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September 18, 2009

Torbay Council gets 30 Mbps broadband

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by David Allen

The internet service provider, Eclipse Internet, is providing Torbay Council with a high capacity broadband connection, in order to help the council cope with the increase in use of its network.

According to the council, the high speed broadband connection is needed because of the increase in staff working from home.

The increased capacity will allow the network to cope with the increase in traffic.

Torbay Council previously used a 4 Mbps leased line from Eclipse Internet.

The new 30 Mbps connection can easily be increased up to 100 Mbps in the future, as and when the network allows the expansion.

This project is one of many being operated in the UK, where local authorities are getting access to super fast broadband.

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