Telstra rolls out new core restoration for enhanced resiliency

  • Telstra Wholesale has introduced a new Core Restoration feature for its wavelength services, designed to enhance network resiliency by automatically rerouting traffic during outages.
  • The feature is available on new connections with 100Gbps or 400Gbps bandwidths across six intercapital routes, aimed at reducing downtime and disruption risks.
  • Dipan Patel highlighted the strategic importance of the feature in Telstra’s commitment to providing reliable, high-capacity connectivity solutions.

Innovative resiliency solution

Telstra Wholesale has launched a new Core Restoration feature that provides a more resilient option for high-capacity wavelength services. This software-driven failover automatically reroutes traffic if a disruption occurs, effectively reducing downtime.

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Service availability and specifications

The Core Restoration feature is now accessible for bandwidths of 100Gbps or 400Gbps on new single access Wavelength services along six intercapital routes. It targets customers needing reduced disruption risks and less downtime in the event of network outages.

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Strategic network enhancement

Dipan Patel of Telstra InfraCo discussed the critical role of resilient connectivity in today’s digital landscape. He outlined how the Core Restoration feature not only minimizes disruption but also exemplifies Telstra’s commitment to leveraging its network investments to deliver reliable and high-capacity services to customers.

About Telstra

Telstra is Australia’s leading telecommunications and technology company, offering a full range of communications services and competing in all telecommunications markets.

In AustraliaTelstra provide around 22.5 million retail mobile services and 3.4 million retail bundle and data services. Telstra believe it’s people who give purpose to our technology. That’s why our purpose is to build a connected future so everyone can thrive.

That’s why Telstra strive to serve and know customers better than anyone else – offering a choice of not just digital connection, but digital content as well. Telstra is proud to be helping customers improve the ways in which they live and work through connection.


Fei Wang

Fei Wang, a reporter at BTW media dedicated in Internet Governance and IT infrastructure. She is studying bilingual broadcasting and hosting at Communication University of Zhejiang. Send tips to

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