Geo, a provider of dedicated fibre networks, today announced that it has won and implemented a contract worth £40,000 over 3-years for a fibre ring with Gamma Telecom, a UK network operator providing a range of high quality wholesale voice services to both UK and international operators.
Gamma has selected Geo to provide it with a diverse fibre connection between two key London co-location hotels, City Lifeline to Harbour Exchange. In a strategic move from a managed service to dedicated fibre, Gamma was looking to create a fully resilient network between its two sites. The new network will also provide its customers with greater network reliability as well as the increased capacity for a wider range of bandwidth hungry voice and data applications.
“Geo’s network diversity compared to other carriers was one of the deciding factors when choosing to work with them,” said Andy Morris, Service Director, Gamma Telecom. “We were greatly impressed not only by the cost effective nature of Geo’s fibre solution, but also by their experienced project team who successfully delivered the solution in a timely manner.”
Chris Smedley, Chief Executive, Geo added, “We’re delighted to have assisted Gamma with their change over to a dedicated fibre network between their two sites. Now not only have they extended their backbone network, but have also added new points of presence to their London network.”