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ISP Embargo Period for December 2016 / January 2017

Published on December 12, 2016 in ITnews

Friday 9th December 2016 to Monday 9th January 2017

We are fast approaching that time of year again where much of the Telecommunications Industry operates an (ISP Embargo Period) with reduced staff and an imposed embargo period on many aspects of network construction, orders and other activity.

This notification outlines the ISP Embargo Period for December 2016 / January 2017.

Restricted

  • Most customer installations and network construction activity
  • Works by other carriers within ‘their’ embargo periods
  • Network Moves / Add / Changes (MAC Requests)

Not Restricted

  • Fault rectification
  • Capacity changes that can be done with remote configuration which does not require a third party carrier
  • Provision of services where the work required does not conflict with the embargo

Carriers & Datacentres imposing Embargo Periods

NOVA deals with a wide range of carriers.  The following have advised us of an embargo period which falls inline with or within our Embargo Period;

  • Telstra
  • Optus / Uecomm
  • AAPT / TPG Telecom
  • Symbio networks
  • Nextgen
  • Vocus
  • NBNCo
  • Opticomm
  • NextDC
  • Equinix

For any orders submitted during this Embargo Period we will make every effort to progress both new and existing orders during this time that do not require external input or third party services.

If you have any queries or are concerned that this will impact your planned installations or upgrades, please contact your Account Manager on 1300 NOVA iT (6682 48)

Enjoy the Holiday season and we look forward to working with you in 2017.
NOVA iT GROUP

 
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