EE, the network that dishes out 4G data for devices such as the Apple iPhone 5 (check out Apple iPhone 5 here) or the Samsung Galaxy S4 (check out Samsung Galaxy S4 here), will be providing 4G data for business in Tech City.
EE announced (check out press release here), “Tech City has announced a partnership with EE, the UK’s most advanced digital communications company, with a joint ambition to drive interest, investment and innovation in London’s key Tech hub.
“With EE’s pioneering 4G network now installed across the capital, London has already surpassed New York City for mobile data speeds. This partnership will enable Tech City to become the best connected tech hub in the world, and the best place for new businesses to thrive.”
Tech City’s CEO and UK Business Ambassador for Digital Industries, Joanna Shields, said, “Double speed 4G will turn Europe’s Digital Capital into the World’s most connected tech hub. The lightning speed and capacity of the superfast 4G network provides businesses with unique opportunities to build, test, and develop the digital products and services of the future. This game-changing investment will catalyse the next wave of innovation and creativity in digital and tech businesses, connect them to new markets around the world and support the growth of our brightest and best businesses.”
EE’s CEO, Olaf Swantee, said, “Twenty-first century business needs twenty first century infrastructure, and the digital backbone we have built across the UK has been designed to provide just that. We have the biggest and fastest network in the country – one that rivals anywhere in the world. The UK and the City of London are now leading the way, surpassing capitals like New York, and rivalling other major financial and business centres across the world.
“Our partnership with Tech City is designed to ensure UK businesses have the tools that they need to thrive, and to take the UK into a position as a world leader for technology, innovation and entrepreneurship.”
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