News from Vocus

Vocus buys Stuff Fibre

Vocus has entered an agreement to buy Stuff Fibre, which has 20,000 broadband customers, for an undisclosed sum.

Vocus and Westforce

Building resilience in Financial Services: how Vocus delivered significantly greater bandwidth at an affordable cost, with all-round reassurance about resilience. 

Vocus and CVMS

Cutting CAPEX to invest in service excellence: this case study looks at how CVMS took the leap to the virtual cloud environment with Vocus. 

Vocus Voice: Completing the Microsoft Teams experience.

With the introduction of a voice service fully integrated with Microsoft Teams, telecommunications service provider Vocus is delivering a complete collaboration solution in a single application.

Vocus and YHA.

This Vocus case-study featuring the Youth Hostel Association highlights the importance of a fast, reliable network to geographically remote organisations.

Vocus adds Hawaiki capacity, rolls out a raft of network upgrades

Vocus has added substantial volume of Hawaiki cable capacity to its network, and invested millions in network upgrades, in a move the telco says will greatly benefit its Australian and New Zealand customers.



Vocus to deliver Microsoft Azure cloud solutions in New Zealand

By integrating Azure ExpressRoute into Vocus Albany data centre, Microsoft’s New Zealand customers will soon enjoy direct access to Azure services right here in NZ.



NZ's $1.46B spend on business telco is set for flux

Connectivity Services Report: latest figures from independent market research firm, Perceptive Research, show the majority of NZ's IT and technology decision-makers are looking to change their telco partner. 



IDC's New Zealand Business Innovation Forum 2019: The Year Ahead

Being nimble, agile, and bringing new technology to market, faster - this is the key to succeeding as a challenger company in the massively competitive New Zealand telecommunications market, says Vocus Group NZ CEO Mark Callander.



Better internet is coming: Vocus and Vodafone usher in fibre's unbundled future

“Unbundling fibre will provide retail service providers with a flexible future-proofed platform regardless of what tomorrow brings."



Drawing in the crows the the Tertiary ICT conference

How can technology better enable a diverse future? This was the question posed to the delegates of this year’s Tertiary ICT Conference, held in Christchurch. 

Vocus @ the Canterbury Tech Summit 2018

Watch the videos of our time at the Canterbury Tech Summit this year, where we interviewed some of the leaders in the New Zealand Tech industry. 



Commitment to infrastructure secures the digital future of our region

As Vocus Group marks the completion of the US$170 million Australia Singapore Cable (ASC), chairman Bob Mansfield says the company owns close to 40,000km of fibre, including over 4,200km in NZ, more than 23,000km deployed since 2013 across all of Australia’s mainland states and territories, as well as 11,500km of subsea cables.



Vocus pits ASC into service early as SMW-3 cable fails

The Vocus Australia Singapore Cable (ASC) has been switched on for use ahead of its scheduled 14 September service date, following a major disruption on the Sea-Me-We3 submarine cable between Perth and Singapore.



A Case Study In Innovative Business Outcomes.

Vocus & Hamilton City Council.

New Zealand: a new global leader through excellence in networking infrastructure.

Whitepaper: IDG have written our latest whitepaper, all about investments in networking infrastructure and how this can benefit NZ organisations. 

For the New Zealand market, it is not just about getting fibre to premises – that is already happening. What businesses need are reliable, stable connections, as every hour of downtime can result in significant costs. In addition, these businesses need technology providers that can place an emphasis on efficient support and commercial flexibility and can scale as the business grows. 

Download the full whitepaper below.