As the National Broadband Network (NBN) continues to roll out in the next five years, the two decade-old infrastructure of copper wire internet-telephone services, analogue phone lines, ISDN and ADSL services, will be replaced. Telstra ended sales of Integrated Service Digital Network services (ISDN) earlier this year, and will be discontinuing support for ISDN and copper wire services by 2022.
It is the final home-run for copper-based services as Australian businesses are migrating from the ISDN to NBN networks. However, with such a transition and large-scale re-adjustment of infrastructure, comes growing pains, especially for small to medium-sized businesses. This can include generalised implementation of services that overlook important details, fluctuating internet speeds, changing costs, and competing and confusing messages from Internet Service Providers (ISPs).
Before you are prompted by Telstra and other franchise carriers, we recommend you get in touch with Systemnet. Large carriers won’t understand the nuances of your company’s needs. As a trusted IT provider, we are able to understand the bigger picture of your business network and provide specialised support that will save you money in the long run.
Contact us today to ease the headaches that will come with the NBN rollout.