About Vocus Communications
Vocus Communications is a leading supplier of telecommunications, data centre and high bandwidth connectivity solutions in Australia and New Zealand.
Vocus Communications (ASX:VOC) was founded by James Spenceley in March 2008. The company owns and operates a global telecommunications network connecting Australia and New Zealand to the global Internet backbone in the USA and utilises its domestic network to provide telecommunications services to ISP and telecommunications markets. Vocus’ additional telecommunications services also include data centre storage and dark fibre solutions.
Vocus is run by a team of highly skilled technicians who pride themselves on extensive experience designing and building carrier networks. The executive team and board of directors have a broad range of skills, with over 70 years combined experience in owning, operating and advising in the telecommunications and business sectors.
Vocus listed on the ASX in July 2010. In December 2010 Vocus acquired Data Centre provider E3 Networks. Then in March 2011 acquired Perth Data Centre Perth iX increasing it’s Data Centre coverage in Australia. In April 2011 Vocus acquired the assets of Melbourne based Dark Fibre provider Digital River Networks. The most recent acquisitions are Maxnet Limited in May 2012 and Ipera Communications in December 2012.