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WarwickNet Brings Superfast Broadband to Tanshire Park in Surrey UK

Wednesday, February 25th, 2015 (2:44 pm) - Score 499

Business ISP WarwickNet have announced that they’ve established a new Point of Presence (PoP) in Tanshire Park’s main communications room, with fibres said to be “strategically running to sub-areas across the site“.

The area is an established office park in Elstead, which comprises a complex of 3 large office buildings totalling approximately 39,000 sq ft (3,623 sq m) with 243 car spaces. But the park is also slap bang in the middle of the rural countryside, around 7 miles from Guildford Station but next to the A3, and this has meant that the previous broadband connectivity was far from superfast.

Tanshire Office Park

Gordon Farquharson, Company Secretary of the Landlords at Tanshire Park, said:

As well as being landlord for the leased offices, we also operate our own company from the business park so I know first-hand of the problems that slow broadband speeds can create.

Elstead is a very rural area where the development of sustainable employment locations is very important to the community and the local authority. Access to cost effective broadband continues to be the biggest problem for these areas and prior to linking up with WarwickNet our internet was extremely slow. Some of the larger organisations operating from Tanshire Park opted to lease dedicated fibre into their premises but this is not cost effective or suitable for all the firms.

We chose WarwickNet as the team were happy to work with tenants directly, understanding that they all have very different needs. A number of options ranging from 40 Mbit per second broadband to a high capacity uncontended service are now available on site and firms which have taken up the services have already experienced a vast improvement in speed and effectiveness.”

Ben King, CEO of WarwickNet, said:

Gordon, like many business park managers across the country, realised that in order to provide the best possible service for existing tenants something needed to be done about the quality of the broadband available on site.

By installing a number of different options, WarwickNet has been able to ensure that businesses at Tanshire Park will no longer struggle with poor connectivity and will be able to compete on a level playing field with those in their industries.”

It’s likely that WarwickNet’s solution, as with prior deployments from the ISP, involved a mix of hybrid-fibre VDSL (FTTC) and some pure fibre optic (FTTP/B) style connectivity (download speeds tend to go from 40Mbps and upwards), although their press release isn’t specific.

The ISP recently announced that it had also teamed up with the Federation of Small Businesses in Northamptonshire (England) for a unique project to identify and fix business parks and industrial estates that have been labelled the “worst affected” by a lack of good broadband (here).

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