Commsworld is set to complete the migration and transformation of Renfrewshire Council’s Wide Area Network (WAN) as part of its £15m contract to upgrade and modernise the council’s digital connectivity and services.
Last month, Scotland made history by becoming the first country to ever host the inaugural UCI Cycling World Championships. Over the course of 11 days, a total of 13 World Championship events took place, from indoor track cycling at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, to BMX riding at Glasgow Green, Elite Road Race events in Glasgow’s city centre and across the central belt, Individual Time Trials in Stirling, Mountain Biking at Fort William and Glentress Forest, and Para Road Racing in Dumfries & Galloway.
As a named supplier, the Edinburgh-headquartered company, can now offer WAN data access services, LAN services, digital communications services, and contact centre to public sector organisations in the UK.
Commsworld has secured a £1.25m contract to provide the digital infrastructure to stage and broadcast the inaugural UCI Cycling World Championships, to be held at multiple venues across Scotland this August.
Commsworld has begun the countdown to its 30-year anniversary next year by unveiling its very first official charity partner, Right There. The year-long partnership was launched by Commsworld Chief Executive Steve Langmead and Right There Chief Executive Janet Haugh at a special ‘company day’ at the UK-wide networking and connectivity solutions provider’s new headquarters in Edinburgh.
North Lanarkshire Council and Commsworld urge local businesses to sign up to free one-day event focusing on the benefits of digital growth Businesses of all sizes and from all industries will come together for a special one-day event to encourage North Lanarkshire’s business community to embrace the benefits of digital innovation and transformation.
Northumberland County Council has awarded Commsworld, a £22m contract to transform the county’s digital infrastructure over the next 20 years. The contract represents a step change by the council, to embrace a progressive, long-term approach to infrastructure and connectivity in line with its digital strategy. It involves replacing its ageing Wide Area Network (WAN) with world-class full-fibre infrastructure which will also provide businesses and communities across the county – including its most rural areas – with access to faster, high-quality, reliable connectivity.