SSE Declared Extending of Network in Scotland

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SSE Enterprise Telecoms, a leading connectivity provider declared that Scotland’s digital capabilities obtained a substantial amount of boost with the delivery of crucial, high-capacity network infrastructure into the DataVita data center. DataVita data center is Scotland’s only hyper-secure tier 3 facility that offers 100Gbps connectivity services.

SSE’s High Capacity 100Gbps Connectivity Services

With a power usage effectiveness (PUE) of 1.18, the company alleges that the data center is likewise the most energy-efficient in Scotland. The data center is powered by 100 percent renewable energy sources.

Additionally, SSE is capable of delivering separate routes for the network into the data center and public infrastructure as part of being a provider of distinct connectivity directly into the DataVita data center. The data center will enable to maximize the bandwidth while minimizing the latency and offer ideal service levels. By introducing the latest services, the company ‘SSE’ will be capable of offering speeds up to 100Gbps to Scottish businesses and other public sector organizations. Moreover, the DataVita data center will support the deployment of 5G networks and will help in the adoption of technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Cloud, and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). 

Sarah Mills, Managing Director, Wholesale, SSE Enterprise Telecoms, stated that growingly the company is observing that the social impact is the driving force for enterprise connectivity. This is not just a functional deployment to keep businesses running but a project that will definitely help to boost the digital economy of Scotland and open new doors of opportunities for the general public.

As the influence of digitalization is spreading at a pacing rate, our dependency on connectivity is escalating considerably. Sarah additionally stated, if the company is looking to futureproof Scotland’s economy, the infrastructure to support 5G and IoT must be set up in place. SSE Enterprise Telecoms cannot afford to let connectivity be the barrier for the renowned companies and institutions we rely upon when they strive for better.

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