Posted on August 13, 2018 by staff

Manchester to get first look at superfast internet


National network operator Vaioni Group is making a multi-million-pound investment into revolutionising the UK’s connectivity industry, starting in Manchester.

Through its internet connectivity network V.E.N., Vaioni plans to build one of the most advanced and powerful internet networks in the UK, giving businesses the power to make changes to their own internet networks instantly.

The network aims to alleviate the issues that thousands of UK businesses still face with slow and unreliable internet connectivity.

Standardising 1Gb and 10Gb superfast internet services, V.E.N. currently connects over 60 cities and towns, 96 exchanges and 180,000 postcodes across the country.

This latest expansion will see it become one of the UK’s largest and most sophisticated connectivity networks, connecting to around 80 per cent of UK businesses.

“There is a real need for a Business-Only Network Operator which can deliver the speeds and agility a modern business requires,” said Vaioni Group managing director Sachin Vaish.

“We are working with world-class businesses and world-class technologies alongside the Government’s initiatives in building world-class connectivity for British businesses to compete even better at a global level.

“Our objective is simple – to build and revolutionise the connectivity industry, delivering superfast speeds, which incorporates intelligence and automation from an industry which is riddled with poor speeds, poor service and long waiting times to get even the most basic things done.

“Businesses today want service now, at the fastest internet speeds, with the ability to adapt their internet connections and networks to the needs of their business with a few clicks in an app, with little to no technical expertise.

“Imagine being able to increase internet bandwidth within seconds through a few clicks in an app for example, which normally would take several weeks to do with the traditional connectivity providers.”

Built on Vaioni’s Core Network the new connectivity infrastructure will come to Manchester first, putting the city’s businesses in control of their connectivity for the first time.

The move will empower them with the ability to manage and make changes to their own internet networks instantly, delivering unlimited flexibility and agility. V.E.N. will allow customers to increase and decrease bandwidth as and when required, in real-time.

They will also receive the highest level of customer service, support and fast provisioning, which is backed by an industry leading SLA, delivering extraordinary connectivity to businesses across Manchester and throughout the UK.

Vaioni works with hundreds of SME’s and multi-tenanted businesses throughout the UK, including Grant Thornton UK LLP, Manchester Airport Group, Russell Hobbs and Drax Power.