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Stream’s Plan to Aggregate UK Full Fibre Networks Grows with ITS

Thursday, July 22nd, 2021 (8:51 am) - Score 960
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UK ISP Stream Networks has today added ITS Technology’s (ITS) existing full fibre broadband and Ethernet networks to their wholesale platform. The provider is on a mission to effectively bring all of the United Kingdom’s fibre optic networks under one roof via their ‘Stream Wholesale Full Fibre Network‘.

The deal will give Stream access to ITS’ entire “Faster Britain” footprint of gigabit-capable full fibre networks, which exist in parts of London, Blackpool, Bristol, Nottingham, Hammersmith and Fulham, Scunthorpe, Liverpool and Tameside etc.

Meanwhile the Stream Wholesale Full Fibre Network is designed to make it easy for its partners to find the best connectivity solutions for their customers. The platform consists of a purpose-built Juniper Software Defined fibre network and SD-WAN technology, which can facilitate a range of full fibre bandwidths from 100Mbps, 1Gbps to 10Gbps (plus multi-homed, fast transit links and peering).

Stream has also added ITS’ partner portal API to its own portal, Cascade, allowing it to seamlessly provide full comparison, quote and order capabilities.

Matt Shanahan, CEO of Stream Networks, said:

“UK communications infrastructure is expanding like never before thanks to government and private investment. The number of full fibre projects undertaken by separate companies, all with differing geographical focus, is growing exponentially and it’s important the channel has access to all of these networks from one provider. As ITS’ Faster Britain footprint continues to grow at pace, we are delighted to be able to add this to our Stream Wholesale Full Fibre Network which ensures our partners have access to the best connectivity options for customers wherever they may be located.”

Phil Lee, Head of Wholesale at ITS, said:

“As we continue to invest heavily in the rollout of our Faster Britain network, delivering full fibre to areas where there is demand, we are really excited to forge this partnership with Stream Networks. By making it more straightforward for partners to access high quality high speed connectivity, we are removing the reliance on the incumbent provider and helping to accelerate the digital capabilities of businesses previously held back by inadequate services.”

The idea of an aggregated wholesale network is not new and other operators (e.g. FluidOne) have tried something similar before, although there can be a lot of complex differences between these platforms, and thus it’s difficult to compare such things.

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