Australian digital subscriber line (DSL) provider and Optus offshoot, XYZed has rolled out its network in Melbourne and Brisbane.
The Melbourne network includes three exchanges in the CBD and 24 in metropolitan areas. The company has also announced that the Geelong exchange is being readied for service.
While in Brisbane, 13 exchanges are ready for service including two regional exchanges in Surfers Paradise and Southport.
Stephe Wilks, managing director of XYZed said the network now has a national footprint that reaches approximately 75 per cent of large businesses and corporations within Australia.
The DSL provider has installed 87 exchanges, and expects to roll out more than 100 nationally.