New full fibre infrastructure in the City means businesses can be more efficient, productive, and responsive.
Stuart Elford, CEO, Devon and Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, applauded IDNet’s efforts to encourage wider uptake of faster connectivity services, saying: “Businesses in Plymouth are positive and progressive in their approach and being able to get faster connectivity will enable them to sharpen their competitive edge. There are so many businesses across the city that can benefit.
“After the coronavirus pandemic, we really need to get tourism and commercial business moving again and faster connectivity will put real impetus behind those efforts and make the city more attractive to businesses that are looking to relocate to the region.”
We are urging businesses in Plymouth to take advantage of full fibre connectivity speeds of up to 1Gbps now available to them. With many businesses now looking to recover strongly following prolonged periods of low level activity due to the coronavirus outbreak, now is the right time for them to invest in a modern, ultra-fast connectivity service that will ensure they can compete both on the national and international stage.
Tim Davies, co-founder and director of IDNet, stated: “There are already lots of great businesses in the city, from the naval and commercial ports, through to the powerhouse retailers, and with more inward investment in prospect, the potential for Plymouth is huge. But for these businesses to be able to compete on a national and even on a global level, they require the fast, reliable, affordable business connectivity that IDNet is now ready to deliver in the city.”
He added: “Faster connectivity makes you more competitive. It means you can be more productive and respond quicker. You can deliver better levels of service to customers – wherever they are located – and take advantage of the latest online services, such as cloud-based AI and analytics offerings and hosted voice.