Symbio Networks Acquires Carrier Access Code Monday 15 March 2010 @ 12:18

We are proud to announce Symbio Networks has acquired a Carrier Access Code (CAC), which will allow us to interconnect our VoIP network directly with the traditional Tier 1 Carriers in Australia. Once the CAC is deployed later this year, it will bring Symbio's VoIP network capabilities on-par with the existing Tier 1 and Tier 2 voice carriers in Australia.

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Symbio Networks Winner of Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific Monday 01 February 2010 @ 11:07

We are proud to announce Symbio Networks is a winneDeloiette Fast 500 Asia Pacific Awardr in Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific program.

The program recognizes technology companies that have achieved the fastest rates of annual revenue growth in Asia Pacific during the past three years.  

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Symbio Commences Build of National Aggregation Network in Australia Monday 14 December 2009 @ 13:16


We are proud to announce that we have commenced building our National IP aggregation network through-out Australia. Our national network will reach all the capital cities (except Darwin). "The purpose of this network is to provide low latency, high quality transport for VoIP traffic, to and from Symbio's Wholesale VoIP customers" commented Rene Sugo, Symbio's Technical Director.

In a recent customer survey, our customers indicated that quality and reliability was paramount from their Wholesale VoIP suppliers. The new network that we are building will allow us to reach our customers, wherever they are in Australia on our own quality-controlled IP network, allowing us to ensure the highest level of Quality-of-Service for their voice traffic.

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Symbio as Finalis in 2009 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Awards Monday 26 October 2009 @ 14:00


Symbio Networks is proud to announce we ranked 42  for the Technology Fast 50 Australian 2009 winners.

The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 is a programme that acknowledges 50 companies, public or private, based who are the fastest-growing within the Australian technology industry. The finalists are selected based on annual percentage revenue growth over the past three years (2007-2009).

The inclusion of Symbio as one of the fastest growing technology companies in 2009 is a recognition of the company's consistent expansion and solid performance.

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stratus-entice-solutions-power-a-new-generation-of-business-growth-for-australia-s-symbio-networks Thursday 01 October 2009 @ 13:00

Case Study (Stratus Telecommunications)



Sydney, Australia-based Symbio Networks provides managed and wholesale Voice over IP (VoIP) services based on the Stratus Telecommunications ENTICETM
(Emerging Networks Telecommunications Infrastructure Control Environment) Session Controller (E-SC) and the ENTICE Class 5 server. The company offers highly reliable, superior quality voice calls plus a wider array of business and consumer-class features than competitors to customers in the Asia Pacific Rim area.
Symbio manages services from its operations center in Sydney, where six ENTICE E-SC platforms aggregate incoming VoIP traffic and form the company's core voice network. Each ENTICE platform supports a different aspect of the company's operation (for example, wholesale or managed services). The Sydney center connects to numerous points of presence (PoPs) and collocation centers throughout Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore. Dialogic media gateways connected to the ENTICE platforms support media delivery and perform signaling.

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Monday 07 September 2009 @ 00:00

Symbio Networks Pty Ltd, the leading wholesale and managed VoIP services provider in Australia and New Zealand, announces today that they are expanding their network and services into Asia with the deployment of their Point of Presence (POP) in Singapore which will offer live services in October 2009.


After many months of planning and market analysis, Symbio successfully obtained a Services Based Operator license from the Singaporean regulatory body, the IDA, and will provide direct termination services into key destinations throughout South-East Asia for carriers and service providers via SIP or H323 VoIP-interconnect.


Symbio Networks have an established reputation for the high-quality and reliability of their VoIP network and services in Australia and New Zealand, and will look to take advantage of this along with their experience in building and operating these networks to provide more opportunities for carriers and service providers to obtain these services from Symbio within the region.


Alastair Slattery Symbio's Wholesale Manager stated "VoIP and IP services in general have experienced massive growth over recent years as the technologies have matured and the global communications market becomes increasingly IP-focussed - we understand these technologies better than anyone, and have the skills and experience to build and operate these networks". Alastair continued "We are looking forward to the new challenges and opportunities that will arise as a result of us offering our services within Singapore and the region in general. We have identified an opportunity for high-quality wholesale VoIP providers in the region and believe we can service this market better than it is currently being serviced".


Symbio chose to build in Singapore as it is one of the key traffic hubs in Asia.


Symbio's Singapore POP will be deployed at the Equinix Singapore Internet Business Exchange. Symbio will initially provide direct terminating routes into Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines, in addition to the current directs within Australia and New Zealand.


