Business broadband ISP and MSP Connectus expands its network in the UK

Wednesday, August 31, 2022 (4:33 p.m.) – Score 0

Internet service provider and managed service provider (MSP) Connectus has extended the footprint of its gigabit-ready fiber optic network to include two new business centers in Cheshire (England) at Canalside and Northwhich, as well as in the region from Southside to Birmingham and to Woodside on the Wirral.

The expansion will allow Connectus to work with over 1,000 companies before the end of the year (they currently work with 820 customers), although the announcement was fairly light on details.

Connectus Group CEO Roy Shelton said:This is the next step in an ongoing development phase of our business. It gives businesses access to gigabit-enabled services from just £99 per month. Our network deployment strategy focuses solely on enterprises and will empower them for their digital transformation through the delivery of enterprise-grade VoiP, which is fully integrated with TEAMS, Microsoft 365 licensing, migration and support. Through secure hosting, we will also help provide a fully managed cybersecurity offering as well as unparalleled IT support and service management..”

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