Superfast connectivity coming to Birmingham Business Parks

Expanding internet service provider (ISP) WarwickNet is set for a busy summer spent liberating business parks across Birmingham from poor connectivity.

Nearly 50 cabinets will be installed across the Second City before the end of September by WarwickNet, with firms based at King’s Norton Business Centre, Garretts Green Industrial Estate, Duddeston Mill Road, Aston Cross Business Park, Thimblemill Lane and Gravelly Industrial Estate, among others, set to benefit.

This significant investment expands WarwickNet’s reach across the Midlands, with sites including Minworth Industrial Estate, Coleshill Industrial Estate, Birmingham Business Park and Tile Cross Trading Estate, plus parks at Milton Keynes, Northampton, Coventry and Leicester, all connected by the growing ISP.

As part of its offering, WarwickNet delivers fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) and fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) technologies, with firms benefitting from business-grade broadband of up to 100 Mbit/s, uncontended Premium Internet Access with unlimited data transfer allowance, gigabit dedicated leased lines, as well as hosted voice over IP solutions.

In order to help deliver FTTP, the company is one of only five ISPs across the country to be deploying Physical Infrastructure Access (PIA) commercially, allowing them to build their own infrastructure faster and more efficiently, without seeking permission from BT’s Openreach.

WarwickNet’s business-grade broadband packages start at £60 per month and uncontended Premium Internet Services at £150 per month.

WarwickNet founder Ben King said:

“With a rapidly-evolving marketplace for many industries, suffering with inadequate broadband can cripple productivity in what is now a lean business generation. We are happy to help industrial estates and business parks get up to speed with a broadband service every business should expect.”  

To find out more about WarwickNet and your connectivity options across Birmingham, get in touch on 02476 997 222.

Monday, 10th July 2017