Strategically, the provision of an MPLS network enables Highway 1 to reach greater heights and provides unique solutions which have many technical and commercial attractions to the Australian market
Perth, Australia (PRWEB) August 8, 2009
To meet the growing demands of Australian businesses, Highway1, business telecommunications service provider in Australia announced on 7 July 2009, the launch of its national Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) based IP-VPN network.
Highway 1's Cisco® driven MPLS network delivers the technically and commercially justified results that Australian businesses need. Highway 1 is well placed as a leading business telecommunications provider in Australia with its network presence reaching Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Auckland, Singapore and New York.
Highway 1's MPLS solution delivers DSL and Ethernet access technology via copper and fibre optic wired, microwave wireless and 3G wireless access technologies. Utilising key infrastructure owners in Australia, Highway 1 can deliver Layer 2 and 3, Point-to-Point (PTP) or Point-to-Multipoint (PTMP), Gigabit capable domestic WANs across major and rural locations in Australia.
Highway 1 General Manager Nicholas Power said, "We are very excited about the recent deployment of our MPLS network. We have worked very hard to determine exactly what Australia's market is looking for and geared our Private network offering towards a solution that offers the highest levels of security, reliability and cost effectiveness whilst using the latest available technology".
Sam Akbari, Sales Manager at Highway 1 said, "Strategically, the provision of an MPLS network enables Highway 1 to reach greater heights and provides unique solutions which have many technical and commercial attractions to the Australian market".
This recent national network deployment complements Highway 1's current Managed Backup and Utility Computing offering allowing offsite dedicated servers or hosted virtual machines to be securely connected directly into National corporate networks.
Highway 1 is part of the ZettaServe group of companies and is backed by a qualified team of staff accredited in Cisco, Redhat, SOLARIS, ITIL Foundations and Microsoft. This rare combination of ISP offerings in a capable ICT organisation allows Highway 1 to use enterprise level support in an industry that typically lacks fundamental after sale support. Highway 1 is committed to delivering technical excellence to all businesses, enterprise and government customers.
More information on MPLS services is available at http://www.highway1.com.au/corporate_mpls.php. Businesses interested in this service can email sales(at)highway1(dot)com(dot)au.
About Highway 1 (http://www.highway1.com.au)
Highway 1 is a business telecommunications specialist specialising in the provision of voice and data services throughout Australia. Highway 1's services include wired, wireless and high speed optical fibre solutions for the small to medium size enterprise business markets.
About ZettaServe (http://www.zettaserve.com)
ZettaServe provides managed ICT infrastructure services, with specialties in desktop management, software packaging and on-demand ICT services. ZettaServe services are designed for corporate and government IT environments and are focused on reducing support and maintenance costs through process automation, standardisation and advanced technology.
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