Zahangir alam recognized as as one of the ten most successful entrepreneurs making a difference in 2021Having a never-give-up attitude, Zahangir Alam, Founder, and CEO of TELEAUS, is leading the company with innovative IT and telecommunication solutions. Backing up his strong determination, he is all set to mark a dent in the corporate market and spread the roots of the company.Climbing the ladder of successFrom a very young age, Zahangir wanted to become an entrepreneur and a philanthropist. He was highly inspired by Elon Musk and took him as his role model. He completed his B.Sc. Engineering in Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) from the Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology in 2004. In the same year, he stepped into the corporate world as Network Engineer with Motorola Solutions.While working there, he obtained a Graduate Certificate in Business from Victoria University to expand his academic horizons. With the dream to become a successful entrepreneur, he backed up his interest in the communication and technology field and marked the advent of TELEAUS. Corporate business practice and coculture are essential in setting up a business with a big vision that he gained through his career life from multinational companies such as NEC, Ericsson and, nbn.He adds, “My journey taught me that you have to gather enough courage to start your own. You have to invest in the people that matter to your business. You can’t give up at any stage. The ups and downs will come but won’t stay long if you stay tight.”He kept on fueling the growth of the company and even took the onus of different roles with other leading companies to gain valuable experience and add more skills to his armory.Tackling the challenges with strong determinationZahangir came from a non-English speaking country, so settling into a new environment...
On the golden jubilee of Bangladesh's independence, a red-green fair was held on the 27th of March in Sydney's southwestern Bangladeshi-dominated suburb Minto, organized by BdHub title sponsored by TELEAUS. In the first episode of the program, they organized a colorful procession at 04:00 pm at Minto, one of the Bengalis' residences in Sydney. The parade consisted of women, men, and children of all ages, wearing 50-year-old Independence Day badges, wearing Punjabi emblazoned with Bangladeshi flags, dancing to the band's beat, and passing through Minto's Erica Lane in the car park of Minto Mall. The procession made all the people of the local community curious about Bangladesh. The second episode concludes with an impeccably beautiful cultural event at the Skyview Reception Function Center in Liverpool, awarding the Independence Medal to 8 eminent persons, awarding honors to the freedom fighters at the latest dinner. The ceremony had started with the national anthem. CEO of Teleaus, Engr Zahangir Alam, presented with a prestigious Independence award along with Prof. Dr. Rafiqul Islam, Prof. Dr. Amit Chakma, Prof. Dr. Atiqul Islam, Prof. Dr. Anisur Rahman Chowdhury, Prof. Abed Chowdhury, Dr. Nizam Uddin Ahmed, and Kamrul Chowdhury. It was coordinated to congratulate those Bangladeshi dissidents right now in Australia for their significant contribution to society. Among the freedom fighters, Mr. Mizanur Rahman Tarun, Abdul Latif, and Helaluddin have received the honors. The expatriate Bangladeshi Australian freedom fighters were honored for the courage, sacrifices, and risking their lives. Mark Curie MP, Federal MP for Waria Ann Stanley, State MP for Macquarie Fields Anulak Chantivong, former Campbelltown Mayor Kent Johns, Liverpool Council Deputy Mayor Mazahar Hadelm from the Council of Bangladesh Spoke and distributed the Independence Medal. The honorable chief guests and speakers expressed their sincere gratitude and appreciation to them for providing continuous support. They...
The "Victory Day of Bangladesh Celebration" was presented by The United Bangladeshi Association of Australia in a ceremony at the Himalayan Emporium and Function Center in Banks Town last Sunday 20th December at 1 Pm local time in association with the Women Council Australia. With immense bliss, the Victory Day of Bangladesh was celebrated last Sunday. Victory day is a national holiday in Bangladesh, celebrated on December 16 to commemorate the allied forces' victory over the Pakistani forces in the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. This day marks an important celebration and closes to the hearts of the Bangladeshi community. On this day, Bangladesh achieved its desired victory against the invading Pakistani army. With an unforgiving tyranny of Pakistan and a nine-month brutal war, Bangladesh led to its victory. The event had been celebrated in the presence of Hon Philip Ruddock, Wendy Lindsay, Government Party MP, Mr. Zahangir Alam, CEO Teleaus, Dr. Ayaz Chowdhury, Mr. Karl Salah OAM, Mr. Solaiman Ashrafi Dewan, Mrs. Srabonti Kazi, and more. Mohammad Shah Zaman Titu, Vice-President United Bangladeshi Association of Australia, was the event coordinator. It had been organized to felicitates those Bangladeshi freedom fighters currently in Australia who have fought for freedom. The expatriate Bangladeshi Australian freedom fighters were honored for the courage, sacrifices, and risking their lives. The ceremony had started with the national anthem. The honorable chief guests and speakers expressed their sincere gratitude and appreciation to them for providing courageous assistance during the liberation war as well as for the sacrifices they had made. Approximate 200 peoples were present at the event.
