AussieHQ inks capacity deal with Vocus

 

Covers hosting firm’s three brands.

Web host AussieHQ has connected redundant gigabit uplinks to the Vocus IP network at its Sydney and Canberra sites.

The high-capacity IP transit services deal brought "additional capacity to the AussieHQ network", which provided connectivity to the AussieHQ, Hosting Shop and Jumba businesses.

"The primary reason we chose Vocus was their capability and commitment to accommodating our rapidly growing IP requirements," AussieHQ chief Michael McGoogan said.

"[The uplinks allow] us the flexibility to scale our connectivity at each site and network-wide on demand."


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