Businesses located in towns and rural communities across the south west could soon be staring ultrafast fibre broadband in the face following a link up between ISP Jurassic Fibre and South West Communications Group.
Jurassic Fibre is rolling out a gigabit capable network in the region as part of a five year infrastructure project initially targeting towns and villages in east Devon.
Jurassic Fibre's key technical facility is co-located in South West Communications’ data centre in Sowton, Exeter.
“Jurassic Fibre’s new network will be a welcome and long-awaited connectivity option for businesses in these areas," stated South West Communications Brian Lodge.
"They will now benefit from speeds of up to 10Gbps, which means they can reliably use cloud-based services. This represents a huge opportunity for this business community.”
Michael Maltby, CEO of Jurassic Fibre, added: “Our joint offering to the region’s business community is a step change in terms of broadband speeds and reliability, helping them to reach their full potential in an increasingly digital-dependent regional, national and global economy.”
Pictured: Jurassic Fibre's CTO Sanjoy Bose, Michael Maltby, Brian Lodge and South West Comms Commercial Director Jon Whiley.