Aqura Technologies Signs Multi-year Managed Services Contract to Support BHP WA Iron Ore Village Networks
Aqura Technologies has secured a new agreement to provide Managed Services Support for BHP West Australian Iron Ore (WAIO) accommodation village entertainment networks across 9 sites.
Aqura’s in-house team will provide managed support services for village entertainment network and Wi-Fi access across BHP WAIO village accommodation rooms and public areas.
The contract awards leverages the significant internal investment undertaken by Aqura over recent periods to develop leading edge Content Access Networks As a Service solutions. These provide capability to generate multiyear managed services frameworks with clients across a range of sectors whilst delivering best of breed user experiences replicating their at-home experience in a remote setting.
Travis Young, Aqura Technologies’ Chief Executive stated that the engagement was a significant recognition of Aqura’s capability and skills in the delivery and efficient operation of large-scale networks and further solidifies the company’s strategic transition to a product and service-based business.
“This engagement continues a highly successful relationship supporting BHP’s In-room Communications and Entertainment Solution (IRCES) which saw Aqura upgrade over 12,000 rooms to provide high quality connectivity access for their workers when they are away from home,” says Young.
“We are proud to continue supporting BHP who have further shown their commitment to local businesses with this 3-year engagement to ensure the IRCES network continues to deliver reliable and cost-effective access for many years to come.”
In addition to supporting camp networks, Aqura is a specialist in the design and delivery of large-scale Managed Wi-Fi, Distribution networks (Fibre-optic & DOCSIS), MATV (free to air TV) and Network management platforms which integrate to provide a seamless, and positive user experience.
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