H2O Networks expands Scottish team

H2O Networks,┬áthe specialist provider of fibre optic networks via the UK’s sewer system, today announced the appointment of David Elliott as regional sales manager for Scotland. Elliott brings with him over 20 years sales experience gained in the IT and telecoms sector. Elfed Thomas, managing director, H2O Networks, said: “Scotland is a key sales area

Dundee residents and businesses invited to opt in to Scotland’s first Fibrecity

The City of discovery to benefit from the fastest communications network in Europe. Fibrecity has today announced that residents and businesses in the City of Dundee have been invited to connect to its city-wide fibre optic communications network for free via an opt in campaign that will run over the next 12 months. The fibre

H2O Networks’ customer recognised in e-Government awards

University of Bath receives commendation for excellence in innovation in strategy at a local level. H2O Networks is today celebrating the news that one of its customers, the University of Bath has been highly commended in the recent e-Government awards. The University was recognised in the ‘Innovation in strategy at a local level’ category for

British firm set to revolutionise communication networks around the World

South Africa will be the first to benefit from H2O’s innovative use of the sewer networks to lay fibre optic cables British firm i3, formerly H2O Networks Group, the pioneers of using the sewer network to build super fast fibre optic networks, has today announced plans to expand overseas to revolutionise communication networks around the

H2O Networks advocates the use of sewers for next generation broadband

The sewers will be the duct it uses for the vast majority of each of its optical fibre projects Broadband cables should be put in sewers to help cope with the soaring demand for online video content, is what media regulator Ofcom is saying. H2O Networks, the pioneer of providing fibre connectivity via the UK’s