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Community Fibre and Virtua UK Begin FTTP Partnership in London

Monday, April 16th, 2018 (3:09 pm) - Score 433
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Alternative network provider Community Fibre has sign a partnership with Virtua UK, which specialises in delivering broadcast, mobile telecoms, inbuild, consultancy and network solutions. The group will help the ISP to roll-out their new “full fibre” (FTTP/H) broadband network in London.

At present Community Fibre expects to have extended their Gigabit capable Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH/P) broadband network to around 60,000 homes in London by the end of 2018 and their medium-term aspiration is to reach 500,000 by the end of 2022 (150,000 have already been contracted), which is looking increasingly plausible since they secured £11.3m of private equity investment from investors (here).

Andy Richards, Managing Director Virtua UK, said:

“Community Fibre is a forward thinking and ambitious company and we are excited to help build their future proof network. Our engineering teams are committed to providing the highest quality installations, from health and safety to technical knowledge we pride ourselves on our ‘Right First Time’ ethos.”

Richards said that Virtua UK will help to build CF’s new network. Related projects range from ground crews providing civils works and extend to their rigging teams abseiling down tower blocks. The first project will see Virtua provide engineering delivery for 8 tower blocks in the city.

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