Bristol SMBs gain 1Gbps 'full fibre' network access through local council and HNS

Tom Allen
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The network will be expanded through funds from the project
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The network will be expanded through funds from the project

The network covers most of the city and will bring FTTP connections to local businesses

Hub Network Services (HNS) is to provide local Bristol businesses with ultra-fast broadband connections, through an agreement with Bristol City Council. The firms will use the council's own BNET duct fibre...

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