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  • 20 May 2019 13:43

TasmaNet brings superspeed Internet to Australia

Symmetrical speeds up to 1 Gbps delivered over dedicated fibre installed at each site.

HOBART, May 20. Super fast Internet is now available in cities and towns throughout Australia from communications specialist TasmaNet. The company uses nbnTM (NBN) Enterprise Ethernet technology to offer businesses symmetrical speeds up to 1 Gbps delivered over dedicated fibre installed to each site.

Such speeds are 10 times faster than the top NBN download speeds of 100mbps offered by most Internet service providers, and symmetrical upload speeds up to 1 Gbps have attracted keen interest from large data users including schools and businesses.

“TasmaNet has signed to connect every Catholic School in Tasmania to superfast Enterprise Ethernet - the largest order yet placed with NBN,” said TasmaNet’s CEO, Elizabeth Aris.

She added: “This new technology brings the benefits of superfast fibre to just about anywhere in Australia for a similar price as existing NBN products, and our direct relationship with NBN means we can deliver multiple upgraded connections quickly, with minimal service interruption to customers in all states and territories.”

The company’s superspeed business grade Internet access eliminates the congestion of normal NBN services, which slows down the connection. Ms Aris said TasmaNet is able to service customers in the most of the country immediately.

“We are one of very few NBN resellers accredited to provide the product, which is much less expensive than the alternative products customers would have bought in the past from Telstra,” said Ms Aris.

About TasmaNet

TasmaNet has been delivering specialised internet, networking, cloud, and data protection services to education, business, and government since 2004.

Contact David Ball, Communications Advisor, TasmaNet 03 6165 2549

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