We're proud of our network. Let us show you how it works.
Our network map shows backhaul links, transit/peering, and Points of Presence (PoPs).
The Aussie Broadband network in all its glory
This network map shows you our infrastructure as of January 2023, including our backhaul links, peering/transit, and Points of Presence. Our network design and structure is continually evolving, and we're always looking into expanding and enhancing our network.
International capacity links with heaps of capacity
It's called the world wide web for a reason, and with capacity on both legs of Endeavour and the Hawaiki Cable system to San Jose and Los Angeles, as well as the Vocus Australia Singapore Cable and Indigo west, we'll make sure your international connection is always on.
We have established points of presence at Coresite SV1 in San Jose, Coresite One Wilshire in Los Angeles, and Equinix SG1 in Singapore.
Backing our backhaul
Our Australia-wide network has protected 100G links to all nbn POI's. Our current network includes 800G backbone between POPs within the same state, 800G between Melbourne and Sydney, 100G between Perth and Sydney, 100G between Perth and Melbourne, 800G between Sydney and Brisbane, 100G between Adelaide and Sydney, 100G between Adelaide and Melbourne, and 100G between Adelaide and Perth. All links are on diverse paths.
Our current peering partners include:
Having a direct partnership with these partners ensures that you get the bandwidth you need from the service you are using - for example, when that latest Counter-strike patch drops on Valve's servers, or the new season of Stranger Things hits Netflix.