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PROMOTION What lies ahead for connectivity IN THE SOUTH WEST As we look to the future and start paving out what normaity will be post Covid-19, returning to offices for the typical Monday- Friday 9 until 5 most lkely won't be the answer. What is looking more certain, is working from home for all or part of the week, as we continue to embrace truly flexible working owever, the long-term necessity of bringing all aspects of family and working life under one roof isn't a welcomed thought for thousands of households. And times evolve not only from the evenings, but also at 9am for daily Zoom huddles or online school home long for years to come, is full fibre networks. These brand- new networks are ultrafast and deliver reliable connectivity 24-7, no matter how many devices are being used at the same time. By connecting full fibre cables directly into every property (no out-dated copper wires or splitting of cables in sight) the speeds you get are guaranteed. This means stress free, reliable connectivity so you video call, download and upload files in seconds and send emails whilst the children stream registrations. There's no denying, online consumer demands and that unfortunately, is due largely expectations are only ever going to increase. We simply expect to to outdated broadband that's plunging families into daily frustrations because of its inability to cope with the surge in demand. Covid-19 has brought to light how poor connectivity impacts our daily lives. So if we're to look at what the future realistically has in store, broadband infrastructure be able to use the internet how and when we want. Connecting to multiple devices at the same time is very much a daily necessity especially with multiple people working from home under the same roof. However, connecting and using multiple devices at the same time is increasingly problematic for part fibre and copper-based systems. These networks are being brought to their breaking points with the surge in demand, which leaves no room online science lessons. that can handle our ever Built with the future in mind, increasing demands needs to be a top priority. Fit for purpose broadband is particularly problematic for the South West, having been left firmly in the digital slow lane with its outdated copper networks for years. The prioritisation of easier to connect and more profitable regions such as London and Manchester, leave South West ultrafast networks can have their speeds increased remotely and can easily handle the inevitable time when we need even faster speeds. Giving everyone piece of mind that their broadband is up to the task no matter what the future holds, for additional requirements and data inflation later down the line. A scary thought when we think how rapidly technology is evolving and how much our reliance on broadband has changed in only a few years. However, despite the somewhat gloomy outlook this palnts for the South West's future, the The great nows is, the South Wost is steadily having its digtal dvide businesses and residents dealing with copper system that are highly unreliable. These outdated systems, although often sold as fibre, have their cables split between multiple properties and become easily overloaded causing buffering a drop outs. A challenge in itself as peak internet closed with independent internet service providers lobbying for change in the region. Truespeed is roling out its utratast, full fre network great news is, there is a very real long term connectivity solution in sight. The answer to what broadband will allow you to work remotely whilst educating from across the South West and bringing you 200Mbps guarantoed spoed broadband. To sign up, simply visit discover.truespeed.com/wfh PROMOTION What lies ahead for connectivity IN THE SOUTH WEST As we look to the future and start paving out what normaity will be post Covid-19, returning to offices for the typical Monday- Friday 9 until 5 most lkely won't be the answer. What is looking more certain, is working from home for all or part of the week, as we continue to embrace truly flexible working owever, the long-term necessity of bringing all aspects of family and working life under one roof isn't a welcomed thought for thousands of households. And times evolve not only from the evenings, but also at 9am for daily Zoom huddles or online school home long for years to come, is full fibre networks. These brand- new networks are ultrafast and deliver reliable connectivity 24-7, no matter how many devices are being used at the same time. By connecting full fibre cables directly into every property (no out-dated copper wires or splitting of cables in sight) the speeds you get are guaranteed. This means stress free, reliable connectivity so you video call, download and upload files in seconds and send emails whilst the children stream registrations. There's no denying, online consumer demands and that unfortunately, is due largely expectations are only ever going to increase. We simply expect to to outdated broadband that's plunging families into daily frustrations because of its inability to cope with the surge in demand. Covid-19 has brought to light how poor connectivity impacts our daily lives. So if we're to look at what the future realistically has in store, broadband infrastructure be able to use the internet how and when we want. Connecting to multiple devices at the same time is very much a daily necessity especially with multiple people working from home under the same roof. However, connecting and using multiple devices at the same time is increasingly problematic for part fibre and copper-based systems. These networks are being brought to their breaking points with the surge in demand, which leaves no room online science lessons. that can handle our ever Built with the future in mind, increasing demands needs to be a top priority. Fit for purpose broadband is particularly problematic for the South West, having been left firmly in the digital slow lane with its outdated copper networks for years. The prioritisation of easier to connect and more profitable regions such as London and Manchester, leave South West ultrafast networks can have their speeds increased remotely and can easily handle the inevitable time when we need even faster speeds. Giving everyone piece of mind that their broadband is up to the task no matter what the future holds, for additional requirements and data inflation later down the line. A scary thought when we think how rapidly technology is evolving and how much our reliance on broadband has changed in only a few years. However, despite the somewhat gloomy outlook this palnts for the South West's future, the The great nows is, the South Wost is steadily having its digtal dvide businesses and residents dealing with copper system that are highly unreliable. These outdated systems, although often sold as fibre, have their cables split between multiple properties and become easily overloaded causing buffering a drop outs. A challenge in itself as peak internet closed with independent internet service providers lobbying for change in the region. Truespeed is roling out its utratast, full fre network great news is, there is a very real long term connectivity solution in sight. The answer to what broadband will allow you to work remotely whilst educating from across the South West and bringing you 200Mbps guarantoed spoed broadband. To sign up, simply visit discover.truespeed.com/wfh