Kordia has sold Orcon, its residential and business ISP.
Kordia and Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) have signed a new, 11-year contract which will see Kordia retained to supply maritime distress and safety communications services via Kordia’s Maritime Operations Centre (MOC) in Wellington.
New Zealand Telecommunications Forum launches the inaugural business leaders’ conference – MindStorm
Kordia New Zealand is the first company in New Zealand to achieve Microsoft Lync 2013 certification for business SIP service– delivered over its OnKor WAN.
Geoff Hunt leaves a refocused Kordia after eight years as Group CEO.
Edward Minnell may not be able to leap tall buildings in a single bound but to Wanganui primary school students and teachers he really is a true Superhero.
Combined business – Kordia New Zealand – positioned for strong growth
In a nation-wide first for Kordia and business internet provider One Fibre, the ISP has successfully connected a retail customer to the UFB network through Kordia’s new Business Connect Light service.
On Sunday morning, Kordia engineers will begin the first of a series of nationwide switch-overs from analogue to digital television.
Kordia has delivered an outstanding full year result to June 2012, with revenue up 35% on FY11 from $295m to $399m, and 30% ahead of budget.
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