Why Telstra for Software-Defined Solutions and Managed Network Services
Adjust your network to respond to changing demands
Carrier-grade connectivity globally, burstable bandwidth options and flexible contract terms for a network that adapts to your needs, scale them as things change. Consume multi-network services from a single vendor for simpler management.
Leverage our network for your competitive edge
Over 400,000 km of cable length, 36 Programmable Network (SDN) PoPs. 26 submarine cable systems —one of the largest subsea cable networks in APAC, and global reach to 2,000 PoPs in 230+ countries. We are now operate data networks in 39 key cities and six data centres through our joint venture Telstra PBS in mainland China.
End-to-end view for better performance
Telstra can give you more visibility of your IT systems and structures. Managing your IT becomes simpler with technology and services offered as a complete, integrated solution with one port of call for support.
Expertise to match your business needs
Draw on the experience of our global experts and business partners who can help you build and complete integrated solutions, whatever your requirements.
Discover more insights from across our teams
How tomorrow's data centre is adapting to changing needs
Changing organisational requirements have had an enormous impact on what businesses need from their data centres – and data centres have adapted to meet them.
A Zero Preventable Downtime framework helps | Telstra US
Unplanned application downtime can have a devastating impact on businesses, with an estimated cost of between $1.25 billion to $2.5 billion per year, according to an IDC survey of Fortune 1000 companies.
How SD-WAN helps your business thrive in the new normal
A reliable, secure and flexible network is one of the primary enablers of change. Many organisations are once again putting a priority on network transformation, and are looking to solutions like software-defined wide area networks (SD-WAN) to help tune their business network for peak performance.
Deploying SD-WAN for the first time? Four pitfalls to avoid
Throughout 2020, the focus was not only on digital transformation, but on digital acceleration. Combined with globalisation and users demanding better digital experiences, businesses are looking to technology to drive agility, flexibility and cost efficiency.