"These changes will significantly enhance the throughput capacity, quality and classes of service that we can offer our customers...The Cisco UCS servers provide us with the ability to offer a wide range of applications and services including virtualised hosted Cisco unified communication (UC) applications which further extend our hosted Cisco PBX offering."
Anittel claims to "provide cloud, Internet, telecommunication and IT services for organisation across regional and metropolitan Australia," and to be "expanding through organic growth and targeted acquisitions to offer scale, geographic reach and expertise for existing and prospective customers."
The focus on metropolitan areas marks a shift in strategy for the company which has hitherto stressed its focus on regional Australia.
Anittel was formed in early 2010 by Peter Kazacos through the combination of ASX listed Hostech, PKBA - the company set up by Kazacos in 2009 after he had sold his former IT company, Kaz, to Telstra - and three small regional IT services companies: Accord Technologies, Axxis and Aspirence.
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