Giganet offers fibre broadband services to millions homes and businesses in the UK via network partnerships
Internet service provider giganet selected UK fibre connectivity supplier Neos Networks in order to drive network expansion throughout the UK.
Neos Networks will be providing connectivity for its new network in southern counties and its plans to roll out gigabit fibre to-the-premises (FTTP) services.
Giganet aims to have the core network, first four exchange rings, and the first four exchange rings online by the end this year. It also plans to build 300,000. homes in Hampshire, Wiltshire and Dorset with its own fibre network rollout in four years.
The project was started by the two companies in 2021. Neos Networks will provide Giganet the local connectivity required to transport traffic to its data centers and national networks.
Matthew Skipsey, chief technology officer at Giganet, stated that “Neos Networks rose up to the challenge of providing resilient and high-capacity backhaul circuits across a broad range of exchanges as also our core data centers.”
“The availability of reliable, high-quality connections at our points of presence enabled us to rapidly roll out hyperfast, full-speed broadband to a market hungry for better connectivity.
Sarah Mills, chief revenue officer at Neos Networks, said that both Neos Networks (and Giganet) have taken a collaborative approach in this relationship.
“This has allowed us to deliver solutions faster than ever as the Giganet network expands, and it also allows us to seamlessly transition connectivity between points without disruption.
“There is no doubt that UK residents will be able to benefit from better, faster and more resilient connectivity if they work in partnership with other network providers like Giganet.”