01T targets international connectivity opportunity

Specialist network provider, 01T, today announced the launch of their new channel proposition to support channel partners design, build and manage high bandwidth international connectivity.

The new channel proposition includes both a reseller / white-label service incorporating pre-sales technical design and a referral agency agreement for the channel to capture the full potential of their partners’ expansion plans.

Simon Stokes, Commercial Director, at 01T stated, “With demand for low latency and high bandwidth international connectivity providing opportunity in the channel, competitive boundaries are shifting. Channel partners need support to match the need for increasingly complex network requirements. In search for new opportunities and revenue streams, international expansion, is an emerging trend, and one that 01T is uniquely placed to deliver due to our unique approach to network design and fulfillment.”

“01T are a new kind of network provider, designing individually tailored, superior networks, with global point-to-point and internet access circuits, utilising the best possible last mile technology, backed with strong and globally standardised SLAs.“

“We made an active decision not to build the channel model for mass API access and the result is that we can provide each client a custom built network, with the highest level of redundancy, guaranteed by a globally standardised SLA. Businesses operating in the channel no longer have to procure using traditional routes that are under supported, poorly designed and delivered across long time frames. Our approach means that we can deliver projects quickly, with one client we were able to reducing planning and install time compared to an incumbent by 79%.”

01T’s recent projects include global point-to-point services using subsea cable systems to connect London, South America and Asia, deploying 100Gbps Wavelength (DWDM) services in the media, finance and gaming industries.

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine