Case Studies

Vertel has worked with hundreds of customers over the years, each with a unique challenge to be solved, from health to education, government to entertainment.

Reaching Patients Far and Wide

South West Alliance of Rural Health (SWARH)

Large health body with over 30 sites across regional Victoria sought to create a next generation network which would be media and path diverse and perform to strict SLA's with guaranteed QOS for its life critical applications and services.

Innovating Professional Development

Association of Independent Schools NSW

The AIS is the peak body representing over 340 independent schools across the state. In order to streamline professional development across all staff the association has used Vertel's Etherwave Line service to enable HD video conferencing to remote schools. This same network also provides high speed broadband and third party interconnects to the schools

Making BYOD Possible

Luther College

Luther College has been progressive in its ITC strategy, first trialing a notebook program in 1995, today Luther College needs to connect almost 2,000 devices everyday. Luther College is in a fibre poor area so Vertel's Etherwave Line service, delivered over licensed microwave was the perfect solution.

Connectivity for Application Delivery

Clublinks Telecommunications

Clublinks manages the communications for private housing at the Sandhurst and Sanctuary Lakes golf clubs, this advanced FTTH network needed a high capacity backhaul solution to these regional locations. Vertel's fully managed Etherwave Line service was the perfect fit and Netconnect internet guarantees high speed, unlimited internet access to residents.

The Fibre Alternative

Mount Waverley Secondary College

The roll out of a tablet program and a move web based learning activities meant the Mount Waverley Secondary College had outgrown it's heavily contented fibre connection. Seeking a new solution to provide the 100mbps capacity needed Vertel's Etherwave Line service enabled cost effective connectivity.

A National Approach to Radio

Australian Radio Network (ARN)

National radio network sought to create a single network for all its offices across Australia which would be able to securely exchange propriety and broadcast content with high quality of service and guaranteed availability being crucial to the broadcaster.

Next Generation Public Safety

Coffs Harbour City Council

Progressive local government Coffs Harbour City Council sought to overhaul it’s existing two way radio communication system to a digital P25 network. This new system would enable interoperability between multiple emergency service authorities as well as provide greater coverage to the entire region.