Alternative network provider WarwickNet (CableCom) has announced the imminent completion of 12 new Street Cabinets in Milton Keynes (Buckinghamshire, England), which will be used to bring ultrafast capable fixed line broadband services to local business parks and industrial estates.
The new cabinets are due to go live from the end of February 2017 and these will then be used to service business parks and industrial estates in Tilbrook, Caldecotte, Chesney Wold, Linford Wood, Tanners Drive, Tongwell and Wymbush.
Ben King, Founder of WarwickNet, said:
“We have connected many hundreds of businesses across the UK which have seen first-hand the difference high-speed internet can make to their day-to-day operations.
We are making a significant investment in Milton Keynes and are extremely excited to be able to help companies in and around the town really move forward with their connectivity and, in turn, help to transform their business.”
The new network was partly deployed by using Openreach’s (BT) Physical Infrastructure Access (PIA) solution, which allowed the ISP to build their own infrastructure faster and more efficiently by harnessing the national operator’s existing cable ducts and poles.