Broadband and TV provider BSkyB has installed new, fibre broadband network that can deliver speeds of up to 7Tbps (Terabits/second).
Sky uses Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) technology to upgrade its 100Gbps ultra-broadband lines to bring 7Tbps speeds to the residents who live in London and Birmingham.
The internet provider has planned to upgrade its networks in five more locations across the UK in 2012.
Sky broadband said that it aims to satisfy the demands of its customers who are streaming and downloading more than ever before, as well as watching record levels of traditional TV.
“Sky Broadband really was built with entertainment in mind” said Jon Blumberg, Commercial Director at Sky Broadband..