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Fibre-optic broadband provider Virgin Media has confirmed it has set ambitious targets for its new business internet offering.

The company has revealed it is hoping that Virgin Media Business will enjoy "significant growth" over the coming months and intends for it add between 40 and 50 new channel partners, reports CRN.

Jason King, the Head of Wholesale Voice and Data at the company, said it is specifically targeting organisations that sell a large amount of data, adding that its service could offer benefits over rivals.

"Given that the BT 21CN rollout is not complete, it is too soon to compare technical specifications," he outlined in an interview with the website.

"However, we can say that elements of 21CN will run on copper wiring, which is limited in capacity compared with the Virgin Media all-fibre network."

Virgin Media Business is a revamped version of the ntl:Telewest Business service and is being operated from 40 offices across the UK.

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