Adhering to strong demand from customer across the Tasman, Sydney-based managed service provider, Brennan IT, has launched a point of presence (POP) in New Zealand.
The POP will supply customers with dedicated bandwidth between Australia and New Zealand. Benefits include a faster, reliable, and secure network. Customers with operations across Australasia will be billed in Australian dollars under a single account.
“In partnership with Telecom New Zealand we can rout traffic from anywhere in New Zealand right throughout Australia on a private network,” Brennan managing director, Dave Stevens, said.
Prior to establishing the POP in New Zealand, it would link A/NZ via an ‘internet style termination’, which Stevens said wasn’t good enough quality.
“We've now made an investment that enables us to offer exactly the same SLAs as we do in Australia, while keeping costs down and performance up,” he said.
Stevens said the network will also see Brennan offer cloud computing services to New Zealand customers.
“They have a few cloud providers over there, but they're not quite as prolific as the Australian providers,” he said.
It has already signed up surf label, Billabong, to use 44 sites in New Zealand. Bags and luggage outlet, Strandbags, also added its New Zealand shops and offices to the Australasian network and lingerie brand, Bendon, has also come on-board.