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Optus wins A$115m deal from Australia's immigration department

Thursday, November 5, 2015 - 12:07

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Singtel's Optus Business has signed a A$115 million (S$115.5 million) three-year contract with Australia's Department of Immigration and Border Protection.

SINGTEL'S Optus Business has signed a A$115 million (S$115.5 million) three-year contract with Australia's Department of Immigration and Border Protection.

Under the agreement, Optus will support close to 15,000 IP handsets, more than 1,000 wireless access points and nearly 1,000 LAN switches, CCTV and radio, all supported by a fully integrated and managed help desk.

This is underpinned by Optus's multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) carriage network, satellite communications and mobile data to about 200 sites throughout Australia.

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