Telcom Infrastructure partners with local authorities, real estate owners, investors, landowners and communities to deploy metropolitan networks, whilst partnering with service providers who are able to offer products and services direct to the end consumer.
Fibre to your
The UK lacks fit for purpose technology infrastructure. As a nation we're struggling with the demand for data.
Modern, open, pure fibre infrastructure is the only way to support the digital economy, facilitate national growth and enable future prosperity.
We believe, that to truly transform a nation's internet there are two key components required from a full-fibre infrastructure provider.
Build an ecosystem, not a monopoly
A shared and open infrastructure lowers the barriers to entry for new and local service providers allowing real competition to take place and rewards service providers that deliver better services at lower prices. Not only this, but sharing the same infrastructure means that new providers in the market do not need to re-dig routes.
Focus on infrastructure, not services
Telcom Infrastructure is focused on the infrastructure, not the services - like broadband - that run on it. This is an important distinction because only a fully neutral and open infrastructure offers the opportunity for businesses and public sector to capture more of the value chain and to innovate. Once a reliable infrastructure is established, service providers will be able to build end user servicers on top.
Hubs as well as spokes
Digital infrastructure needs hubs, nodes and meet-me points as well as the links between them. This is important because the structure of the old telephone system is not suited to the Internet. By building new, neutral hubs we get an opportunity to create new hotspots for digital businesses, whilst bringing cities and towns closer to the cloud.
Our solution for an open, pure fibre network is made up of two core components:
A Digital Exchange is a place for Internet supply and demand to meet, whilst acting as small-scale cloud data centers located at the edge of the Internet.
Wholesale-only open access networks, providing independent full fibre infrastructure across towns and cities.
The Telcom Infrastructure approach focuses on the layers, how they need to be dealt with separately, and emphasises the importance nodes, hubs and hosting have alongside fibre and 5G.