Tasmanian-owned telco Launtel has officially launched its Blue Ocean gigabit NBN Internet service promising “lightning fast” services connecting the state with the global gigabit economy.
The head of an Internet service provider in Tasmania has outlined a method whereby, he claims, the current crop of NBN users who are on copper can be upgraded to all-fibre connections without any upfront payment.
Tasmanian school Scotch Oakburn College has selected a Hewlett Packard Enterprise hyperconverged and Pointnext solution designed to boost its performance and improve the user experience, while minimising connectivity disruptions and operational costs.
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