Internet service provider (ISP) network supplier Entanet has announced the completion of a major infrastructure upgrade.
The firm, which offers 10Gb services across London, has increased capacity by 500 per cent on its London-Midland-North ring, reports ISPreview.co.uk.
Entanet has replaced eight 1Gb wavelengths linking the capital to Nottingham, Sheffield, Leeds and Manchester with four 10Gb wavelengths.
Steve Lalonde, Entanet's Chief Technical Officer, said the work had been completed in response to increased demand for higher capacity services.
He said that the latest upgrade was key to staying ahead of service demand, and would be "good news" for ISPs serving business customers of all sizes.
"It means they can even more confidently accommodate service demands and growth ambitions of those customers," Mr Lalonde added.
"We're seeing an impressive increase in resellers' appetite for helping their customers implement mixed Ethernet and broadband based virtual networks."