VostroNet has rapidly grown to become a leading provider of high-speed internet to residential buildings, student accommodation, hotels, co-working spaces and public spaces across the Asia-Pacific.
VostroNet is an end-to-end provider, deploying our own fibre from the data centre to sites and our own network infrastructure in buildings to deliver high-speed wired and wireless internet to end-users. Our software-defined network is our key technology offering and point-of-difference, allowing us to operate and monitor our network more efficiently and provide a better end-user experience.
Over the last 6 years, we have extensively developed Q2, a fully integrated software platform that manages every aspect of the network: managing network devices and infrastructure, traffic, user management, monitoring & support and billing.
An Alternative Network Provider
We are industry-leaders in software-defined networks, harnessing software to optimise performance and user experience. The entire VostroNet network is monitored and maintained in real-time through our Q2 Platform, resolving issues and keeping our users online.
Contributing Back to Technology
VostroNet gives back to the community by actively contributing code to projects that are important to the ongoing development of our industry. We strongly believe in contributing to and promoting the start-up community to assist in developing the next generation of businesses and innovators.
Actively contributing to the start-up and open-source scene
VostroNet aims to drastically improve the way the internet is delivered in Australia and New Zealand and raise users’ expectations for internet provision. We do not compromise on the quality of our network and the way we build it. We have been recognised for our performance in delivering quality internet and our commitment to customer satisfaction.
VostroNet has been recognised as a fast-growing, innovative network company.
Financial Times FT 500: High-Growth Companies Asia-Pacific 2021
VostroNet listed in the Financial Times in the fastest growing companies for 2021 within the Asia-Pacific Region based on multi-year continued performance.
Financial Times FT 500: High-Growth Companies Asia-Pacific 2020
VostroNet listed in the Financial Times in the top 150 fastest growing companies within the Asia-Pacific Region based on multi-year continued performance.
AFR Financial Review Fast 100 2020
The Australian Financial Review recognised VostroNet within the top 100 fastest growing companies in Australia. The list is compiled annually and independently verified in cooperation with Statista.
Brisbane Lord Mayor’s Business Awards Winner
In 2019 the CEO of VostroNet, Jonathon Runge, was awarded the prestigious Young Business Person of the Year at Brisbane’s Lord Mayor’s Business Awards. The award recognised the success of our CEO and VostroNet as a multi-national fibre provider and a symbol for entrepreneurship and vision.
ARN Innovation Awards 2019 Finalist
In 2019, VostroNet became the finalist in the ARN Innovation Awards for the category of start-up specialist. This award recognises companies that have considerable innovation and have acquired key customer success, acknowledging VostroNet’s innovative technology focus and end-user success in both Australia and overseas.
AFR Fast Starters 2018
The Australian Financial Review recognised VostroNet as a ‘Fast Starter’ in the AFR Fast Starters list for 2018. The List is compiled annually of Australia's 100 fastest growing startup businesses.
AFR Fast Starters 2017
The Australian Financial Review recognised VostroNet as a ‘Fast Starter’ in the AFR Fast Starters list for 2017. The List is compiled annually of Australia's 100 fastest growing startup businesses.
VostroNet owns and maintains an established wholesale fibre network with our reach extending across the Asia-Pacific region. We manage our own network infrastructure on quality equipment, ensuring a great user experience.
Underpinned by world-class technology, we deliver higher speeds, quality and affordability, via our advanced software-defined network