OK Magazine Australia has introduced wireless broadband to accommodate all the big glossy pictures of A-list stars required to deliver the latest in celebrity news.
Previously downloads were a frustrating experience for the magazine. However, the new wireless connection from BigAir runs at 4 Mb/4 Mb.
Channel partner, Nexus IT, provided integration services and the company's director, Sean Murphy, said downloads at the magazine's Sydney office is now a breeze.
Nexus IT has led many assignments including VLAN and infrastructure implementation and implements BigAir services, from 2Mbps to 100Mbps.
"Wireless broadband is an affordable, high speed alternative to traditional terrestrial solutions such as SHDSL and fibre with the additional bonus of being able to compliment existing traditional services with a wireless redundant link," Murphy said.
BigAir marketing director, Matt McGuire, said the telco provides services over three wireless networks in Australia and also operates a fixed wireless network in Sydney.
It is the largest provider of customer services on the iBurst mobile wireless network and also provides services on the Unwired network which has coverage in Sydney and Melbourne.
- Sandra Rossi