Ultrafast Fibre adopts Oz portalJanuary 30 - 11am
Ultrafast Fibre (UFF) has launched its new industry interface, covering New Zealand’s central North Island area.
The telco company says the interface technology being used has been supplied by DGIT, an Australian specialist telecommunications software and services provider.
As one of the four New Zealand Government partners responsible for delivering ultra fast broadband (UFB) to homes and businesses, the agreement sees DGIT supply UFF with its Telflow portal, B2B Gateway and ESB (enterprise service bus) integration.
“Ultrafast Fibre is proud to incorporate DGIT’s Telflow systems which will allow rapid integration between components and existing applications,” says Maxine Elliott, CEO, Ultrafast Fibre.
“The software is perfect for us as we continue to grow our fibre network across the central North Island.
“Residents in our region are amongst the first in New Zealand to access the high speed fibre to the premise service.”
DGIT says their portal provides UFF’s retail service providers with the capabilities to search for and qualify addresses for services, place orders, view order status, raise trouble tickets and book appointments.
The gateway however, the first product of its type to receive NBN Co certification in Australia, will allow New Zealand fast fibre access seekers to deeply integrate their systems with UFF.
“Introducing our Telflow software into the New Zealand market is a milestone,” says Greg Tilton, chairman and CTO, DGIT.
“With our Telflow B2B Gateway technology being used for NBN Co Certification in Australia, and our software having been designed in accordance to TM Forum frameworx and best practice, it provides equivalence for NBN integration in both New Zealand and Australia as well as the growing international markets that are adopting this standards based approach.
“This is good news for NBN Access Seekers [Retail Service Providers] globally.”
The agreement also sees DGIT break in to New Zealand for the first time as an organisation.