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Winning Operators of the Inaugural UK Fibre Awards 2022 Named UPDATE

Friday, June 10th, 2022 (8:24 am) - Score 1,896
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The inaugural UK Fibre Awards event was held last night, which saw various broadband ISPs and full fibre network builders across ten categories pick up awards for their achievements. Some of the winners included Giganet, which was named ‘Overall Fibre Provider of the Year‘, while G.Network scooped ‘Best Urban Fibre Provider‘.

The event is a new creation that is being backed by telecoms / ICT centric media and event organisation firm BPL Business Media, with CityFibre as the main sponsor. According to the website, the event is a “truly unique awards process which will recognise the stand-out organisations, projects, technology and investments at the heart of the UK’s booming fibre, alternative network and carrier sector growth.” Good.

However, much as we’ve previously mentioned, many of the award categories are similar to those that already exist under more established events, such as those from the ISPA and Connected Britain.

Winners of the UK Fibre Awards 2022

Best Rural Fibre Provider

Winner – Wessex Internet
Commended – Giganet

Best Urban Fibre Provider

Winner – G.Network
Commended – MS3 Networks

Best Wholesale Fibre Provider

Winner – TalkTalk Wholesale Services
Commended – ITS Technology Group

Best Fibre Marketing Campaign

Winner – Pure Broadband
Commended – Giganet

Rollout Challenge Buster Award

Winner – Wessex Internet
Commended – Hawthorndon

Best Fibre Innovation Award

Winner – Mills
Commended – The Fibre Café
Commended – Trenches Law

Best Fibre Rollout Supplier Award

Winner – Hawthorndon
Commended – Trenches Law

Fibre Provider investment award

Winner – CityFibre
Commended – Giganet

Overall Fibre Provider of the Year

Winner – Giganet
Commended – Glide

Services to Digital Britain Award

Winner – Greg Mesch, CityFibre

UPDATE 10:16am

Good news, the award’s website now appears to have added a page showing the judges.

Andrew Kernahan, Head of Public Affairs, ISPA

Simon Evans, Principal, Cartesian

Simon Meredith, Media Consultant, Channelstar

Will Garside, IT writer and commentator

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4 Responses
  1. John says:

    The fibre award “industry” is becoming more and more like the movie and gaming ones

    Have no objective metrics, get to award products that are not the best blending them with legit ones and at the end there is no trust so people will instead refer to user reviews anyway

    1. occasionally factual says:

      But even the movie and TV industries recognise ALL producers unlike these awards which are firmly in the ignore BT, KCOM and Virgin categories. Just fluff for marketing and ignoring the real drivers behind FTTP in the UK.

    2. John says:

      Not true, example “What is a Woman” is currently at 2500+ user reviews on rotten tomatoes (97% score) and is the most watched movie at home after Top Gun but only one single critic review because the company that produced it has took a stance to stand up against the Hollywood mafia

      One look at the Oscars/emmies/british awards for the last few years will tell you that the elites are out of touch with reality

  2. SC-APC Connector says:

    Sad not to see CommunityFibre picking up any awards.

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