Voyager news stories
Voyager begins countrywide 100 gigabit network upgrade
Voyager Internet says with recent fibre speed upgrades and ever-increasing data usage the 100G upgrade is needed to provide fast, reliable broadband.
Broadband and voice solutions help New Zealand escape rooms thrive
There’s nothing puzzling about loving puzzles, especially if you’ve ever experienced the joy of escape rooms.
New Zealand IT wholesaler finds success with lasting partnership
Not too many IT providers can say they’ve never churned a single customer, but Sri - an NZ-based wholesale telecommunications & IT provider – is able to say just that.
The Kiwi CMS provider harnessing cloud power to serve the healthcare sector
The New Zealand health and disability sector comprises many support providers that care for Kiwis with special requirements. They also manage a lot of data - so how do they do it?
VoIP / SIP
Voyager launches customer experience squad for flagship VoIP solution
The updated solution will focus on improving customer interactions, behind the scenes operations, and system improvements.
How a NZ business keeps staff connected and productive across the country
Voyager struggled with keeping everyone in the business on the same page even before the lockdown. But it got a lot easier when they started using a simple, crucial tool.
Voyager Internet acquires Kiwi telco HD Net
"Voyager is a customer of the HD data centre in the same way as any other customer would be.”
How voice solutions can help the transition to remote work
Voice solutions such as VoIP can help during COVID-19 and beyond.
Kiwi businesses taking the lead in fibre adoption
A NZ company says Kiwi businesses are right at the top globally when it comes to fibre adoption, but for reasons beyond faster broadband.
Telco services the next frontier for IT providers cementing client relationships
As MSPs, companies would incur a reoccurring revenue and have a stronger relationship with clients as they would be offering several services to them.
Data Centre Interconnection
Cumulus Networks expands into data centre interconnect market
The Telecom Infra Project (TIP) Summit is currently under way in Santa Clara, California – and has already yielded some big news.
Pizza from New York: The fibre story
Voyager’s Dave Porteous looks at fibre’s history and where it’s going – and the economic benefits it brings the New Zealand economy.
Voyager hits back at AWOL telco…
"It’s very disappointing for us to be accused of customer "theft", when we have simply been placed in a very awkward position by a virtually abandoned business."
Kiwi fury as telco goes AWOL…
Kiwis have been left incensed today as domain name reseller 24/7 Hosting NZ appears to have gone AWOL.
The simple but effective way to conquer the NZ tech space...
"I’m no Steve Jobs," laughs Seeby Woodhouse, the Voyager founder currently ripping up the Internet Service Provider market in New Zealand.
Voyager bags big broadband download speed win
Voyager was the standout performer in the latest TrueNet Broadband Report, with the growing Internet Service Provider’s VDSL measuring at 2.5 seconds download speed.
Base-2 declares war on Solarix’s comfy position
National cloud system integrator Base-2 is said to be gunning for Solarix’s Managed WAN customers.
Don't wait for fibre, businesses should adopt VDSL now
Auckland based ISP Voyager believes businesses shouldn't wait for the UFB rollout
OpenHost's sexy play for Net24 customers
Hosting company makes bid to snatch clients following the Seeby purchase.
Seeby snaps up Orcon's Ripper salesman
The recently expanded Voyager group has hired some key talent to grow its wholesale business.
Voyager's VDSL venture
High-speed option offers bridge for businesses who don't want to wait for UFB.
Enable announces 24 RSP deals
Christchurch businesses spoilt for choice as UFB is rolled out.
Seeby is back with purchase of Net24
Acquisition signals a serious expansion strategy for Orcon founder Seeby Woodhouse, following 18 months quietly re-growing the Voyager brand.