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Vertel SD-WAN Indicator 2020 – Australia, conducted by Telsyte, identifies mini cloud boom sparked by COVID-19 stretching WAN capacity.


Vertel has revealed the top 10 technologies that will impact workplaces between 2020 and 2025 in a research paper commissioned by Vertel and undertaken by Tech Research Asia.


Vertel, a wholly-owned, Australian national telecommunications carrier, has announced that BIG4 Easts Beach Holiday Park has chosen Vertel and Purple to upgrade the quality of wireless internet connection and improve guest experience at the park.


Vertel, Australia’s largest privately-owned telecommunications carrier, and Ondacomms, an Australian wireless communications company, have partnered to supply Grasshopper Environmental with a wide-area radio solution for its fleet vehicles.


Purple Cow Industries, a leading construction waste management and skip bin provider across the Sydney metropolitan area, has chosen Vertel’s Push to Talk over Cellular (PoC) service to enhance communications across its operations.


Vertel has been appointed to a panel arrangement Telecommunications NPN 1.18 that is accessible by councils and other approved parties in the participating states for the supply of fixed and wireless data, fixed voice, managed wide area network (WAN) and software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) services.


Vertel has announced the appointment of Tony Hudson to the role of commercial director where he will lead Vertel’s sales, marketing and customer experience teams.


Reflections Holiday Parks has committed almost $1 million to create a new Wi-Fi infrastructure across four of its holiday parks along the NSW North Coast, partnering with Vertel.


Vertel has partnered with Virtutel to resell NBN Enterprise Ethernet throughout regional Australia, providing high-speed, fibre-based internet so that communities can realise their smart cities potential.


Vertel is partnering with Beaconsim, a Finnish-based operative field communications simulator provider, to bring its solution to Australia.