Regional telecom firm FSG scores $1.2 million deal NSW Office of Sport

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Regional Aussie telco Field Solutions Group wins a tender valued at $1.2 million through which it will supply managed connectivity services for the NSW Sport Office. Under this 3-year contract, the regional telecom company is to supply its services to 20 sites across rural and metropolitan NSW via its FSG Regional Australia Network and NBN’s Enterprise Ethernet and Business Satellite services.

FSG says combining these three networks can deploy a carrier-agnostic managed network solution to the government as well as enterprise Australia wide.

More about FSG and the service deal 

FSG has already begun delivering its services to NSW Office of Sport and it is expected to finish by May 2021. CEO of FSG, Andrew Roberts says their network is a perfect fit to deploy and deliver symmetric services to this NSW government department in remote areas.

Roberts adds that FSG doesn’t only have the network in these areas but its staff is also based in regional areas. This ensures uninterrupted delivery support and services in events of disruption.

This tender win for Field Solutions Group comes months after it scored $650,000 in Federal funding back in April this year to build and improve its network coverage in areas such as Narromine.

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About the regional telco Field Solutions Group

Field Solutions Group (FSG) is a New South Wales-based regional telecom firm that offers its services via three networks – Regional Access Network, National Broadband Network (NBN) Enterprise Ethernet and Business NBN Satellite.

Its government offerings include Field Rural Fabric and Rural Reach. It serves residential areas with its NBN Home Internet and Rural Reach services. Finally, it caters its B2B clients through Regional Access Network, NBN and IP Transit. 

Its long list of clients includes University of New South Wales, ACC, ComOps, The University of Sydney, Transport for NSW, Enzumo and Hydro Tasmania. NSW Office of Sport is the 3rd government agency to use the telco services of FSG after the NSW Department of Transport and NSW TAFE.

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