Genesis’ broadband solution for enterprise customers, known for delivering low-cost superfast bandwidth over existing networks, shortlisted for Connected Britain award.
Genesis Technical Systems’ cost saving, high performing bonding solution, mBond®, has been shortlisted by the Connected Britain Awards for fast tracking Britain’s digital transformation by going the extra mile and cutting through red tape.
The Connected Britain Awards drew applications from every corner of Britain’s connectivity landscape, from local and national government bodies to small, niche operators, as well as huge multi-national firms. mBond is an end-to-end broadband solution that utilises the BT GEA Cablelink service and manages large numbers of access aggregation devices that connect to legacy BT DSLAMs and are deployed at remote enterprises. Millions of DSLAM ports across the UK are underutilised, offering very limited broadband access services to businesses and other organisations. mBond re-utilises these ‘legacy’ DSLAM ports and delivers extremely reliable and superfast broadband at speeds exceeding 1 Gb/s.
One of the companies using Genesis’ mBond to help grow its business is NextGenAccess (NGA). Technical Director Kenny Roberts said: “With mBond, NGA can deliver gigabit services over NGA’s, and BT’s, legacy networks, giving NGA a big overlap footprint quickly at a low cost. We expect to grow exponentially over the next three years and Genesis’ solutions, specifically mBond, are pivotal to that growth, making Genesis a critically important NGA partner.”
mBond appeals to UK service providers like NextGenAccess because it curtails the need for incremental costly fibre builds, whilst enabling increased customer ARPU by allowing a wider portfolio of services to be delivered over a range of bandwidth options, reducing customer churn and increasing market share.
“We are very proud of what we are achieving with mBond,” said Peter Khoury, Chief Executive and Legal Counsel at Genesis Technical Systems. “Being shortlisted for this award is further proof of the importance of delivering affordable high bandwidth broadband services anywhere and everywhere in the network.” The winners will be announced at the Connected Britain Award Ceremony which will be held alongside the Connected Britain Conference and Exhibition, taking place from the 19th to 20th June 2018, at London’s Business Design Centre.
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