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Connecting across Australia

Improved telecommunication is helping one health services provider deliver vital care to Australians in remote communities.

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Telstra’s communications network, including IP telephony and WAN connection, is helping the Royal Flying Doctor Service deliver medical services to remote Australians spread across 7 million km2.

  • The Whispir platform has reduced call out time for crews who can connect with the operations centre to acknowledge receipt of activation messages.
  • The IP network supports RFDS operations with fibre connections and Next G Network backup, ensuring constant connection.

As the RFDS expands operations reliable communications networks are essential. Find out how Telstra technology is helping meet the healthcare needs of remote Australians.

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