Posts Tagged: DTS

Introducing Dataview

Introducing Dataview and Free Data Rollover DTS is very excited to bring you news on a new portal we have been working on quietly behind the scenes for a number of months now.         Dataview is our new client portal that replaces NTMS as your source of information on traffic usage levels. But …

DTS To Provide National Network For Internet Access Company

The Internet Access Company (IAC) is one of New Zealand’s premier providers of guest internet services, enabling people throughout New Zealand to gain access to computer services through coin, PIN card and wireless operated sites at over 300 locations nationwide. IAC have chosen DTS to simplify and improve their network model by providing a range …

Why The Slow Progress Selling UFB Services?

I have seen and heard a number of reasons given for slow UFB uptake, but a couple of recent issues we have experienced are worth noting, as a they highlight the fluid and uncertain state of affairs in this space that is making it hard for RSP’s to sell these services to end users. We …

DTS/Chorus UFB Progress

We have been working extensively with Chorus lately to get coverage across the country for UFB services, and as I assume we are not alone in our efforts, I was interested to see Chorus CEO Mark Ratcliffe state that only 200 connections were live across their network so far (report here). This figure includes schools, …

Law Plus Kicks Off

Over the latter part of last week I was lucky enough to attend an extremely well run conference which, in part, involved heading out to Boomrock Lodge for the day on Saturday, which was particularly enjoyable. The conference was the first such event for Law Plus, a fairly new company set up to obtain greater …

DTS Signs Aus/NZ IP Transit Agreement with Vocus

DTS has signed an agreement with Vocus for International IP transit out of New Zealand and Australia which will take effect from the 1st August 2012. Vocus is a great fit for DTS as both companies operate on each side of the Tasman and understand the different requirements each market has. The flexible nature of …