Openreach extends it business broadband network
Britain’s biggest wholesale broadband network, Openreach, has commenced construction on a brand-new ultrafast broadband network in the Scottish Lowlands town of Falkirk and is extending its full fibre broadband network within Grangemouth. It also has its sights set on the English town of Luton for its upcoming fibre build plans.
The massive upgrade to the full-fibre broadband is designed to provide local businesses and residents with easy access to some of the most dependable and fastest broadband currently available here in the UK.
At present, more than 10,000 business premises and households in Falkirk enjoy access to the Openreach network. The all-new network will reach most businesses and homes in Falkirk, but Openreach also aims to extend its robust full fibre network to the suburbs of Shieldhill, Stenhousemuir and Larbert.
Openreach also has plans hundreds of miles to the south in Luton. The new update will include approximately 40,000 businesses and homes across the Bedfordshire town, empowering them to access gigabit-capable speeds to answer growing data demands.
Full fibre broadband is recognised as providing more resilient, reliable and future-proofed connectivity. It experiences fewer faults and has more predictable speeds. It also has sufficient capacity to meet the latest data demands. which are ever increasing. The new full fibre broadband upgrade from Openreach will enable thousands of firms to connect multiple devices while harnessing gigabit-capable speeds. As a result of the new initiative, the network will help local businesses to trade and compete online in the decades to come.