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Exeter serviced offices invest in better Internet access

7 May, 2012

header_image7.jpgTwo of Exeter’s serviced and managed office providers have invested in its Internet services to meet its customers’ demand for faster upload and download speeds.

Both Matford Business Centre and Sowton Business & Technology Centre will be improving its Internet services to enable their clients to enjoy an enhanced higher-speed service that is superior to standard contended broadband.

Whereas many serviced and managed offices offer broadband-based Internet access as part of their rental agreement, it is often shared by the whole building which means connectivity can slow down when large files are being downloaded by just one of the tenants.

Melanie Harris, director of both the Matford and Sowton-based serviced offices in Exeter, said: “We will be offering individual links to the Internet on a client by client basis, so another tenants’ Internet use will not affect its neighbour’s. Our customers want to enjoy faster Internet access to carry out their crucial day to day tasks and we are willing to invest in this technology to meet, and hopefully exceed, their needs.”

So from this month, Matford Business Centre and Sowton Business & Technology Centre clients will be able to enjoy individual dedicated leased line Internet access packages that will allow them to download and upload large files much more easily, as part of their bundled communications packages that also include a phone line. Previous speeds ranged from 512Kb to 2MB and these have now increased to between 1MB to 3MB dependent on the clients’ individual needs.

Both business centres offer flexible, high specification work space from fully furnished single offices with full administrative support to office suites and boardrooms.