At a time when many international operators are cutting back on investment, Symbio continues to invest in their network. "The investment we have committed to in building our Asian presence has come as a result of much due diligence and market analysis. Our networks achieve excellent economies of scale; as a result of sound engineering proficiency. We are additionally continuing to invest in our existing network in Australia and New Zealand as a result of strong organic growth. We foresee further future expansion and investment as our international footprint becomes more established".


Symbio Networks will be attending the upcoming Asian Carriers Conference in the Philippines (9th - 12th September) and will use this forum to discuss formal interconnect agreements with prospective customers.


About Symbio Networks Pty Ltd

Symbio Networks provides full turnkey services, specialising in designing, deploying and managing Next Generation Networks for the competitive telecommunications market in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. With a strong focus on wholesale VoIP and IP communications, Symbio has developed a reputation for providing superior voice quality and network reliability across their voice network, and is the largest SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) aggregator within Australia and New Zealand.


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Tuesday 18 August 2009 @ 00:00

Symbio Networks will be attending the 5th Asian Carrier Conference (ACC) held at the Shangri-La's Mactan Resort and Spa, Cebu, Philippines on 9-12 September, 2009.

The 5th ACC theme "Pushing the Boundaries for Wholesale Carriers: Finding the Silver Lining in the IP Cloud." encourage telecommunications industry players to go beyond the boundaries of traditional business and exploit opportunities in the IP space. The 5th ACC is throwing the challenge to wholesale carriers to work closely together and realize revenue streams available over the internet. For more information on the conference visit ACC

To arrange to meet up with Symbio representatives at ACC, please email us at

5th Asian Carrier Conference

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Monday 10 August 2009 @ 00:00

Symbio Networks, Australia's leading VoIP and managed service provider, recently announced the development of an IPDN compliance solution, further extending the value added services Symbio bring to the Australian telecommunications industry.

To ensure the accuracy and security of public information ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority) recently sent a letter to all Australian VoIP service providers stating that they must comply with the regulatory obligations around population of the Integrated Public Number Database (IPND).

Symbio Networks have developed a solution to enable all service providers on the Symbio Managed VoIP Platform (MVP) with Symbio-assigned Direct-In-Dial (DID) numbers, an interface to upload their customer data to the IPND.

The Symbio IPND solution benefits service providers as they are able to quickly and easily update their customer information, improving their data accuracy and keeping customer information compliant to regulations. This solution is available NOW!


For more information about how to take advantage of this solution or to port your Australian DID's to Symbio, please contact your account manager or send an email to

Symbio Networks IPND Compliance Solution

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Tuesday 04 August 2009 @ 00:00

Symbio Networks attending AusNOG Conference 2009

Symbio Networks will be attending the AusNOG Conference held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney on August 31 and September 1, 2009.

The AusNOG conference provides an excellent opportunity for face to face networking with your peers in the Australian ISP community and beyond. For more information on the conference visit AusNOG


To arrange to meet up with Symbio Networks please email

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Monday 03 August 2009 @ 00:00

Symbio complete Optus Bigfoot integration into SONAR OSS and BSS platform

Symbio Networks recently completed the successful integration of the Optus Bigfoot network with their proprietary SONAR OSS and BSS platform and managed ISP network solution.

The integration allows Symbio Networks to offer whitelabel ADSL2+ services to Internet Service Providers (ISP's) on Symbio's managed platform (MVP), provided they are existing Optus Bigfoot wholesale customers. The addition of the ability to offer these services provides more ‘value-add' to the Symbio managed platform, further contributing to it being recognised as one of the leading managed converged services networks within Australia and New Zealand.

This whitelabel ISP offering is an application of Symbio's ISP network solution, entirely designed, engineered and integrated by Symbio Networks and is capable of interfacing with other wholesale aggregation networks in different markets around the world provided a well structure B2B interface is defined.

The ADSL network Symbio built includes full B2B integration from Optus to the Symbio SONAR OSS and BSS system for management of ADSL2+ and symmetric DSL services.

SONAR - a billing, operational and management software solution for telecommunications service providers is proprietary to Symbio Networks and a result of years of ongoing development by their in-house research and development team. SONAR offers a flexible environment for internet service providers to allocate maximum upload and download speeds, on and off peak data quotas and pricing schemes, giving service providers a flexible framework for their data rating services.

The Symbio ISP solution is proven, with live ADSL2+ services now being offered by Symbio's managed platform customers. These customers may take advantage of Symbio's excellence in engineering and designing the latest converged service solutions.

Symbio Networks specialises in designing, deploying and managing Next Generation Networks for the competitive telecommunications market in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, allowing service providers, carriers and operators to deliver high quality next generation services to their customers. Symbio has three main areas to their business operation: Managed Services, Systems Engineering and Software Development. Symbio is dedicated in ensuring their solutions remain at the leading edge of the telecommunications industry.

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