Following the successful build of its own next generation network from Guildford to Godalming, NextGenAccess is pleased to announce it has partnered with retail service provider Surrey Hills Internet to serve customers on its Guildford network. 11 business parks with over 316 businesses now have access to speeds of up to 10GB.
“Connecting customers to Gigabit Capable Access will be a real boost to businesses along our 9kms of ultrafast fibre network. SME’s will have access to real ultrafast broadband and they will see the benefits straight away.” – said Steve Heapes from NextGenAccess
“Surrey Hills Internet will help customers discover NextGenAccess’s amazing own network speeds and service” – he added.
Tim Anker from Surrey Hills mentioned:
“The speed and availability of NextGenAccess will help businesses throughout the Guildford to Godalming business corridor, a real boost to small and medium businesses who usually have difficulties convincing the major Internet service providers of the value of providing ultrafast connections. NextGenAccess listened and was quick in delivering the most advanced communications technology to companies of all sizes. We are delighted to partner in this truly next generation project.”
Oliver Helm from Surrey Hills provided technical feedback on their 1st Wholesale broadband connection:
“… We’ve been heavily testing the 100 Mbps broadband line you installed for us in Godalming. A 1-hour soak test showed a constant 104 Mbps upload and download speed with 0% packet loss and < 1ms jitter back to our data centre presence in Docklands. Very pleased.”
NextGenAccess Ltd is a developer of ultrafast wholesale and custom fibre broadband infrastructure in England and Wales. Its core business is to deliver next generation, high speed connectivity products to allow organisations of all sizes to realise the commercial and operational benefits of cloud-based services, mobility and unified communications. NextGenAccess has successfully built an independent network across the UK with over 100 Points of Presence (“PoPs”) in ten different local authority areas, whereby small businesses in otherwise underserved areas can connect directly to wholesale fibre-to-the-premise (“FTTP”) broadband at speeds of up to 10Gbps.
NextGenAccess is a privately owned company with investment from the National Digital Infrastructure Fund, a commercial fund established in 2017 by Amber Infrastructure Group which has over £8 billion of assets under management with interests in digital and other public infrastructure, sustainable energy and real estate.