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Sudlows Makes A Splash With United Utilities

Sudlows has secured a £500,000 framework agreement with United Utilities for the installation of its structured cabling, fibre optic and connectivity solutions throughout the utility providers campus and operational premises. Sudlows, who have worked with United Utilities on numerous projects, already deliver a range of innovative data and communications infrastructure systems.

Darren Stephens, Connectivity Manager for Sudlows commented; “This new framework with United Utilities will continue to deliver essential upgrades to the speed and efficiency to their existing structured cabling solutions. Sudlows, will deliver an upgraded infrastructure to support the vital work of this utility provider”

Lee Smith, Network Infrastructure Consultant for United Utilities added; “Sudlows has been an invaluable partner in its delivery of efficient IT infrastructure solutions. This framework will enhance our working relationship and ensure our IT structured cabling, fibre optic and copper solutions are capable of supporting challenging bandwidth and application requirements not only today, but for years to come. “

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