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WarwickNet Bring Faster Broadband to Hundreds of Coventry Businesses

Monday, October 6th, 2014 (3:15 pm) - Score 405
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UK ISP WarwickNet has confirmed that around 100 businesses on the Binley Industrial Estate in Coventry (England) can now access their new superfast broadband network, which among other things offers leased-line speeds of up to 1Gbit/s; not to mention slower but cheaper FTTC services.

The development, which is expected to be followed by similar work at the nearby Charter Avenue Industrial Estate and Seven Stars Industrial Estate, follows hotly on the heels of the ISPs request for Code Powers from Ofcom (here). This hinted at their plans for future expansion and now the first fruits of that effort appear to have emerged.

The ISP revealed, as part of their submission to Ofcom, that some private landlords were able to stop the provision of their service to business parks by “delaying or failing to respond to [their] access requests“(Code Powers can help to fix this). The provider also supplies some limited broadband services to residents located near to their upgraded business parks around Warwickshire and other nearby counties (i.e. the areas that some other big ISPs tend to shun).

Jon Earnshaw, WarwickNet’s COO, said:

We have several more parks in the pipeline where tenants are desperate for business-grade broadband, high-speed leased lines and multi-site MPLS networks.”

According to a related article at the Coventry Observer, WarwickNet are also providing similar improvements to Tachbrook Park in Warwick, Coventry Business Park, Meriden Business Park, and University of Warwick Science Park in Coventry, Blythe Valley Park and Monkspath Business Park near Solihull, and Corbygate Business Park in Northamptonshire.

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