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CLEAR powers Unisys New Zealand ASP Services

Media statement

27 June 2000

CLEAR powers Unisys New Zealand ASP Services

Unisys New Zealand has chosen CLEAR Communications as its telecommunications partner in providing its ASP services, launched today.

A CLEAR ATM network connects Unisys data centres in Auckland and Wellington, providing Unisys with a high-speed, secure network over which to deliver its services.

CLEAR is also offering Unisys customers package deals on virtual private network, frame relay and ATM access services when bundled with the new ASP services.

CLEAR Online Services and Marketing Director Ian Scherger says CLEAR is delighted to be Unisys New Zealand's network provider.

"CLEAR is able to offer the robust infrastructure and network security that is vital in an ASP service offering. We can also draw on the expertise of our parent company, BT, which has extensive experience in the ASP arena," he says.

CLEAR's sales team will market Unisys ASP Services to its business customers as part of CLEAR's suite of ebusiness products.


CLEAR's focus on business, its innovation and its state-of-the-art fibre optic digital network set it apart as one of New Zealand's leading communications companies. CLEAR Communications is the supplier of choice to some of the country's biggest Government departments and leading companies. Its product portfolio includes data, Internet, web hosting, email, network management, call centre, virtual private network, voice and ebusiness services. CLEAR is wholly-owned by BT (British Telecom), a world leader in telecommunications. More information is available on the CLEAR web site at


For further information contact Rochelle Lockley Communications Manager - Commercial CLEAR Communications Ph: (09) 912 4104 Office Ph: (021) 763 784 Mobile Email:

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