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Fibre Optic Builder Nextgenaccess Get New Chairman to Help UK Rollout

Monday, January 21st, 2019 (12:15 pm) - Score 771
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Fibre optic network operator Nextgenaccess, which last year secured £22m from the UK National Digital Infrastructure Fund (NDIF) to help spread its 10Gbps fibre optic broadband to businesses in South Wales and South West England (here), has appointed infrastructure veteran Steven Marshall to be its new Chairman.

Steven is said to have 35 years of experience in telecoms, energy and broadcasting infrastructure, not least thanks to his 11 year stint as Group Executive Vice President of American Tower Corporation (a $60Bn Fortune 500 company) and over 9 years as President of their core US business.

Steven is currently on the advisory board of Allied Minds Plc and is a Senior Executive Advisor to Federated Wireless. He holds a B.Sc. (Hons.) in Building and Civil Engineering from the University of Manchester, and an MBA from the Manchester Business School. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Building, the Institute of Management and the Institute of Directors.

Steven Marshall said:

“I am delighted to be joining Nextgenaccess as Chairman and look forward to working closely with the highly talented senior management team. The time is right for Nextgenaccess to be scaling up operations and leveraging its innovative solutions for enabling faster and more cost-effective full fibre infrastructure deployment.

There is a major digital connectivity deficit in the UK which needs addressing urgently to drive underlying economic growth. This is recognised by the government and OFCOM who are encouraging investment in this area. Nextgenaccess is delighted to be part of such an important imperative.”

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