Exascale, an alternative network provider (altnet) head quartered in Telford, Shropshire with a growing Full Fibre network in the West Midlands, has today announced it has started to build an expansion of their network into West Bromwich. Connecting over 4,000 underserved homes and businesses to their Gigabit Full Fibre network in West Bromwich.
Thomas Bibb, CEO said “At Exascale we understand how important a reliable, strong and performant home or business WiFi connection is. Especially for families up and down the country, educating their children and working from home during this difficult time.
We’ve made it our mission to deliver not only Gigabit Full Fibre to the front door, but throughout the home. Providing whole home Mesh WiFi solutions as part of our standard service offering, delivering fibre like speeds in all rooms of the home.”
Nicola Richards, MP for West Bromwich East said “Ever since my election as West Bromwich East’s MP, constituents in Greets Green have been raising their concerns about the lack of high-speed internet for their homes. I am delighted that Exascale have stepped up to plug the gaps in local broadband infrastructure and I will be looking into how we can address poor connectivity in other areas of the constituency.”