Aberdeen Firm Offers Next-Gen Broadband to Energy Sector

November 11, 2009 at 10:17 am Leave a comment

Converged Communication Solutions is the first independent Scottish Internet service provider (ISP) to offer a ADSL2+ broadband package, providing global energy businesses with increased bandwidth and faster Internet connection speeds. Benefits include increased efficiency for remote working (via remote access technology) as well as more effective communication via video conferencing technology.

            A recent report published by Oxford University Business School stated that UK broadband is not fit for use, ranking the UK’s systems 31 out of 66 countries. Britain was listed among countries whose broadband is only “meeting needs for today,” while technologically advanced countries like South Korea and Japan dominated, largely due to their commitment to super fast networks.

            Neil Christie, Converged technical director, said: “ADSL2+ will allow users to obtain more bandwidth for little or no extra outlay. Existing services (e-mail traffic, Web browsing, downloads and uploads) will be quicker, with newer services on the Internet, such as video streaming, becoming more accessible.

            “We are delighted to be the first independent Scottish internet provider to offer this broadband package. I believe it will enhance our clients’ productivity by offering greater speed and flexibility. Our aim has always been to provide a personal service that ensures our clients get the best solution for their communication needs.”

            The firm was recently recognized for its innovation in technology when it was named a finalist in the “Best Use of ICT” category at the Northern Star Business Awards.





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