Since its inception in 2007, Wifinity has become a trusted and established Internet service provider for defence, leisure retail and education markets. The company focuses on installing and managing both wireless (WLAN) and wired (Ethernet and fiber) networks with or without Internet breakout in large campus type environments of up to 10,000 residents.
Recently, the company announced that it has won a new contract to offer broadband services to the prestigious Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth and the Royal Air Force College, Cranwell in Lincolnshire.
Wifinity is offering convenient and low-cost Internet access to over 2,000 cadets, who will soon complete their courses and become officers in the Royal Navy and Royal Air Force.
This new facility will enable the young cadets to keep in touch with their near and dear ones and also make use of the internet to get training and research material linked to their course.
“We already provide Internet access to the majority of training establishments across the MOD but we are delighted to add Britannia and Cranwell to this list as it clearly demonstrates that our reputation for good service is recognised at the highest level across all three of the Armed Services,” explained Wifinity’s Joint CEO, Aubone Tennant.
Wifinity has wide-ranging experience providing recreational Internet access to residents of MOD locations requiring both internal and external wireless coverage both in the UK and Germany. The company also delivers robust wireless connectivity for business purposes such as corporate networks, which can deliver training material and virtual learning environments.
The company also provides contract-free PAYG (pay-as-you-go) service for recreational Internet access, along with free of charge access to 350 training and career management websites including the Defence Gateway (News - Alert) and Defence Learning Portal.
In addition, Wifinity has become an approved supplier on the Government Procurement Service listing (G-CLOUD).
Edited by Alisen Downey