Perth-based ISP, iiNet, has continued expanding its network by installing its 500,000 broadband port in Gosford, NSW.
The company began setting up its own DSLAM infrastructure in 2004 with the aid of communications vendor, Ericsson and construction firm, Visionstream.
It was named the iiNetwork and allowed the ISP to deliver faster broadband speeds to customers.
iiNet continues to expand the iiNetwork with a number of DSLAMs being expanded or installed.
Gosford was a new site and existing customers began migrating over to the iiNetwork this month, according to Perth-based ISP, iiNet’s network coverage list.
“For residents and businesses in Gosford and around the country, the expansion of our network means more competitive market and faster speeds,” Perth-based ISP, iiNet chief technology officer, Greg Bader, said.
To coincide with the 500,000 port milestone, Perth-based ISP, iiNet has given one long-time customer in Gosford 500,000GB worth of data allowance for free.
Judy Donahay has been a customer of the ISP since 2003.