Wholesale fibre network launch in Hammersmith, Fulham by Fluidata.

Wednesday, June 25th 2014

Fluidata has announced that it would be launching wholesale fibre-optic broadband network in Hammersmith & Fulham. Fluidata would be joining hands with ITS Tech Group, a next generation infrastructure builder, to introduce the cost-effective wholesale fibre network, re-using existing ducts of those areas. The project would be using the Service Exchange Platform of Fulidata. This award winning platform is capable of aggregating the demand by more than 60 ISPs on the wholesale bandwidth with open access. The solution is claimed to give businesses the choice of ISPs without limiting to any of those dominating the market here.


Hammersmith and Fulham Council are now the first local authority (in England) to offer on a rental basis, access to the network from their underground ducting for CCTV, running to some 15km. Fluidata has signed a deal in which ITS will cover the cost of access rights. The council will also get a proportionate share in the future profits generated.


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