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ISP Alncom and Commsworld Partner to Boost UK FTTP Rollout

Tuesday, Oct 26th, 2021 (5:25 pm) - Score 768
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Rural UK ISP Alncom, which is currently building a new gigabit-capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband network across rural parts of Northumberland and Durham in England, has partnered up with business ISP Commsworld to help boost their rollout and network performance.

Under the deal, the Edinburgh-headquartered Commsworld will be joining forces with Alnwick-based Alncom to give businesses and organisations in the remotest parts of the county the chance to enjoy “significantly enhanced broadband connectivity, bandwidth and resilience.”

NOTE: Alncom is supported by investment from Railsite Telecom (here) and the government’s gigabit voucher scheme.

Apparently, this will all be achieved by giving Alncom access to Commsworld’s nationwide Optical Core network, which supports up to 10 Gigabit connectivity directly to their premises. The detail on all this is a little vague and full of the usual generalisations, but it does at least sound quite positive.

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Managing Director of Alncom, Stephen Pinchen, said:

“This is a significant development for Alncom. Northumberland is home to remote communities with the highest volume of cottage and ‘table-top’ industries in the UK. It’s a transformative move, literally life changing for our customers and will really help bridge the digital divide.”

Bruce Strang, Commsworld’s Chief Operating Officer, said:

“We are delighted to be partnering up with Alncom. Much like us, Alncom is growing at a phenomenal rate, continuing to expand its footprint through organic and inorganic growth, and enhancing its customer offerings.

Our partnership will result in a step change in the delivery of digital services to the harder-to-reach rural areas. We have the largest privately-funded Optical Core network in the UK with the capability to provide a reliable, high-speed network that is affordable to all those in need of it, no matter where they are geographically.

As a result, we can provide the flexibility to layer on the latest products that can deliver real value and outcomes to customers in both the public and private sector. Working together we can create a dynamic, modern, robust and resilient digital network for Northumberland and beyond.”

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