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ISP Scotland Online Re-Brands to Brightsolid
By: MarkJ - 18 July, 2008 (8:59 AM)

Scotland based broadband ISP Scotland Online has re-branded itself to Brightsolid. The move is designed to reflect the providers "evolving position in the UK business market and growing range of online expertise and products". That is to say, they don't just provide Internet access services anymore:

The new name reflects the research conclusions that the company was seen to be "bright" in terms of its people and approach, and "solid" in terms of its resilient infrastructure and delivery.

The re-branding is among a raft of changes approved by brightsolid's board, which recruited Mr van der Kuyl to his role late last year, and supported the recent acquisition of findmypast.com from Title Research Group. brightsolid is owned by publishers D.C. Thomson (DCT) and Noble Grossart Investments (NGI).

"We aim to be the business-critical ISP of choice," added Mr van der Kuyl. "We will also create new ventures from within our core business just as we did with our family history venture."

http://www.brightsolid.com .

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