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November 21, 2008

Fibre network attracts ISPs


by David Allen

North Wales will be getting super fast broadband early on in 2009; this is down to the work of an open network operator Fibrespeed.

They have built a fibre network capable of delivering broadband speeds of up to 100 Mbps.

To celebrate the launch of this new network on the 27th November, the company will be announcing that they have managed to entice the support of nine internet service providers, including: Advanced Information Systems (AIS), Carrier Wales, Data Cymru, Geo, Hostinguk.net, iData, Comms Management, Integratek and NetServe.

The network was funded by a £30 million investment from the Welsh Assembly, the European development fund and Geo Networks.

This will now allow the ISPs to offer this service throughout the North Wales area.

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