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Superfast Broadband now available as business-grade Ethernet

EoFTTC (Ethernet over Fibre to the Cabinet) is a next generation access product that has been launched by Commsworld and Fluency.  The product which utilises Openreach's new 'superfast' broadband rollout provides high quality Ethernet connectivity of up to 80Mb/s.  FTTC has been available for some time, however up until now it has been delivered over BT's national broadband network, which means businesses were contending for bandwidth alongside domestic users.  Commsworld's new Ethernet over FTTC product is directly connected into the Fluency carrier-grade access network across multiple points of presence in Scotland and London.


Commsworld Support Basketball Scotland Under 12s

Basketball ScotlandCommsworld was delighted to support Matthew Blackwood and the Scottish basketball under-12s squad, helping take the team to a tournament in Andorra.

Matthew, who lives in Stonehaven, just south of Aberdeen, said: “Playing against Spanish teams who are better than us was the best part of the trip to Andorra. They were friendly, fun to play against, but they were fast and very skilful. Some of the Spanish teams even supported us in the tournament, which I thought was amazing!”


Business Woman Scotland Article

Commsworld feature in the current issue of the Business Woman Scotland magazine, discussing everything you need to know about moving office. To read the article in full please click on the image:

Business Woman Scotland Article


Front Page of Networking+

Commsworld are delighted to share with you our front page cover on the Networking+ magazine featuring our new Fluency network offering. You can also view this in PDF format .


Commsworld Calls for Scottish Internet Exchange

Commsworld has called for Scotland to have its own dedicated internet exchange to dramatically improve connections for the business community.

The idea, discussed at the London Internet Exchange (LINX) Peering event in Edinburgh on March 27th, hosted by the Scottish Government and London Internet Exchange (LINX), would allow businesses to benefit from better speed and efficiency by allowing information to be routed quickly within Scotland instead of having to travel via a hub in London.

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