Gartner Critical Capabilities for Network Services, Asia Pacific
Telstra receives highest score in High-Performance Network Services In the Gartner Critical Capabilities for Network Services Asia Pacific 2018 Report
Optimise your enterprise journey to Hybrid Cloud
To succeed in the digital age, organisations are striving to find the balance of maintaining compliance, whilst enabling innovation. Hybrid Cloud has emerged as the preferred solution. Discover the four stages of Hybrid Cloud adoption.
Is your network flexible enough to support your business’s ambitions?
This on-demand event will show how the Telstra Programmable Network platform easily allows you to control your network, at the click of a button in, near real time.
Business Confidence in the Digital Environment
Creating Transformative Innovation For Banks And Financial Institutions
The first steps towards exponential performance
Discover how legacy businesses need to transform to power exponential growth in financial services with Telstra's latest report.
Denver, CO, USA Capacity North America
Capacity North America
Telstra is a proud sponsor of Capacity North America! Telstra’s own Jim Fagan, Director of Global Products, Global Platforms will be speaking at the event and Telstra will have a meeting room available for your chance to network with our US Wholesale team and discuss how Telstra can elevate your business as the leading carrier in APAC.
Empowering a competitive advantage in foreign exchange tradingFind out more
Empowering a competitive advantage in foreign exchange trading
A use case scenario for Global Financial Trading Solutions
National Mortgage CompanyFind out more
Improving the customer and employee experience through Telstra’s IP VPN
National Mortgage Company (NMC) is a specialist in residential lending and mortgage servicing, with a fast-growing network of customers and partners across Australia. NMC processes over $100 million of loans each month and holds $4 billion in assets under management. The company handles all aspects of the lending and support process in-house, including product development, full loan assessment, and approval through to arranging settlement and providing ongoing support for the duration of the loan.
telkomtelstraFind out more
telkomtelstra was establishing its business in Indonesia and typically setting up IT infrastructure is one of the slowest tasks to complete. This wasn’t the case for telkomtelstra. Working with Telstra meant telkomtelstra didn’t have to physically build anything, and all operations could be set-up and accessed from this core private cloud platform. telkomtelstra was up and running in less than six months, achieving its go-live date with ease.
Bureau of MeteorologyFind out more
The Bureau of Meteorology (Bureau) has been relied on by Australians for weather updates and advisories for more than 100 years.
Through regular forecasts, warnings, monitoring and advice spanning the Australian region and Antarctic territory, the Bureau provides one of the most fundamental and widely used government services in the country. The Bureau maintains a network of offices across seven regions (located within each state and territory capital), as well as field offices on neighbouring islands and across Antarctica.
With such a disparate and remote collection of regional offices, connectivity is essential. The Bureau’s network infrastructure, consisting of a domestic IP network and satellite network, and ability to collect and transfer data in all weather conditions are crucial to providing weather services and warnings to Australians across the country.
Australian Vintage LimitedFind out more
Australian Vintage Limited (AVL), producer of around ten percent of Australia's total wine production per annum, was considering cloud computing to replace their ageing infrastructure and looked to their long-time partner Telstra, to provide the solution.
With a seamless transition to cloud, the ability to scale up and down when needed and cost savings of between fifteen and twenty percent, AVL now enjoys 24/7 engineering support from Telstra, leaving it more time to focus on its core business.