To transmit facilities in Belrose, Sydney in order to service Australia’s rural regions Ursys has partnered with Optus, accordingly to use Optus current satellite capacity including the D2.
Including NT connect Sydney-based Ursys is a provider and designer of satellites based on the data and voice communication. The South Pacific Tsunami Warning Network for Bureau of Metrology, the local Government Association of Northern Territory communities and the National Satellite-based SCADA network for AP group use the NT connect.
The deal will allow Optus D2 access and the transmit facilities in Sydney for the Ursys. Paul Sheridan, VP at Optus satellite mentioned the companies plan to focus on SCADA and unique network industries will be extended by this deal. To meet the demands coming from the market, predominantly where more than just a broadband connection is required, the deep experience of both Ursys and Optus Satellite is building this new association. A similar deal has been made between Optus and RigNet that plans to expand its communication service by exploiting the satellite capacity of the telecom provider. Optus has the highest number of satellites covering Australia and New Zealand.
With the launch of its, SaatSleeve Service Optus claimed 100 percent of Australia.