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Connectivity, COVID, and Chapter 11s: What we’ve learned from 2020
15/12/2020

2020 has been a year like no other. But whilst COVID-19 has stolen our time and attention, at Orion we have achieved a lot in the last 12 months. From award-winning customer deployments, network upgrades and new solutions, when it comes to connectivity, 2020 has had many highlights. A fiery start to the year  Australia’s start to 2020 was tough. With major

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Connectivity, COVID, and Chapter 11s: What we’ve learned from 2020
Connectivity, COVID, and Chapter 11s: What we’ve learned from 2020
Why SD-WAN is a game-changer for network resilience
16/11/2020

If your organisation depends on connectivity to maintain operations, you must ensure you have strong network resilience. To ensure your connectivity infrastructure provides the necessary uptime, it is important to be aware of new and developing technologies, and the impact they have on the solutions available. One relatively recent innovation that is changing the network

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Why SD-WAN is a game-changer for network resilience
Why SD-WAN is a game-changer for network resilience
Why the annual Christmas period shutdown is the ideal opportunity to review and assess your connectivity
16/11/2020

It’s early December and across the country, the mercury is rising. The combination of the heat, Cyclone season and a common desire for staff to spend time with family over the Christmas period sees many resources sites move to essential staff only. With sites commonly found in arid and hot areas like Western Australia and

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Why the annual Christmas period shutdown is the ideal opportunity to review and assess your connectivity
Why the annual Christmas period shutdown is the ideal opportunity to review and assess your connectivity
Choosing the right provider: The questions to ask and pitfalls to avoid when in need of satellite communication for mining projects
26/10/2020

Both geo-remote connectivity and critical connectivity are important considerations within mining and supporting organisations. However, the role they play varies not only from project to project but also throughout each part of the project lifecycle. With large and small projects alike connectivity can often become an afterthought and get lost within the other elements to

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Choosing the right provider: The questions to ask and pitfalls to avoid when in need of satellite communication for mining projects
Choosing the right provider: The questions to ask and pitfalls to avoid when in need of satellite communication for mining projects
When your connection can’t fail, you need to ensure it won’t!
14/10/2020

We live in a connected world but for some organisations, their day to day operations depend on remaining connected 24 hours a day, seven days a week. At Orion, we refer to this as critical connectivity.  Major infrastructure such as hospitals and the healthcare system, state transport systems and emergency services all rely on critical

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When your connection can’t fail, you need to ensure it won’t!
When your connection can’t fail, you need to ensure it won’t!
Choosing the right provider: How to identify a connectivity partner in the government sector
06/08/2020

When it comes to connectivity, every organisation and government department has different needs. Likewise, every provider offers different services and solutions. This can make procurement processes harder, due to not being able to compare apples to apples. Government departments can find it especially difficult to identify the right connectivity partner. This is a result of

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Choosing the right provider: How to identify a connectivity partner in the government sector
Choosing the right provider: How to identify a connectivity partner in the government sector
Orion upgrade signals major investment by leading satellite provider
27/07/2020

An innovative digital transformation and next generation systems upgrade being rolled out by Orion Satellite Systems represents the latest step in the company’s ongoing expansion, which will see $3 million invested in boosting network, product and staff support capability over the next six to 12 months. Orion Satellite Systems Managing Director, Shannon Fisher, said the

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Orion upgrade signals major investment by leading satellite provider
Orion upgrade signals major investment by leading satellite provider
Why you need to look at usage peaks and troughs when planning your bandwidth and connectivity budget
26/06/2020

Do you understand what you are paying for when you sign up to a certain amount of bandwidth? More often than not, businesses purchase bandwidth based on a predetermined budget. Whilst this may seem like a sensible approach, the outcome generally leads to the business either discovering they don’t have enough bandwidth and needing to

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Why you need to look at usage peaks and troughs when planning your bandwidth and connectivity budget
Why you need to look at usage peaks and troughs when planning your bandwidth and connectivity budget
The importance of network resilience: Why you need bandwidth from two different satellites to ensure a reliable disaster recovery plan
26/05/2020

As the global economy continues to stammer through a period of rapid and dramatic change, satellite connectivity providers have not been immune to the ramifications. In April, Shannon Fisher, Managing Director, IPSTAR ANZ (encompassing Orion) highlighted these challenges and impacts in a LinkedIn article, Satellite broadband bankruptcy filings a timely lesson for industry and customers.

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The importance of network resilience: Why you need bandwidth from two different satellites to ensure a reliable disaster recovery plan
The importance of network resilience: Why you need bandwidth from two different satellites to ensure a reliable disaster recovery plan
The importance of critical communications for the mental health of remote and isolated workers
21/04/2020

In 2019 the West Australian Government launched a code of practice, the first of its kind, to address concerns around remote and isolated workers, specifically fly-in fly out (FIFO) staff. The mental health of FIFO workers had been a focal point for the state for some time, with more than 60,000 people in West Australia

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The importance of critical communications for the mental health of remote and isolated workers
The importance of critical communications for the mental health of remote and isolated workers

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