Tuesday, 29 October 2019 12:23

TasmaNet takes place on NSW Government telecoms panel Featured

TasmaNet CEO Elizabeth Aris TasmaNet CEO Elizabeth Aris

Tasmanian communications provider TasmaNet has won accreditation to the NSW Government’s Telecommunications Purchasing Arrangements panel.

The appointment coincides with TasmaNet’s signing of three additional partners - Orkestra, Bunch Digital and Alchemy Solutions.

“We are appointing resourceful partners with communications expertise in servicing organisations including financial services, education and retail, in fact all organisations that work with large files and depend on high speed uncontended Internet,” said TasmaNet CEO Elizabeth Aris.

“Orkestra, Bunch Digital and Alchemy Solutions all fit perfectly into our expansion plans, and we welcome them as TasmaNet partners.”

TasmaNet’s appointment to the NSW panel demonstrates our competitiveness with the major telcos,” added Aris.

“Our long relationship with the Tasmanian Government, proven success in leading the market nationally to deliver Enterprise Ethernet to councils and schools, and our lean and agile structure enable us to deliver the fast, high quality customer service that NSW Government customers expect.”

According to Aris, unlike some major competitors, TasmaNet is 100 percent committed to deploying fibre services to business, enterprise and government customers over the nbn network to maximise Australian taxpayer investment in the technology.

“NSW Government accreditation is a stellar result for us.

“It will accelerate our aggressive expansion across Australia, supported by highly qualified telecommunications partners.”

Aris says TasmaNet offers symmetrical Internet speeds up to 1 Gbps to businesses across Australia using nbn Enterprise Ethernet (EE) technology, with dedicated fibre installed to each site, and “this new product issignificantly less expensive than previously available fibre offered by the larger telcos.


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