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Digital Durham’s fibre broadband rollout benefits 36,000 properties …

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Posted by admin on January 7, 2015

The Digital Durham project started work with its first fibre street-cabinet installed a year ago and now has passed 36,000 premises with superfast fibre broadband. This 25 million initiative aims to reach across properties in County Durham, Gateshead, Sunderland and Tees Valley.

BT s Openreach engineers and planners, nearly a 100 of them, have been working hard to lay some 200km of fibre-optic cable and install 235 new fibre broadband street-cabinets across the areas it aims. With the Durham County Council included, 8 local authorities joined to strike a deal with BT to extend high-speed fibre broadband to around 94% of the premises in their regions by 2016 end.

BT has invested 5.9 million, with a 1.3 million contribution from the public sector partners from Tees Valley and Sunderland.

7.8 million comes from the Durham County Council & Gateshead, with BDUK adding 9.1 million of government funds.

Councillor Jane Brown, cabinet member for corporate services, who is happy to hear stories of people being benefited, has encourage more people to consider faster internet access.

Simon Roberson, Regional Partnership Director at BT North East, pointed out that their engineers have been tirelessly working to deliver on time, on track, a project of this size, passing fibre lines to about 1,000 premises per week.

Investment in fibre and faster speeds seems now essential for future economic growth with broadband takers increasing strongly, with all helping members of local communities build their skills and creating new jobs and businesses, he added.

References

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  2. ^ UK Online (www.broadbandsuppliers.co.uk)

Wessex Internet to boost fibre capacity across Dorset and Wiltshire

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Posted by admin on November 7, 2014

Wessex Internet, the rural ISP, will be commissioning a new internet backhaul link that will boost up their capacity by more than double and also help accommodate more and more subscribers coming into the network.

Wessex Internet offers superfast wireless broadband of 30Mbps+ and ultra-fast fibre-optic services of up to 100Mbps to households and businesses, across many parts of South West Wiltshire and North Dorset.

The ISP has apparently become quite popular with residents here, as nobody has so far availed of the money-back guarantee offered to new connections and thus Wessex maintains a 100% client retention record.

The rural ISP is now preparing for growth and to face future competition that is posed by the on-going BT Openreach roll-out of FTTC services, on BDUK aided schemes.

References

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  2. ^ UK ISP News (www.broadbandsuppliers.co.uk)