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Press Releases from CI-Net (8 total)

‘Burstable’ 20 Mbps Fixed Wireless Business Internet for £3,000 a year

CI-Net’s RedKite WiMAX-based high speed internet service lets customers ‘burst’ up to 20 Mbps Kidlington, UK - 11 November 09 - A high performance, fixed wireless Internet connectivity service for business is now available as a ‘burstable’ 20 Mbps connection starting at £3,000 a year from CI-Net, the ISP, hosting and fully managed wide area networking company. The RedKite wireless Internet access service using WiMAX technology now lets customers ‘burst’ up to

New agile WAN lets engineers collaborate on site at UK water industry contracts

Secure WAN supports a changing pattern of network sites with automatic failover for business continuity Kidlington, UK - 4 November,2009 - Nomenca, the specialist engineering contractor for UK utility companies, is rolling out a new, secure agile Wide Area Network (WAN) that delivers resilient on site connectivity to the company’s constantly changing pattern of UK contract locations. The fully managed WAN, which is being implemented by CI-Net, is allowing

Bernard Matthews gets Internet Bandwidth to Remote Turkey Farms

CI-Net is piping Internet connectivity to 40 turkey farms including hard-to-reach locations where other service providers have failed. 7 October, 2009 - Kidlington, UK - Leading turkey farmer, Bernard Matthews Farms, has chosen fully managed wide area networks, hosting and internet solutions company, CI-Net, to roll out a managed ADSL Internet connectivity service to 40 farms in Norfolk, Suffolk and Lincolnshire. The project includes delivering bandwidth to several remote

Corporate IT networks poorly protected against loss of connectivity says new sur …

56 per cent have no secondary connection and 80 per cent fear reduced productivity UK enterprises are risking costly downtime by not having secondary connectivity systems in place to protect their wide area networks and internet connections according to new research. 51 per cent of the survey, completed by 110 IT executives, admitted that their organisations had experienced at least one network outage in the last 12 months. The research, which

New WAN complements BT VPN to boost networking ‘muscle’ for leading Independ …

RGB’s new 14 site WAN works with existing BT MPLS VPN to boost capacity and enhance business continuity Kidlington, UK - 17 June, 2009 - South West builders merchant, Rawle Gammon & Baker Holdings Ltd, (RGB) has improved network capacity and business continuity with a new 14 site Wide Area Network (WAN) that works in tandem with its existing BT IP Clear MPLS (Multi Protocol Label Switching) Virtual Private Network. The

New WAN improves access to critical business software for leading timber company

David Cover’s new 13 site WAN includes load balanced connectivity and automatic failover for business continuity Chichester-based timber and building services company, David Cover, has gone live with a new resilient Wide Area Network (WAN) which is delivering improved connectivity to enable over 200 staff at the company’s 13 sites to access critical business trading software. The new WAN, implemented by fully managed wide area networks, hosting and internet

CI-Net snaps up business ISP as part of proactive acquisition programme

UK ISP and managed WAN reseller planning further acquisitions to drive growth News release, 16 April, 2009 - UK Internet Service Provider (ISP) and managed wide area networking reseller, CI-Net, has completed the acquisition of business ISP, Interdart, as part of an ongoing acquisition drive. The addition of Interdart’s customer base will give Oxford-based, CI-Net, which provides business ISP and hosting services and is a specialist managed wide area networking (WAN)

WiMAX-Ready Business Continuity Comes to Birmingham

Businesses can protect their Internet connectivity with new WiMAX-ready fixed wireless Internet service Kidlington, UK - 3 December, 2008 - Businesses in Birmingham UK can safeguard their Internet connectivity with a new service that enables their existing fibre connections to automatically switch over to a 2-100 MB/ per second WiMAX-ready fixed wireless link in the event of disaster. “Bandwidth hungry businesses who cannot risk losing their Internet connectivity can use the service