Pioneers of super fast fibre optic networks using the sewer expands into five divisions to cope with high demand.
Formed in 2002, H2O Networks Group is a pioneer of deploying super fast fibre optic cable in the UK’s waste water network. Due to phenomenal growth over the last eighteen months, the company has expanded into five divisions and has today been renamed i3 Group.
i3 Group comprises of: Fibrecity Holdings, H2O Networks, H2O International, Innovation Centre and World Wide Distribution Centre.
Fibrecity provides connectivity to entire towns and cities. It delivers a fibre optic network capable of delivering next generation services, including broadband of up to 100Mbps, to every business, organisation and citizen in the vicinity. Bournemouth and Dundee have been announced as the first Fibrecities in the UK.
H2O Networks provides business networks using Darc (Derestricted Access Route Connections), a fibre solution that allows businesses and organisations to realise their full potential, while preserving the environment in which they operate. Customers include councils, universities and businesses such as Dundee City Council, University of Bath and Specsavers.
H2O International, launched today, is working with trusted partners overseas to make the reality of super fast communications accessible to areas that have limited or no connectivity as well as those that require next generation access. South Africa is the first country to benefit from this innovative technology.
The Innovation Centre and World Wide Distribution Centre will support the other areas of the business in terms of technical support, training, storage and distribution.