Broadband boost for Pendle businesses

Telecommunications company Denwa has launched a new wireless broadband service to help businesses in Burnley and Pendle get connected to faster internet.

DenwaFibre to the Mast (FTTM) Wireless broadband is a superfast, reliable and low-cost alternative to fibre-leased lines, which are notoriously expensive and cost prohibitive for small business owners.

And with a new mast being erected in Nelson by Barrowford-based Denwa, local businesses can now get wireless broadband solutions for a similar cost to traditional broadband, but with a far superior service.

Where ADSL broadband offers speeds of up to 24 Mbps on download, and 1 Mbps on uploads, FTTM wireless not only delivers download speeds of up to 100 Mbps, but also offers a minimum upload of 10 Mbps upload speed, making it ideal for VoIP and Cloud-based services.

Denwa managing director Rob Scott said: “With reliable internet connectivity and faster speeds vital for businesses of all sizes, FTTM enables companies to work faster and more efficiently, without having to relocate elsewhere.

“If your business has already made this investment, you can use FTTM as a backup internet, or to run voice services, mobile apps, hosted applications and social networking. “All we need to do is carry out a short survey to check the business is in line of sight with the mast in Nelson.”