Broadband provider Griffin Internet has taken steps to "significantly improve its network capacity", it has been reported.
The internet service provider and managed host has adopted Transmode's Intelligent WDM solution in order to create a new optical network.
As a result, Griffin will be able to "massively increase" the amount of traffic it carries on each and every fibre in the network, allowing the firm to improve service levels.
Ian Sunderland, Chief Technology Officer at Griffin, explained that the new network would break even in less than a year, with only small incremental costs being seen in years two and three as capacity grows.
"Additionally, we wanted total control over our whole network in order to ensure the most reliable solution for our customers," he explained.
"We needed to be able to scale our network to give us more flexible growth options. Working with Transmode, we are now also able to enter new markets with Ethernet Wavelength services."
In a recent survey conducted by Swan Independent Research, respondents named Griffin Internet as the best UK channel internet service provider, beating BT into second place.