Telecom Fiji has announced a partnership deal with Telstra Corporation enabling direct network connectivity between Telecom Fiji and Telstra’s network.
This collaboration marks a significant milestone in enhancing international connectivity for Telecom’s business customers not just into Australia but beyond.
The commissioning of the International Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) Network-Network-Interface (NNI) demonstrates Telecom’s commitment to delivering secure, reliable, and efficient connectivity for customers. This NNI with Telstra is directly linked to Telecom Fiji’s second Point of Presence (POP) in Sydney enabling local organisations in Fiji and the region to effortlessly establish links with their overseas branches through the Telecom-Telstra NNI link.
This expansion of Telecom Fiji’s network infrastructure opens up new avenues for international business growth and connectivity.
Mesake Tuinabua, Chief Technical Officer at Telecom Fiji, proudly announced, “We are taking a momentous leap forward in revolutionising our telecommunications landscape. Our customers will experience heightened data security, remarkably improved delivery speeds, and a telecommunications encounter that’s truly second to none.”
Telecom Fiji’s collaboration with Telstra represents a move forward in the realm of telecommunications, revolutionising how businesses and individuals connect across borders. The partnership promises enhanced user experiences, seamless international communication, and a solid foundation for future innovations in the telecommunications landscape.