Cerberus Sign Exclusive BT Deal

Cerberus Networks has announced a strengthened relationship with BT Wholesale that consolidates the delivery of its FTTC and ADSL broadband services onto BT’s 21CN network. Cerberus Networks will now work exclusively with BT to supply broadband products to its business customers throughout the UK.

Bob Hendy, Director at Cerberus Networks said “BT’s FTTC rollout has continued to extend the reach of fibre broadband services across the UK. These services are increasingly our customer’s first choice connectivity product so having a common platform for provisioning and service management across all FTTC and ADSL products is the most effective approach, taking advantage of the upgrades to BT’s network to deliver the fastest and most reliable broadband services across the UK.”

Simon Brisbourne, General Manager of Broadband at BT Wholesale added “As the UK’s leading wholesale provider of broadband services, we are very pleased to work closely with Cerberus as a new wholesale provider and look forward to a strong future with Cerberus Networks. The growth of cloud services and unified communications means that businesses are increasingly looking for fast, reliable connectivity. Cerberus Network customers will have access to the largest fibre footprint in the UK, backed up by experienced support and powerful diagnostic tools.”

In addition to the all-new product line up, Cerberus has announced new traffic management tools to prioritise voice or other important traffic at a network level, configurable IP access lists to enforce security and new automated router provisioning using TR-069. Taken together, the new features offer a comprehensive solution for partners offering unified communications or cloud services and who need consistently high-performance business broadband services.

As a further incentive for partners, orders for FTTC and ADSL placed before 31st March 2015 will benefit from reduced or zero activation charges and a full three months’ free service rental.

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine