telent helps BSkyB achieve major milestone in broadband roll-out programme
As the network services partner for Sky's LLU programme, telent installs and commissions Easynet's ADSL platform and associated equipment into BT exchanges across the country. The ongoing contract also sees telent marshalling, integrating, configuring and testing equipment in its Contract Marshalling Centre before rollout to the field. In addition, telent is providing first line maintenance and 24/7 support for Easynet's ADSL portfolio.
"This is a fantastic achievement for telent and is testament to our hard work and commitment over the past twelve months," comments Eldon Garnett, head of field services. "We have a long-standing history of delivery in this field, having installed over 5,000 access platforms and managed over 1,550 Sky Broadband enabled exchanges through out the UK - all of which has allowed us to help Easynet achieve this milestone."
Trevor Legg, Easynet's network implementation director, says: "Such has been the strong demand for Sky's great value broadband as part of its See, Speak, Surf suite of services, it was essential that we were able to deliver against Sky's aggressive LLU targets. Both telent and Easynet are very experienced in deploying large scale access solutions within the UK, which has helped us deliver against our commitment - the capability to provide Sky Broadband to 70 per cent of the UK population."
"telent has continued to deliver high levels of service and we are looking forward to continuing our partnership," adds Trevor.
telent plc supplies a broad range of telecommunication and IT network services to enterprises, equipment vendors, public sector organisations and network operators in the UK, Ireland and Germany, leveraging its accumulated knowledge of customers’ networks, its expert field force, its scale and reputation for quality.
The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange under the symbol TLNT. Additional information about telent plc can be found at http://www.telent.com/.
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