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UK ISP Eclipse Internet Plans to Double its Size via New Investment

Thursday, September 26th, 2013 (12:31 pm) - Score 668

Communications provider Eclipse Internet, which hasn’t really featured in our news for a while (they seem to have been keeping a low profile), appears to have been gifted a new multi-million pound injection of cash from its parent KCOM Group (KC) and plans are now afoot to “double the size” of its UK business.

Apparently the undisclosed sum of money will help Eclipse to focus upon “further developing their existing connectivity, communications and cloud services portfolios used by over 20,000 businesses nationally“. The move is also expected to help create “dozens of highly skilled jobs” in Exeter over the next 12 months.

Clodagh Murphy, Managing Director of Eclipse, said:

It’s an exciting time at Eclipse and with our ambitions for growth this investment really demonstrates the confidence and focus of the Eclipse team. Our business customers are more reliant than ever on high quality communications and the new breed of cloud based IT solutions we’re launching will make it possible for us to help them grow in so many different ways.”

Eclipse Internet, which was gobbled up by the KCOM Group in 2004 and tends to focus more on business connectivity, has a staff of over 110 people. The ISP also has a range of Home Broadband and Superfast Broadband (FTTC) packages, although these are beginning to look a little dated next to some of their rivals and could do with some better presentation (e.g. oddly you have to click a ‘Buy Now’ link just to see the prices, which is unusual as people might not want to ‘Buy Now’ before they know the cost).

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