Vaioni aims to “revolutionise connectivity” in Manchester

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by Stephen Chapman

Vaioni Group has outlined plans to roll out a superfast internet service across the UK, starting in Manchester.

The company has already connected the city centre to Trafford Park and MediaCityUK and it’s now aiming to standardise 1Gb and 10Gb services.

The business-only operation currently connects more than 60 cities and towns, 96 exchanges and 180k postcodes nationwide. It’s hoping to increase this to 170 towns and cities, with the potential to connect 80% of UK businesses.

“Manchester is at the forefront of becoming a global digital leader, showcasing some of the most successful and forward-thinking businesses. This is the reason Vaioni has chosen to roll-out its new network at home, to its fellow Manchester businesses,” said Sachin Vaish, managing director, Vaioni Group.

“We want Manchester businesses to experience the internet revolution ahead of the UK market, by delivering superfast speeds, which incorporates intelligence and automation at the heart of the service.

“Imagine being able to increase internet bandwidth within seconds as and when you need it, through a few clicks in an app for example, which normally would take several weeks to do with the traditional connectivity providers! I can proudly say Manchester businesses will finally get this and much more from Vaioni first.”

The promise of being able to increase internet bandwidth comes through the infrastructure’s Software Defined Network (SDN) capability. It incorporates “Elastic Bandwidth” to increase or decrease bandwidth when required, in real-time.