Here at InTouch Systems, we are proud to announce that we are the IT partners for the fantastic Stage Two project at Norwich Theatre Royal. A new purpose built Learning & Skills Centre, due to open autumn 2016.
Norwich Theatre Royal staff are busy fund raising for the final stage, to find out more follow the link below:
Business leaders and community representatives from across East Anglia received a positive response when they outlined the need for improvements to rural mobile signal and broadband in Westminster on Monday (22nd).
Led by Mid-Norfolk MP George Freeman, the digital divide steering group met Ed Vaizey, Minister for the Digital Economy, to discuss their on-going campaign to improve connectivity in rural areas, particularly for the estimated 5-10% of businesses and homes which will not be reached by national fibre broadband rollouts.
The group outlined the economic and social case for a pilot project to improve broadband through satellite and wireless technologies. This can also then allow for 3G mobile signal to be generated through Open Sure Signal devices.
InTouch Systems’ partner project with Thinkingwisp has just put Lyng back online, the village was without a workable Internet connection for over 4 weeks!
Steve Temple Director InTouch Systems, speaking on ‘Look East’ said: “We did everything we could to get people back online and we are very pleased we are able to reinstate their connection.”
Read the EDP article: http://www.edp24.co.uk/news/broadband_blackout_ends_as_lyng_gets_back_online_1_3648339
After weeks of eager anticipation, ITSwisp high speed broadland is now available in Wymondham and surrounding areas.
Want to find out more to find out more about this exciting new broadband service for South Norfolk?
Call the ITSwisp team on 01603 425209 or go to the ITSwisp site for more ways to get in touch.
ITSwisp supplying Norfolk with high speed wireless broadband …