Tattarang invests in WA fixed-wireless provider NodeOne

By Jonathan Nally
Tuesday, 04 August, 2020

Tattarang invests in WA fixed-wireless provider NodeOne

Tattarang has announced an investment in NodeOne, a Western Australian fixed-wireless and NBN provider.

Founded in 2009, NodeOne has more than 50 fixed wireless points of presence providing network coverage to more than two million people in Geraldton, the Mid West, Bunbury and Perth metropolitan areas.

Tattarang, formerly known as the Minderoo Group, is the holding company for the Forrest family’s private business interests.

“NodeOne has proven to be a technology leader and we see great potential in their ongoing expansion. We’re confident they will continue to win market share,” said Tattarang Chief Investment Officer John Hartman.

“Until recently the telco sector has been dominated by the nbn so we’re excited to be investing in a disruptive service.”

“Tattarang’s investment will allow NodeOne to further develop our network and expand our offering into the WA business market, providing big business speeds at small business prices,” said NodeOne CEO Richard Whiting.

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