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Exascale Finish 40km Dark Fibre for Wolverhampton and Telford

Thursday, October 29th, 2020 (8:24 am) - Score 984
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UK ISP Exascale, which is currently building a new Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband network to cover premises in the Shropshire borough of Telford and Wrekin (here), has given their plans a huge capacity boost with the completion of a new 40km Dark Fibre network between Wolverhampton and Telford.

The provider is currently working to pass over 5,200 premises (200 businesses and over 5,000 homes), but they also need to keep their platform fed with plenty of data capacity, which is where the new 40km long Dark Fibre route between their Wolverhampton and Telford network sites comes into play.

The new fibre should enable DWDM Wavelengths, 10Gbps and 100Gbps Ethernet services. “This will support the rapid turn up of bandwidth to respond to the increasing demand on their full fibre network, both from a retail and a wholesale standpoint,” said the ISP.

Thomas Bibb, CEO of Exascale, said:

“As we start to see an increasing demand for strong and reliable high bandwidth connectivity, we will continue to listen to customer feedback and poise ourselves to develop new network architectures and solutions alongside our strategic partners and hardware vendors.”

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