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Fujitsu's high-speed internet plans

Fujitsu has announced plans to build a new fibre optic next-gen broadband network in collaboration with Virgin Media, TalkTalk and Cisco.

Fujitsu has announced plans to build a new fibre optic next-gen broadband network in collaboration with Virgin Media, TalkTalk and Cisco.

The network will focus on channelling the fibre technology directly to five million homes in the UK.

The IT services provider calls the venture "ground breaking and an innovative alternative to BT Openreach".

Virgin Media and TalkTalk will offer wholesale products through the network, and it will also be opened out to other service providers.

Communication minister Ed Vaizey said: "Superfast broadband is already helping businesses grow and improving the lives of those able to access it. But many rural and hard-to-reach areas are missing out.

"The whole of the UK should be able to share in the benefits of broadband and we are determined to make that happen by the end of the Parliament. That is why the Government is investing over £500 million in taking superfast broadband to everyone.

"I am delighted that Fujitsu along with Virgin Media, TalkTalk and Cisco share the Government's vision. The collaboration between these companies was exactly the sort of ambition and innovation the Government wanted to stimulate by removing barriers to broadband rollout."

Fujitsu's network will see them running fibre to the home (FTTH) rather than to a local cabinet which means that the network is one gigabit per second symmetric capable from day one, with up to "10Gbps and beyond" considered possible down the line.

Copyright Press Association 2011

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