Venus Business Communications won Business Broadband provider of the year award at the ISPAs gala dinner last night. The company was also shortlisted for the Superfast Broadband category.
Venus CEO, Brian Iddon comments; “To win the award is a tremendous achievement and testament to our commitment to provide reliable, consistent and fast services to our customers. More than ever their businesses rely on connectivity to be successful and the consequences of interruptions or slow connections can be extremely damaging to productivity and the bottom line.”
Just two per cent of the UK has fibre to their premises, meaning they rely on copper to a fibre cabinet, which provides slower, unreliable speeds. Venus offers businesses access to their own fibre leased connections offering speeds of up to 10GB per second.
ISPA Secretary General Nick Lansman said “A big congratulations to all the winners at the 18th ISPA Awards winners. A huge range of companies won this year, showing the continued diversity, innovation and competitiveness of the UK Internet industry in what has been an eventful year for the sector. The Hero and Villain Awards winners also showed industry concerns with encryption and how essential cyber security has become.”
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