A new wave of ferro networks is about to launch in the UK and Ireland, with the launch of Ferro Network and Ferro Wireless.
FerroNet is an enterprise-class broadband internet service which is available in Ireland and the UK.
The service is available from both the ferro network providers and its own network.
Ferroset is owned by Ferro and is an organisation with strong network neutrality and data sharing commitments.
Ferrovion and Ferrosa are the two existing ferro internet services which operate under Ferro’s network.
The Ferrosnet website says that it provides broadband to over 50,000 homes and businesses in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Ferrotec says it is the UK’s only fibre broadband provider and that it is aiming to provide fibre broadband to all customers in the coming months.
The company says it has launched in the U.K. in May 2018.
The launch of the ferroset service comes after the company announced that it was also to launch a fibre broadband network in Northern Ireland in the autumn.
Ferrogate, a new ferro-enabled telecom company, is also expected to launch fibre broadband in the Autumn.
Ferroric is Ferronet’s new parent company.
The new company will be able to deploy the network in the region of the U-K.
and will be responsible for providing a range of services including a range from digital media and internet connectivity to telephony and internet services.
FerrroNet, the FerroNetwork and Ferroga are owned by a consortium of companies including Ferrovia Group and Ferrovus Telecom.
FerreNet’s new fibre-based internet service is expected to be available to customers of ferrario.com.