network offerings will allow its wholesale customers to benefit from fast and reliable broadband.
Optus Wholesale has secured a multi-year agreement with Moose Mobile to deliver customers access to the Optus national 4G plus network on Moose’s refurbished late model Android and non-Android model handsets.
Optus Wholesale continues to ramp up NBN wholesale offers with the introduction of state-based, national and hybrid aggregation models which it says will deliver greater flexibility for its customers.
Optus has become one of the first wholesalers to offer HFC (hybrid fibre coaxial) access to the NBN. At the same time it has introduced more flexible interconnection options for its wholesale customers.
Optus and Internet service provider SpinTel have done a deal which will see the telco providing wholesale NBN access to SpinTel through its residential over NBN service.
A five-year pre-paid deal with new MVNO, My Mobile Data sees its brand OVO and a separate three-year deal stream unmetered V8 Supercars content.
US-based hosted VoiP vendor ShoreTel has boosted its presence in the Australian market with the acquisition of local company M5 Networks Australia.
Optus has delivered its first 100 Gigabits per second (Gbps) service for a US-based partner on the Southern Cross Cable Network (SCCN) that connects Australia to the United States’ west coast via New Zealand, Fiji and Hawaii.
Optus has sealed a two-year deal to provide NBN wholesale aggregation services exclusively to Internet Service Provider Exetel.
Kore Wireless - a company that provides machine-to-machine wireless services globally - has upgraded its offerings in Australia through an agreement with Optus Wholesale.
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