The internet service provider Eclipse looks as if it will be joining the ranks of those ISPs offering high speed broadband services.
It seems that these days high speed broadband is the benchmark from which all ISPs will be measured, and Eclipse wants to be in there, offering a connection speed of up to 40 Mbps.
Currently Eclipse is carrying out trials of this service with both business and residential users.
There are in fact around sixty customers testing the service, which can also offer an upload speed of up to 5 Mbps.
According to Eclipse, customers could find themselves being some of the first broadband users to get fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) with a connection of up to 40 Mbps.