Kordia delivers a mobile coverage solution to rural Victoria
Kordia goes underground and comes up with happy customers
Kordia broadcast rigging traineeship completes its first year
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Kordia delivers a mobile coverage solution to rural Victoria The Federal Government’s Mobile Black Spot Programme is one of the largest expansions of mobile coverage in rural and regional Australia.
Kordia goes underground and comes up with happy customers The Sydney Airport underground railway line was in need of a mobile coverage upgrade. The original distributed antenna system (DAS) technology used by Australian mobile carriers had to be replaced to accommodate the latest frequency channels and come up with improved coverage that Sydney rail commuters required.
Kordia broadcast rigging traineeship completes its first year During August 2016 two industry professionals completed Kordia’s first national rigging traineeship programme.
Kordia innovation upgrading high voltage transmission towers Faced with the repair and upgrade of the tower footings of a 22,000 volt (high voltage) overhead transmission line to meet system design life, our customer required an innovative yet practical solution.
Replacement of 33,000 computers nationwide without disrupting banking operations? Too easy. Westpac Bank Australia, in association with ICT partner IBM and the help of national technical field services supplier – Kordia, embarked on a major computer upgrade project that required the replacement of 33,000 computers without impacting on banking operations or customers.
Desktop expertise is always at Kordia’s finger tips. Kordia completed an ambitious eight week desktop refurbishment project for IBM and Westpac, deploying an army of technicians around the clock to meet the tight timelines and technical hurdles.
Expertise delivers complex and unforgiving large scale infrastructure re-purposing project. Broadcast Australia on behalf of the Australian Government initiated an ambitious project to free up television spectrum to accommodate additional spectrum required by mobile phone networks across Australia.
Vodafone Fiji gets help from Kordia’s ‘network doctor’. When Vodafone Fiji experienced dropped calls and poor call quality due to the overwhelming customer response from its recent marketing campaign, Kordia’s ‘network doctor’ was on hand to provide the right remedy.
Fast delivery of high speed network successfully implemented in time for Cricket World Cup Stadium. In October 2014, Kordia began a four-stage project to deliver a Hybrid DAS IBC system for the newly developed Adelaide Oval.
Robust maritime monitoring creates ripple effect. Riding on the back of Kordia’s successful High Frequency (HF) monitoring of the 2008 Sydney to Hobart Race, Kordia extended its monitoring expertise to the Audi Sydney Offshore Newcastle Race.
Safer sailing at 2008 Sydney to Hobart Race, thanks to Kordia. Kordia played a supporting role at the 2008 Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race by monitoring the high frequencies used by the entire fleet.
Doing business at sea. In August 2000 Kordia was contracted by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) to design, build, operate and fully maintain special high frequency (HF) radio communications sites.
Making inroads into the rail sector. Kordia is making inroads into the rail sector, with the successful completion of two networks at the upgraded Parramatta Railway Station and Chatswood Transport Interchange in New South Wales.
Kordia rises to SDH upgrade challenge. Vodafone Australia required a major Synchronised Digital Hierarchy (SDH) fibre network upgrade throughout Australia’s capital cities to support demand for increased mobile capacity.
Reconfigure thousands of mobile base stations with minimal impact to users. Part and parcel of operating mobile networks is to change how base stations are configured. This challenge faced Kordia’s Engineering team in 2008. The project, completed ahead of schedule, was implemented across Australia’s Vodafone GSM network.
Come rain or shine, Kordia meets tight project deadlines. Kordia’s Enterprise Services team faced wild storms and floods as it completed a robust national Internet Protocol (IP) network for its new customer: Tonga Communications Corporation.
Kordia delivers new radio jammer. The use of mobile phones in prisons is of major concern. Phones are routinely detected in prisons around Australia and their use often involves serious illegal activity.
Towering above. Design and construction of one very high and cyclone proof communications tower a great success for the Western Australian economy.
Delivering the highest quality of industry practice and best of breed solutions. As the trusted partner to design and supply telecommunications services and build infrastructure for APLNG, Kordia is delivering critical services and infrastructure to one of the most significant energy and resources projects being undertaken in Australia.
Kordia takes leading role in Vodafone rollout. With world leaders extolling the virtues of increasing broadband capacity to meet user demands, Kordia is proud to have successfully designed and implemented the largest Vodafone transmission upgrade ever.
Hutchison covers the cricket When it comes to busy stadiums and highprofile events, communications often come to a standstill. With thousands of network users attempting to relay the game and the final score, telecommunications coverage is scarce.
Vodafone goes rural with Kordia’s engineering expertise. Vodafone Australia, and its primary vendor Ericsson, required a major transmission upgrade of 2G services to 3G in rural and regional Australia to accommodate for greater data capacity, faster download and upload speeds, and better network performance.