Managed network services provider Vanco will announce an MPLS matrix service next month, continuing the British operator's push into the Australian market.
The new offering will integrate Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) technologies from different carriers and underscores Vanco's vendor independence.
"Part of our offering is that your network is designed for your business drivers, as opposed to a carrier's technology," Vanco Australasia general manager, Grant Ellison, said.
More details on the service will be announced next month.
A "global virtual network operator", Vanco provides WAN services from design stages through to maintenance.
The company competed with carriers trying to sell "up the chain" as well as large outsourcers, Ellison said.
While the company has operated locally since the late 90s, Ellison said recent contracts with multinationals with offices in Sydney had provided a springboard for local expansion.
"We're targetting the top 250 Australian and New Zealand organisations, large multinationals," he said.
Vanco's local operation moved to a new Sydney location in May.
The company planned to increase local staff numbers from 12 to "about 35 over 18 months", Ellison said.
Vanco currently has 13 customers in Australia.