Teleaus always think about the innovation and betterment of the community. We are proudly announcing that we are collaborating with the Western Sydney University, one of Australia’s leading universities, for the student placement facilities to ensure the future’s career paths. It is the proper record of our new relationship and gives security and genuine feelings of serenity. This agreement will obligate the students while of placement. All arrangements associated with the allocation and administration of Placements will be made and mutually agreed upon between the University and us, including the maximum number of Students we allow the university to place with us at any time and the times and dates on which Placements will be scheduled. We believe this initiative of us will give them significant work abilities. We hope that these enthusiastic young talents will carry novel thoughts and practices to the work environment, and we can rely on them on our existing and new projects according to the requirements. Our deepest consent is that our organization will takeout any potential for disarray or false impressions between the student and the association. It will concrete our standing in the network and among different experts as a focal point of greatness for preparing and training. With our differentiated training programs, they can make fortes their profession. Our corporate feedback on what future students may be taught can influence the future workforce of the students in professional life. Our mentorship will lead the students to the betterment of the community. We wish for a better understanding of the opportunity for the future common goal of us.
We understand that now more than ever, caring for your loved ones is your top priority and we remain fully committed to helping you deliver on your promises in a safe and secure fashion. We are also taking necessary precautions to keep our global team safe and help slow the spread of COVID-19. This means our customer service is currently limited and we thank you for your patience as we work to respond to this delicate situation as quickly as possible. To learn more visit us https://teleaus.com/
Given the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and its declaration by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as a global health pandemic, TELEAUS is taking considered actions to ensure the safety, health and wellbeing of our people, clients, guests, suppliers and contractors. TELEAUS has implemented safeguards that meet official Australian Government COVID-19 guidelines and taken additional steps to minimise the potential impact:Travel:• Domestic travel is limited to essential travel.• We have suspended all international business travel.• TELEAUS people who have travelled or transited from any international location, whether for business or personal travel are required to isolate themselves at home (other than for seeking medical care) and monitor their health for 14 days upon return.• TELEUAUS has advised any of our people who do not feel comfortable travelling domestically at this time that they should not do so and alternative arrangements will be made. Meetings:• At TELEAUS face-to-face meetings should only be held if an in-person meeting is essential. • All internal and external TELEAUS hosted meetings, events and training sessions with 20 or more attendees are cancelled effective Thursday 19 March.• For events still taking place (under 20 people) only:• We have advised our people to exercise caution in meetings (good traffic flow, crowd minimisation, spacing people 1.5 metres apart, no handshaking) with heightened hygiene practices. • Ensure all invited and registered guests are aware of this public statement prior to meeting.• Rooms will be cleaned and sanitised after each meeting. Field Staff:• Field based staff who have been requested to remain away from the office, and who are not required to be in self isolation, may continue to work where they are to:• Maintain Social Distancing if working in teams greater than 2• Do not have direct contact with other teams or team members• Are not required to...
Teleaus achieved the milestone completion of 1K NBNCo FTTx detail designs within 3 months in Q2. In addition, 500+ SpatialNet modellings and 350+ HFC designs have been delivered within the same timeframe. Management passed special thanks to FTTx design team, HFC design team, Geospatial team, project management team, partners and stallholders for this great achievement.Project management focused on more ambitious target in Q3.
Welcome! 7 talents are ready for taking new challenges for NBN HFC deliver. Telstra $1.6bn project to help deliver NBN's HFC rolloutThese are the talents ready for taking new challenges. TELEAUS is proud to make people competent through our Resource Development Programs. For your interest please register http://teleaus.com.au/trainingwe create to connect
We love to build and deliver NBN experts. These young talents are getting ready for the NBN delivery. More hands-on understanding on delivery level of technology, practicing in the ways how we need to deliver the technology and by knowing the right tools & techniques making them more productive than others. We are making these possible!! To learn more please visit http://teleaus.com.au/training
NBN has revealed the 17 suburbs where Optus and Telstra have begun hybrid fibre-coaxial construction trials, ahead of a March product release.The construction trials are separate from the 300-premise pilot program currently underway on the Optus HFC network in Redcliffe and Scarborough in Queensland.The trials are designed to allow Optus and Telstra to test the construction processes for lead-ins to premises passed by their HFC networks where a customer doesn’t currently have a connection to the network.There are also some network upgrades underway in the construction trial areas, in the expectation that this will help accelerate the rollout of the NBN following the launch of HFC services. An NBN spokesperson told iTnews that unlike the pilot program, premises connected on the construction trial cannot buy NBN services at this stage.“The HFC construction trials taking place are giving NBN and our partners important experience in developing the construction techniques we will be using to connect end-users to the NBN HFC network, most particularly in areas like multi-dwelling units,” the spokesperson said.Read more: http://www.itnews.com.au/news/nbn-trials-hfc-construction-in-17-suburbs-413728#ixzz3xa5eQNQy
Teleaus recently started the NBNCO MTM network design project. Our engineering solutions bring together specialists in network design & capture. Engineering team provides the following core services: Network design and architectureTeleaus design teams have experience in working on NBNCO FTTX, HFC and Fixed, Wireless networks.Support and consultationTeleaus offers support and consultation for a range telecommunication network design and planning tools including Physical Network Inventory (PNI), Mentum Ellipse, Pathloss, Mapinfo and SpatialNet.Network IntegrationEssential network installations and Integration are many and varied, and Teleaus’s project managers engage local contractors to do the lot.Typical installations include new transmission equipment on mobile towers, new household and business broadband connections, new or replacement electricity smart meters, solar energy panels, and energy-saving devices.