Australian government-owned infrastructure provider NBN is now delivering satellite services in collaboration with Speedcast to business and government users across regional and remote parts of the country. NBN’s new Business Satellite Service (BSS) leverages an extensive network designed, built and managed by Speedcast Managed Services, with access to up to 58 beams from 10 gateways, two data centers, and a network operations center powering the company’s new high-data internet and IoT service offerings.
NBN’s BSS offerings are initially focused on remote business requirements for high-data internet access and IoT services, with an additional product — Access Bandwidth Service — to launch next year. NBN’s BSS is a pioneering platform, showcasing the experience of NBN and Speedcast in delivering satellite services to business customers. Speedcast’s managed service supports an unparalleled range of services, technical capabilities, and service levels through best-in-class satellite technology, a custom-built OSS/BSS platform and a 24/7 network operations center. Speedcast will play an important role in helping secure NBN’s future as an industry-leading infrastructure provider.
“Last year, we announced a milestone contract with NBN that is expected to generate revenues of up to AU$184 million in total over a 10-year period. Business-grade connectivity services are in significant demand across Australia and we expect the use of satellite services to grow more than 30% by 2021. The launch of the BSS service is a great milestone and the result of tremendous work over the past 18 months by our Speedcast Managed Services team and very close cooperation with NBN’s teams,” said Pierre-Jean Beylier, Speedcast CEO. “I want to thank NBN for their trust and support to bring this revolutionary BSS service to life. Working together with NBN we can reliably address customers’ connectivity needs, ensuring they can succeed in this digital era and have an opportunity to drive new business growth. This is just the beginning of an exciting future for businesses in Australia, who will be able to get connected like never before.”
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