Friday, March 1st, 2019 (12:01 am) – Score 0
Business ISP RHM Telecommunications has joined the ITS Technology Group’s network platform, which among other things will give them access to the operator’s various wholesale multi-Gigabit capable “full fibre” services. RHM is understood to have a specific focus on tackling “connectivity blackspots” in Bristol and West London.
At present ITS are known to operate around 22 UK fibre optic and wireless broadband networks across England, particularly in London (Hammersmith & Fulham), Bristol, Hereford, Nottingham and Tameside. However RHM appears to be primarily interested in the coverage gaps that have been left by Openreach (BT) around Bristol and West London.
Nick Thomas, MD of RHM, said that the operator “provides thousands of internet connections for our clients” and have become “increasingly frustrated by the lack of availability in certain areas including some cities and major conurbations.”
Daren Baythorpe, CEO of ITS, said:
“We are delighted to welcome RHM Telecommunications onto our partner programme. Our growing network footprint complements the areas where RHM has demand to supply services, but also gives the business the opportunity to expand into new territories quickly.
Connectivity blackspots are not the sole domain of rural areas – many urban locations are still overlooked. Our duct and asset reuse models mean that we can install customers quickly with minimum disruption which is an appealing proposition both for our partners and their end customers.”
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