BRIGANTIA CASE STUDY
Brigantia Ltd engaged Cloudcell Technologies to provide a high-speed, robust alternative to fibre for their new offices in Kinross, Scotland
Brigantia identified a need for a high speed, low latency, quality of service enabled broadband service for their new office.
The business anticipated being able to have fibre delivered in time for their move to new offices in Scotland. However following a site survey by BT Openreach, they were presented with an Excess Construction Charge (ECC) quote of £73,000. The high cost of the fibre installation was excessive for their business.
Brigantia therefore needed to find a cost effective fibre alternative, that would still deliver on their needs for speed, low latency, and quality of service .
After being referred to us by one of our Dealers, a detailed site survey was performed, by one of our mobile experts at Brigantia’s new premises, to confirm their requirements and determine the most suitable edge installation option to meet their need.
Given the proximity of Fibre To The Cabinet (FTTC) and acceptable LTE performance, we recommended Cloudcell EQ Titan with two FTTC (Fibre To The Cabinet) DSLs and one LTE connection, bonded together using our SDWAN technology, to achieve the high bandwidth, low latency, quality of service enabled, resilient connection required by the business, without the excessive costs of installing a traditional fibre service.
Our business requires 24/7 reliable, high-speed connectivity and have historically always used fibre broadband solutions. We are very thankful to Cloudcell for providing our business with fast, reliable, enterprise-grade broadband whilst saving us over £73,000 in excess construction charges for delivery of fibre!
Veronique van Broekhoven, Director, Brigantia Ltd
Brigantia Solution Diagram
Cloudcell Technologies were able to install a high bandwidth, resilient broadband solution in time for the relocation of the business, providing a robust, reliable and swift resolution for the business at a fraction of the cost of installing Fibre to the Premises (FTTP).