VostroNet has deployed a high-speed residential fibre network solution to Cbus Property’s The Langston development in Epping, Sydney.
A community-orientated development requires a network that can cater for its requirements.
For developers, it is an opportunity to create communities throughout these spaces, enticing residents to the development and ultimately lowering the risk of low sales purchases.
It is essential to understand what you are getting. There are a few reasons why an embedded network provider falls short when it comes to providing internet connectivity. The most prominent reason is simply, an embedded network provider doesn’t have the experience in operating telecommunications networks.
New Zealand developers are searching for lower costs and a completely tailored network solution, providing internet to all areas of their development such as public and common areas.
VostroNet attended the Urbanity 2018 conference hosted by The Urban Developers at the Royal International Convention Centre Brisbane. It was an opportunity for members of the property industry to come together to ‘unlock the potential of cities in the Asia-Pacific region’.
For VostroNet, the Conference and Exhibition was an opportunity to expand its growing connections, establishing core relationships amongst the Chinese Property Development community in New Zealand and to show off its fibre network solution to new developments.
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The expansion saw VostroNet purchase capacity on the Southern Cross Cable (a network cable spanning almost 35,500 km in length); expanding its international network to the United States.
VostroNet team met with other international and local telecommunication companies, accumulating over 30 direct meetings with industry representatives across the four days at Pacific Telecommunications Council’s Annual Conference.