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Monday, July 4th, 2022 (11:06 am) - Score 552
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Derby-based communications provider E-volve Solutions has today revealed that it’s looking to expand their existing full fibre and fixed wireless access (FWA) broadband networks, which are currently focused on smaller firms in Derbyshire, to serve UK homes and other businesses in “rural areas” with “speeds up to 10Gbps“.

The proposed deployment was revealed as part of the company’s request for Code Powers from Ofcom, which are often sought to help speed-up deployments of new network infrastructure and to cut costs, not least by reducing the number of licences needed for street works. It can also be used to facilitate access to run new fibre via Openreach’s existing cable ducts and telegraph poles (PIA).

E-volve itself is already well established in the market, having setup shop some 13 years ago. However, until now they’ve tended to focus more on business services in specific parts of Derbyshire (e.g. the Sapperton Manor Business Park), although they have also done a few tiny full fibre (FTTP etc.) builds to some residential homes by harnessing gigabit vouchers.

According to the new application, E-volve plans to “expand its points of presence across the UK” to reach more customers (both business and residential), which includes “[building] its network to the most rural of areas to provide these communities with superfast and ultrafast broadband internet services, with speeds up to 10Gbps, in areas where there are no plans for any other operator to upgrade soon.

At this stage we don’t have any specific details on their rollout plan and indeed it’s not uncommon for Code Powers applications to be quite broadly aspirational (i.e. take with a pinch of salt), but we’ll be interested to see whether they can convert that into a solid deployment.

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By Mark Jackson
Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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