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Business ISP Spitfire Sign Deal to Use Vorboss’ London Fibre Network

Wednesday, Mar 13th, 2024 (9:43 am) - Score 560
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Business telecommunications and UK broadband ISP Spitfire has today announced that they’ve signed a new a wholesale partnership deal with Vorboss, which will enable them to harness the operator’s new 100Gbps capable dedicated full fibre network in London.

At present Vorboss, which is backed by the Fern Trading Group to the tune of up to £300 million, has already deployed over 500km of fibre optic cables – enough to potentially connect all commercial buildings in Central London. The network can provide point-to-point Carrier Tail and Direct Internet to London businesses across all sectors.

As for Spitfire, they’ve recently signed a number of similar wholesale access agreements with other alternative network operators, such as CityFibre and G.Network. Suffice to say that the new agreement with Vorboss is a continuation of that expansion and will enable them to better serve customers in the central London area.

Harry Bowlby, MD of Spitfire Network Services, said:

“We’re excited to sign this wholesale partnership with Vorboss, and to add more options for our customers operating in London. We understand for many businesses operating across multiple sectors that the Internet or Wide Area Networking (WAN) service they deploy is critical when it comes to day-to-day operations. This Vorboss partnership enhances our current offering and delivers high-quality high bandwidth dedicated fibre at a competitive price.”

Tim Creswick, Vorboss Founder and CEO, said:

“Spitfire is a highly respected brand in this space, and a great partner. Our partnership gives business customers a choice as to how they connect to our network, and enables Spitfire to sell unique speeds, including our 10, 25 and 100Gbps products – supporting the demands of the most data-hungry business customers. Our development teams have already delivered bespoke systems integration to enable a quick ordering process, and we’re looking forward to this being a long and successful partnership.”

The move comes shortly after Vorboss launched its 25Gbps product exclusively for channel partners (here), and Spitfire is the first partner to take that to market.

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