FS Joins Australian Information Industry Association for Booming ICT Sector

Posted on Jun 11, 2024 by

May 2024 – FS, a trusted provider of ICT products and solutions, is pleased to announce its successful membership with the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA). Becoming a full member of the association's technology sector is an important milestone for FS in driving growth and innovation in the ICT industry. 


The AIIA is the leading body representing Australia's ICT (Information and Communication Technology) sector. It plays a pivotal role in driving the digital economy, fostering innovation, and advocating for policies that support industry growth and development. By joining the AIIA, FS aims to align itself with these objectives and contribute to the dynamic and rapidly evolving ICT landscape in Australia.

In recent years, the ICT industry has experienced rapid growth, profoundly impacting various aspects of traditional industries such as production, marketing and management. It has become a significant force driving the digital transformation of the socio-economic landscape. In response, FS places great importance on its membership in AIIA. We will focus on leveraging expertise and resources to collaborate with industry leaders on innovative network solutions to address the ongoing rapid growth of the ICT industry.

FS is dedicated to delivering professional and reliable network solutions and products to ICT customers. With a comprehensive portfolio of over 80,000 products and internally developed technologies, FS has introduced seven network solutions including HPC Networking, Internet Data Center, Enterprise LAN, Optical Networking, Data Center Cabling, Surveillance System, Enterprise WLAN and Enterprise Networks Cabling. Through its partnership with AIIA, FS has access to real-time trends in the Australian ICT industry, including important industry insights, communication opportunities and resources, to ensure that products and services meet the changing needs of customers.

About the AIIA

The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is Australia’s peak representative body and advocacy group for those in the digital ecosystem. For over 40 years, the AIIA has pursued activities to stimulate and grow the digital ecosystem, create a favourable business environment for members, and contribute to Australia’s economic prosperity. AIIA focuses on the two areas that members have said they care about most: advocacy and policy shaping for the ICT sector, and generating new business opportunities to build professional standing.

About FS

FS.com PTY LTD is a trusted provider of ICT products and solutions to enterprise customers worldwide. The company focuses on high-speed communications, customized product development, and solution design based on professional customer needs. Leveraging dedicated R&D and testing teams, comprehensive technical service experts, a robust supply chain system, globalized warehousing centers, and convenient shopping platform, FS provides a wide range of highly efficient customer-centric ICT products, solutions and services to global vertical industry and enterprise customers across ISP, telecom, retail, education, etc.

Furthermore, FS global and Australian warehouses are managed by automated warehousing systems to ensure that more than 90% of orders are shipped on the same day, while also offering self-pickup service. Enabling customers to focus on growing their ICT businesses, FS local technical team promptly assesses network needs and provides on-site troubleshooting, equipment configuration, testing and installation services to address any potential issues.

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