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ITS Technology’s New National UK Network Boosted by Fresh Investment

Friday, October 20th, 2017 (4:46 pm) - Score 499
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The ITS Technology Group, which has deployed a mix of superfast and ultrafast fibre optic and wireless broadband networks around the United Kingdom, claims to have put their new “national network” live after recently securing fresh investment of £2.25m from Maven Capital Partners.

ITS states that the additional funding, which was signed off in July 2017, has enabled them to invest in new “carrier grade hardware” that is being used to power their core local and newer national network. As a result ITS has now added the role of traditional ISP to their portfolio, with each of their 21 networks connecting directly to the internet.

The operator also has a presence in Telehouse North, Telehouse East and Manchester, which house their own hardware. In addition, ITS have also become a London Internet Exchange (LINX) member, which supports a more direct connection for all customers, to UK based websites.

Apparently all 21 of their current networks will now be migrated on to the new national network (note: most of the new kit being used is from Huawei), including those that exist across North Wales, Nottingham, Bristol and the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. New products are also being anticipated (e.g. VoIP, unified communication and cloud based services).

Rod Lawrence, ITS’s Head of Product and Network Strategy, said:

“This is exciting news for ITS, it opens up lots of opportunities for our customers and wholesale partners. It mitigates cost complexity and risk for our multisite enterprise customers throughout the UK. Whether working directly with ITS or through approved wholesale partners, we can offer fast, reliable and robust connectivity supported by a world class service team.”

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  1. Fred the Red

    Great news, our business park has been served by ITS since they acquired Xwavia a few years ago- after initial issues, the service has been robust and supported well. Good team and they deserve the success.

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