Home Networking Vibe, Nextgen partner to offer Intellipath in Australia

New Zealand-based bandwidth on-demand services provider Intellipath has selected Nexgen Network as its preferred carrier for the backbone of its Australian network.

Intellipath, a wholly owned subsidiary of Vibe Communications, says its customers will benefit from the increased scale and reach of its network as a service (NaaS) offering.  

“Intellipath delivers the network agility our market has been crying out for. It enables businesses to quickly respond to market opportunities, matching their network capacity and reach to their immediate business needs. Intellipath customers are able to deploy connectivity between key locations without the complexity and cost they’ve come to expect” says Vibe CEO Rudi Hefer.  

"This is the point where smart technology is truly enabling our customers to respond to their market’s needs and gain the competitive advantages that entails. Customers are empowered with the flexibility to instantly deploy connectivity as required and to pay only for what is consumed, allowing them to test markets and cost effectively prototype products and services.

“It connects them to one of the most content rich fabrics in the world, which includes Microsoft Azure, Amazon AWS, Megaport, Equinix Cloud Exchange, a range of Internet Exchanges and a plethora of additional providers to follow.”

Nextgen CEO David Yuile said, ”Nextgen is pleased to have been chosen as Intellipath’s network provider in Australia. We have the perfect capability to satisfy the growing market demand for flexible capacity solutions.”

Hefer says Intellipath is currently available in four Australian data centres, and will be available in an additional 30 data centres by the fourth quarter this year, including all Metronode, Equinix and NextDC facilities – with an additional 18 data centres to be announced shortly after.


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