Scotland-based business ISP Commsworld, which this year aims to light up over 2,000 km+ of fibre optic cable in a figure of eight around the UK (one of the largest privately funded long distance Optical Core Networks in the country), has moved down south and opened a new office in London ahead of its expansion.

At present Commsworld’s network, which includes 10,000km of metro dark fibre and 2000km+ of long distance fibre, passes through 25 UK towns and cities via 82 Points of Presence (PoPs), 52 exchanges, 26 data centres and they have 130Gbps of peering and transit capacity (1.6Tbps of core optical capacity and 25Tbps of on-net edge port capacity).

The latest move comes shortly after the broadband provider, which has also hooked-up with Cityfibre to harness their existing Dark Fibre network in Edinburgh and Glasgow, reported a 41% increase in annual revenues to break the £20 million mark.


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