Spitfire is now partnering with Virgin Media Business to offer customers access to Virgin Media Business’ nationwide fibre optic network, providing even greater choice for network and pricing options.
The Virgin Media Business increases Spitfire’s ability to offer customers carrier and pricing diversity for its Ethernet solutions. Spitfire’s portfolio of Ethernet services includes delivery via Fibre, EFM and GEA enabling the company to offer the best solution for each customer.
Greater customer demand for high-speed Ethernet connectivity is being driven by the migration of applications and data storage to the cloud. This accelerating trend is being powered by Google Apps, Microsoft Office 365 and other cloud based services.
For Spitfire, Justin Orde, Joint Managing Director commented, “Our new partner agreement with Virgin Media Business is great news for our customers, because we aim to provide them with the right network connectivity solution for their business needs and not a ‘one size fits all’ product.
Increasing demand for high speed bandwidth means we need to offer customers prompt implementation and flexible pricing options. Our partnership with Virgin Media Business gives our customers access to a substantial fibre-optic network.”
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