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As the UK’s first Gigabit Capital City, Edinburgh is positioning itself as a leading world economy.

Edinburgh’s businesses, local government, schools and community centres are now operating at gigabit speed

In 2015, Edinburgh became the UK’s first capital Gigabit City project, as CityFibre began construction of a 150km pure fibre network to serve both the business community and public sector. Launched off the back of a partnership with Scottish internet service provider, Commsworld, the network is transforming Edinburgh into one of the best connected cities on the planet. The city-wide network, which is now Britain’s largest metro-network, is dramatically accelerating the digital capabilities of businesses, local council, schools, hospitals, libraries and community centres by delivering ultra-fast, high capacity internet connectivity.

A city-wide infrastructure

Edinburgh’s 150km fibre network extends out from the City Centre to Leith in the North, Portobello in the East, through to Lasswade in the South and out through Corstorphine in the West and beyond the City Bypass to Currie.

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