UK connectivity supplier Neos Networks has introduced one other stage in its enterprise partnership with broadband supplier Toob to help the rising telco’s connectivity choices throughout the south of England.
Beginning life in 2019, Toob describes itself as a model new full-fibre broadband supplier on a mission to remodel the south of England’s web expertise. It guarantees to ship the quickest broadband within the area, enabling houses, companies, public providers and neighborhood teams to expertise “life-changing” full-fibre connectivity.
The partnership between the 2 companies, which started in June 2020 with the signing of a 20-year contract, is designed to allow Toob to utilise current Neos Networks subducts to deploy its community. It will assist it to broaden its community footprint to offer prospects with its full-fibre broadband connectivity.
The 2 telcos have been working intently over the previous yr to deploy a connectivity mission throughout Southampton. A brand new mission throughout Camberley and Farnborough, Surrey, is because of start roll-out later this yr.
By utilising Neos Networks’ pre-existing infrastructure, Toob says it can keep away from the necessity for expensive, time-consuming digs which can be disruptive to native residents. It will improve its deployment speeds, preserve prices down and is a extra environmentally aware choice. The connection additionally helps Toob’s Southampton community to ship service to greater than 100,000 premises, with the brand new community within the Surrey cities of Camberley, Farnborough, Ash and Aldershot delivering service to an extra 100,000 premises.
The partnership is a part of bigger efforts to assist drive the UK’s connectivity ambitions and future-proof the south of England by increasing regional connectivity alternatives. Neos Networks says the rise of UK altnets reminiscent of Toob is a key a part of this, providing aggressive connectivity options in contrast with the most important UK community suppliers.
“We’re delighted to be a trusted associate for Toob, an rising UK telco with formidable development plans,” stated Pete Asman, MD for public sector and enterprise at Neos Networks. “It is a nice collaborative relationship and a transparent instance of how Neos Networks is dedicated to supporting fast community enlargement that aids the future-proofing of the UK’s digital economic system.
“These Hampshire and Surrey areas within the south of England, usually ignored in comparison with in style city districts, will profit massively from the partnership.”
Nick Parbutt, CEO at Toob, added: “Toob is quickly increasing its community to permit shoppers and small companies to completely profit from the benefits of full-fibre supported by Neos Networks infrastructure. The partnership with Neos Networks might be a major assist in our drive to ship a community to multiple million premises over the following six years.”
The information comes simply after Neos Networks launched an economical, sub-1Gbps answer to help rising demand for full-fibre connectivity. Neos described the service as “good” for organisations with smaller websites which can be unsuitable for providers above 1Gbps, however are too mature for traditional broadband connectivity and might make good use of an economical sub-1Gbps Ethernet hybrid system which has been purpose-built to help rising demand for a full suite of Ethernet providers.