Primus inks two-year agreement with Keller Australia

Primus inks two-year agreement with Keller Australia

The $500,000 deal constitutes maintaining and upgrading data and video services for Keller’s Australian operations

M2 Telecommunications Group’s wholly-owned subsidiary Primus Telecom has struck a two-year deal with ground engineering services company Keller Australia to maintain and upgrade its data and video services for Keller’s Australian operations.

The “half–million-dollar” agreement includes the deployment of a national HD video conferencing system, further extending the ten year relationship between Primus and Keller Australia, according to a statement by M2.

Primus manages a national multi protocol label switching network to help integrate data and video traffic for Keller’s 17 sites across Australia into a single common platform.

“We are confident that our new national HD video conferencing system will deliver real savings to both our bottom line and time spent, enabling us to devote more resources to growing our Australian business,” Keller Australia communications specialist, Thomas McKnight, said in the statement.

Keller’s head office has access of 10Mbps and is built on Metro Ethernet technology. Its regional offices are connected to Primus Telecom equipment and also have bandwidths up to 10Mbps. The network has support round the clock every year.

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