Quickline and Aberla Utilities have partnered together to deliver fibre network infrastructure.
Aberla Utilities, part of the North-West based Aberla Group, has been contracted by internet service provider (ISP) Quickline for their latest project in delivering network infrastructure.
Known for their engineering services, Aberla Utilities will provide civil engineering and telecom solutions ranging from surveying, designing, cabling, civils and infrastructure testing.
The collaboration consists of rolling out broadband infrastructure into rural areas and small towns across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, in order to provide residential properties and businesses with super-fast fibre broadband.
Quickline aims to help local Councils improve their current broadband programmes, these include Superfast North Yorkshire and Onlincolnshire. This will allow for more areas to receive improved connectivity.
Paul McCarren, chief executive officer at Aberla said, “As the rollout of superfast broadband accelerates, we have positioned ourselves to assist ISP’s, such as Quickline, with delivering their fibre network infrastructure. We see this as the beginning of a long and prosperous relationship.”
Currently, Aberla is commencing the first stage of the project across the likes of Lincoln, Gainsborough and Scunthorpe, where surveying and installations have already started. Next will be the second stage of the plan in which Aberla specialists will test the infrastructure and fibre cables before handing over to the Yorkshire-based ISP.
In 2017, Aberla identified a growing concern within legislation and in infrastructure groups over how the UK could become a better-connected society. Now, the wider telecoms industry aims to reach the government goal of full fibre in the UK by 2025.
Aberla is a vital supply chain partner to ISPs across the UK, such as Quickline. With growing partnerships in the telecoms sector, Aberla Utilities continues to expand and help create a better-connected society.