Mysterious Edinburgh Building is key to Internet Black Hole
Holyrood PR tells the story of how communications company Commsworld took on the challenge of healing an Edinburgh City Centre internet ‘Black Hole’.
Thousands of businesses in Edinburgh city centre are to be offered a solution to an ‘internet black hole’ problem that is crippling their efforts to trade successfully in the digital age.
The centre of Edinburgh – the hub of much of the capital’s key financial services and legal sector – is a notorious problem area dubbed a “Not Spot”.
However, experts from Commsworld, which has its HQ in Edinburgh, have announced they will “unbundle” the local exchange network from BT this month, allowing businesses in the area to access an affordable, business-only internet connection with guaranteed speeds.
A number of firms are already lining up to join the new service, which Commsworld believes will help it ramp up turnover to exceed £10m in 2014.
Charlie Boisseau, Managing Director of Fluency Communications – Commsworld’s network division – said the breakthrough will be welcome news to businesses blighted by poor connection and download speeds, which hamper their ability to compete with rivals elsewhere in the country.
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