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Broadband ISPs Shortlisted for the Connected Britain Awards 2018

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018 (11:14 am) - Score 1,194
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Various broadband ISPs and UK fibre optic deployment projects have today been shortlisted as potential winners for the inaugural Connected Britain Awards 2018 (Total Telecom), which forms part of an annual conference that will discuss future telecoms and broadband connectivity needs.

The event, which is due to be held between 19-20th June 2018 in London (Business Design Centre), has today published a shortlist for 7 of the 8 categories to be awarded at the event and more than 30 organisations (i.e. ISPs and network deployment projects etc.) have made the grade. The list includes some familiar names, such as Gigaclear, Hyperoptic, EE and many more.

Apparently all of the entries will be assessed by an “expert panel of judges,” which includes key figures from INCA, Point Topic, Total Telecom and a few other organisations.

Finalists for the Connected Britain Awards 2018

Barrier Removal Award
The Barrier Removal Award celebrates those companies who have gone the extra mile to cut through the administrative red tape and fast track Britain’s digital transformation.

• City of London: Standardised Wayleave Toolkit
• Genesis Technical Systems: mBond P2MP
• Tameside Digital Infrastructure Cooperative
• Telcom: Node
• Westminster City Council

Community Improvement Award
The Community Improvement Award recognises those companies who have taken a decidedly local focus in their efforts to transform Britain’s digital landscape.

• Citizens Online: Switch
Gigaclear: Conneting Chedworth
• InLinkUK: InLinks
Three UK: Discovery with Three
• Thurrock Council: Connected Thurrock 2017/2020
• Wifinity: Good Connections

Digital Skills Award
The Digital Skills Award recognises public-sector organisations or NGOs who have delivered a project based around skills improvement, aiding the community and safeguarding Britain’s digital future.

• Citizens Online: Switch
• Dorset County Council Superfast Dorset Programme
• Good Things Foundation: Future Digital Inclusion

Fibre Connectivity Award
The Fibre Connectivity Award recognises the contribution of companies who are helping to change the landscape of Britain’s broadband networks.

• Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband
• EMS: Open Full Fibre Network at Prince Philip Park
• Gigaclear: Fibre-to-the-Premises Service
• Grosvenor’s London Estate – Digital infrastructure revolution
• JT Group Limited: full-fibre Gigabit Project
• MLL Telecom: Stirling’s Gigabit City Transformation with CityFibre
• Tameside Digital Infrastructure Cooperative
• Thurrock Council: digital strategy with Hyperoptic
• Virtual1

Smart City Award
• SHORTLIST TO FOLLOW

The IoT Award
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a driving force in the evolution of the UK’s digital focus, promising to connect all things seamlessly.

• Collision Management Systems: Real Time Crash Detection
• F-Secure: SENSE
• JeraSoft VCS
• JT International
• Unmanned Life: Autonomy-as-a-Service
• V by Vodafone

The Superfast Award
The Superfast Award celebrates those companies who are willing to grab the bull by the horns and fast track Britain’s digital transformation.

• Connecting Cambridgeshire Superfast Broadband Programme
• Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband
EE: 4GEE Router + Antenna
• Fastershire
• Hyperoptic Ltd
• JT Group Limited
• Superfast Dorset
• Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council: Digital Infrastructure Cooperative
Voneus: bringing Talaton into the digital age

Wireless Connectivity Award
This award looks at the wide array of innovative projects and strategies that are evolving wireless connectivity in the UK.

• City of London
• EE
• InLinkUK
• MLL Telecom Ltd
Voneus: Bringing Talaton into the digital age

Further details can be found here.

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