Hatteras Networks is further expanding the global reach of its networking technology with a series of deals in Europe, Africa and Australia.

Hatteras, a venture-backed company, works with telecommunications providers and other firms to transform traditional copper networks into higher-speed conduits for Ethernet broadband technology.

Financial terms of the agreements were not disclosed.

At the world wireless tradeshow taking place this week in Barcelona, Spain, Hatteras announced a deal with ATL for network upgrades in Hungary and Romania as well as Central Europe. ATL provides Metro Ethernet equipment.

ATL and Hatteras are targeting wireless providers to help them with high-speed connectivity between cellular towers. The companies also plan to offer high-speed upgrades for businesses over metropolitan-wide networks at speeds up to 45 megabits per second.

Hatteras also announced a deal with Demand Broadband in Brisbane, Australia to deploy Ethernet technology that meets international network carrier standards. The two companies will work together to deploy point-to-point, point-to-multipoint and multipoint to multipoint services.

The Australian firm plans to extend its services to Sydney and Melbourne later this year.

Through a third deal announced Monday, Hatteras will expand its offerings in Africa, working with Telecom 180 Group. The two firms will seek to expand Ethernet services across southern Africa. Telecom 180 is working with wireless providers to upgrade connectivity between cellular towers.