Internet service provider helps firm go wireless ; In Brief [Hull Daily Mail (England)]
(Hull Daily Mail (England) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) DIGITAL: An internet service provider in Hessle has provided a company that recycles fuel ash with wireless broadband after it struggled to gain access to a network.
Quickline Communications provided Lytag, which recycles waste from Drax Power Station, pictured, with the technology after it could not gain access to a telecoms service as it was out of a suitable range.
Quickline's installation of wireless technology has led to the company being able to cut its communication costs by half.
Lytag factory manager Will Hicks said: "Initially, we investigated the installation of landlines from a traditional telecoms provider, with a plan to install a wireless connection from a fixed land line located a mile away from the factory.
"But on meeting with Quickline, it became apparent an alternative wireless internet service provider could encompass all telecoms equipment on our own site with a guarantee of reliability, which is absolutely vital to our business."
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