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Telecoms provider NYnet is to carry out a pilot project in Castle Howard, which will see the town's new business park equipped with high-speed broadband.

Through its Smart parks project, NYnet will attempt to demonstrate the benefits of next-generation broadband to companies in North Yorkshire.

According to the firm, companies across the county typically suffer from poor quality broadband connections, placing them at a competitive disadvantage.

Units at the 1,000-acre Park Farm Courtyard in Castle Howard will be equipped with un-contended broadband, which is designed to run faster and smoother than standard connections.

David Cullen, NYnet's Chief Executive, commented: "We are delighted to be working with the prestigious Castle Howard in the Smart Parks project.

"We hope that through the partnership we are able to encourage further business parks to consider next-generation broadband in their development plans."

The Federation of Small Businesses has continued to campaign for companies in rural areas to be equipped with high-speed broadband connections.

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