Telstra Launches New Suite of Enterprise Network Products

Telstra last week launched Adaptive Networks, a new suite of Enterprise network products that will change the way business customers think about data connectivity.


A key part of Telstra’s T22 strategy to build simplicity and flexibility into its products, Adaptive Networks will see Telstra release new solutions including:

 – Adaptive Connectivity: Flexible month-to-month, no-lock-in contracts with a choice of network and connectivity options, allowing customers to adapt their technology at speed as their needs change. Phase one of Adaptive Connectivity, includes Telstra fibre access, Private networks and a range of internet options, including Telstra Internet Direct Premium Adapt and Telstra Internet Direct Lite Adapt, with new NBN options to be introduced in December. Next year, the addition of Telstra 4G and 5G mobile integration will introduce enterprise-grade rapid start connectivity and further boost network resiliency, as well as offer wireless-only solutions.

 – Adaptive SD-WAN: Investment in Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) capabilities to help customers harness the potential of hybrid networking, and smart integration of 4G and 5G with fixed networks. Through deep partnerships with the leading SD-WAN providers, Cisco SD-WAN and Meraki, and VMware VeloCloud, Telstra has created industry-leading Adaptive SD-WAN solutions to suit a broad range of customers, from mid-market to large enterprise, with new technology and simple solutions continuing to roll-out over the next 12 months.

 – Adaptive Core Networks: Investment in Telstra’s core networks, including expansion of Telstra’s flagship Next IP fibre network, Telstra Programmable Network, NBN connectivity and 5G to enable a move toward API-based flexible IT infrastructure. This brings together the trusted connectivity of the largest private fibre network in Australia and the speed and capacity of Australia’s best mobile network, with ongoing investment in next generation technologies.On top of Telstra’s multi-billion-dollar investment in its core networks, Telstra is also developing an edge compute environment leveraging Telstra fibre and 4G/5G network capabilities with a range of technology partners.

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