Island of Niue
Niue is an island nation located in the centre of the triangle of nations made up of Tonga, Samoa, and the Cook Islands. Located 2,400 kilometres north-east of New Zealand, Niue has a population of fewer than 2,000 and is a self-governing state in free association with New Zealand. As such, its citizens are also citizens of New Zealand. Niue is a highly connected country with a 4G network and fibre optic cable around the island connecting its 14 villages with landline phones and ADSL internet. It has a primary school, a high school, and a hospital with modern facilities.
Telecom Niue provides networking and IT services for the government of Niue. The network connects the government and public services, including the schools, hospital, and airport. As part of the government’s aim to deliver fast connectivity across the island, Telecom Niue needed to upgrade the island’s existing networking and security equipment.
Learn more about why the Island of Niue chose to go with the Fortinet in this case study.