Entanet has announced plans to upgrade the London-Midland-North ring of its network infrastructure to increase broadband capacity.
The networking provider will increase bandwidth capacity from 2Gb to 10Gb on this route, allowing it to achieve the same level of performance as in the capital.
According to the firm, the move will help boost company growth and provide channel partners with greater opportunities to meet the broadband needs of their client businesses.
Steve Lalonde, Entanet's Chief Technical Officer, commented: "As part of the rollout of our national network over a year ago now, we already operate at 10Gb or better across London and at 10Gb between London and our principal Birmingham, Stoke and Manchester locations.
"Now, in line with our investment plans, forecasted growth and our network development strategy, were upgrading the links around the midland and northern areas to 10Gb."
Last month, it was reported that Entanet achieved 37.97 per cent annual sales growth between 2006-07 and 2009-10, helping it consolidate its position in the Sunday Times Tech Track 100.