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The parent company of Manchester-based broadband provider Fused Networks has secured new investment allowing it to relocate its operations.

Fused Group, which offers a range of business connectivity solutions for more than 175 firms across the UK, has moved into a larger office building in order to continue its expansion.

It is hoped that the new investment will help to ensure that it builds upon what was a 2008-09 trading year, during which time it exceeded all of its broadband and business targets and enjoyed a turnover of £4.5 million.

Fused Group Chief Operating Officer Mark Salvin said: "This is a really exciting time for us and the culmination of a lot of work for the whole company.

"We appreciate we are in an enviable position and are determined to maximise it - the atmosphere in the company at the moment is excellent."

As well as its Fused Networks internet service provider, the group also specialises in IP telephony and mobile broadband applications.

Fused Networks also works with broadband dealers, resellers and wholesalers to help them develop their strategies.

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