Fixed wireless and wholesale infrastructure service provider Swoop (ASX:SWP) has announced the imminent rollout of their ground-breaking millimetre wave network. Swoop is one of Australia’s leading internet service providers with a focus on regional Australia.
It has over 30,000 services, 15,500 of which are fixed wireless, making it the largest fixed wireless provider in the country. In WA, Swoop operates under the infrastructure provider NodeOne and has existing infrastructure. The millimetre wave network, set to rollout in Q1 of FY2023, is characterised by multiple micropops providing superior speeds to an area.
What will mmWave network offer Aussie businesses?
The first roll out will be targeted at areas of Osborne Park, Balcatta and Malaga and will provide coverage to around 5,000 businesses with services of up to 1Gbps, an increase in cost-effective, high-speed bandwidth. Swoop CEO Alex West says the project will set the precedent for Fixed Wireless services and bring affordable high-speed services to businesses.
“The rollout of mmWave Fixed Wireless will bring major advantages to Australian businesses, allowing them access to very high-speed internet at extremely affordable pricing. We are looking forward to building on this initial phase and announcing more coverage areas soon”
How can partners best leverage Swoop’s offering?
Swoop also announced the launch of the new Swoop Channel, bringing together the best in breed elements of their wholesale, reseller and business partner models along with their new channel portal. CRO, Sean Clarke says with the ongoing integration of our acquisitions, this was the next step in offering a new standardized offering to our partners across the country.
“The Swoop Channel provides our partners access to Swoop’s wide range of products in one simple portal, with the flexibility to transact how our partners want to. With a dedicated national channel support team combined with our local account management model, we look forward to welcoming new partners to join the Swoop family,” Sean Clarke commented.