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  • The 3 layers of a Smart City

    There are three key layers to consider when implementing a Smart City Strategy

    The 3 layers of a Smart City

  • Dark fibre - A speedy route to success for universities

    Technology is evolving rapidly; and as technology expands, so do the demands on your network.

    Dark fibre - A speedy route to success for universities

  • What is a Smart Place?

    Technology can connect infrastructure, business, communities, public service and individual citizens in ways that were previously impossible, improving economic and social well-being and transforming public services. But this research is about how that technology can be used better and more effectively to achieve these connections, not about the technology itself.

    What is a Smart Place?

  • Why Dark Fibre is a worthwhile investment

    The business world has changed dramatically and businesses now realise the increasing benefits that hosted technology brings. As more and more core business applications become cloud based, this drives the need for more bandwidth.

    Why Dark Fibre is a worthwhile investment

  • What is Dark Fibre and how can it future proof your business?

    The business world has changed dramatically over the past ten years. Businesses now realise the increasing benefits that cloud and hosted technology brings. This typically will incur increasing costs to standard legacy circuits as more bandwidth is required. Dark Fibre eliminated the increasing cost as they are charge per circuit and not against circuit bandwidth.

    What is Dark Fibre and how can it future proof your business?

  • Smart Cities: A blueprint to success

    Smart Cities, Smart Places, Future Cities, Digital Cities – common words you have probably heard or read about and ultimately they lead to the same concept.

    Smart Cities: A blueprint to success

  • When Should You Consider Dark Fibre?

    In this digital age the demands being placed on a businesses ICT infrastructure continues to grow at a rapid rate – which typically means so do the ongoing running costs.

    When Should You Consider Dark Fibre?