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ITS Technology Opens UK Ultrafast Fibre Networks to Wholesale

Wednesday, February 24th, 2016 (10:09 am) - Score 726
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The ITS Technology Group has made their growing collection of “ultrafast fibre networks“, which are spread out in various locations across the United Kingdom, available to partners as part of a wholesale solution and on a 45 day lead time for service.

At present ITS has a number of primarily business and or public sector focused fibre optic networks around the country, such as in the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham and in Bristol via BNet Ultra (the latter is a joint venture with NetSupport UK Ltd.). The provider also expects to announce two further network builds in the next few weeks.

Roy Shelton, CEO of ITS Technology, said:

“It is a very exciting time for us, we have 21 networks that we have designed, built and managed; including collaborations with councils, local authorities, rural estates and strategic partners. It makes perfect sense to create a formal framework to support our key partnerships and proactively develop new relationships with strategic partners. Maximising the potential of these networks benefits everyone involved including investors, stakeholders, businesses and communities.”

Lisa Harding, Head of Strategic Partnerships, added:

“We are totally committed to helping partners gain a greater market share. Following a comprehensive competitive analysis it was abundantly clear to us that alternative network operators need to be able to offer more than a better price point. They need to be able to offer low contention, symmetrical, high speed business class services. Our easy to use partner portal, faster delivery and 24×7 support will help partners achieve this.”

Apparently ITS’s wholesale partners will be supported by a new partner programme run via a dedicated team and an online portal, where they can access all their required commercial and network marketing information.

We understand that the new wholesale arrangement will be “available on all wholesale networks,” but it doesn’t currently include ITS’s fixed wireless broadband networks in Wales (formerly xwavia) and East Manchester etc. (formerly CityServe). But we’ve been told that this could change if there is demand for that.

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