Sep 20, 2021
Netomnia, the Cheltenham-based fibre network operator has just passed 50,000 homes and businesses across its rollout areas. Having added 20,000 premises to its network only in the last two months, Netomnia is ramping up its network delivery fast.
Netomnia is now delivering its infrastructure in 14 towns across England, with more to come over the coming months, as it aims to connect 100,000 homes and businesses by the end of 2021, and one million premises by 2024.
Founded in 2019, the company is making multi-million pound investments across the UK and is aiming to prioritise cities and towns, previously left behind by other operators, where the existing mixed-copper-and-fibre or cable infrastructure cannot provide residents and businesses the future-proofed connectivity demanded by an ever-more digital-reliant economy.
Netomnia’s infrastructure allows for symmetrical (equal upload and download speeds) gigabit services up to 10 Gbps (10,000 Mbps) using XGS-PON technology; this means ISPs using Netomnia’s network will be able to offer their customers reliable ultrafast speeds for decades to come.
Jeremy Chelot, Netomnia founder and CEO, said: “To have passed more than 50,000 premises in such a short time is an incredible achievement and testament to our people’s talent, drive and innovation, as well as to our construction partners’ vast capabilities and openness to new ways of working. I’m proud of the way we have risen to the challenge of providing networks that quite frankly embarrass the rest of the UK, with little fuss and disruption.”
More information on Netomnia’s coverage area and current partner Internet Service Providers can be found at netomnia.com/areas