Sure cur toshiaght da sharaghey crauaig B2B
Ta Sure Ellan Vannin sharaghey boandey lhean dellal-gys-dellal, ayns daa voayl raad ta ram dellal goll.
Va pooaraghyn-coad currit da'n cholught çhellinsh, faggys da jerrey ny bleeaney shoh chaie - nish t'eh kiarail mooadaghey yn dellal echey liorish jannoo yn bun-troggalys-frauaig dasyn hene.
T'ad gialdyn dy bee frauaigys currit stiagh syn ard-dellal mygeayrt Doolish, myr ayns Pairk Dellal Vraddan choud as shoh, as ad kiarail mooadaghey yn ard-frauaigys shen.
Mike Phillips, yn ard-offishear sheckteragh, hoilshee eh magh yn oyr dy vel geill currit da'n vargey B2B.
Sure begins B2B fibre boost
Business-to-business broadband is getting a boost by Sure Isle of Man in two trade heavy hotspots.
The telecoms company was awarded code powers toward the end of last year - now it's looking to enhance its operation by putting down its own fibre infrastructure.
Fibre deployment has been promised for the Douglas business district area, as Braddan Business Park, so far - with a view to expand that remit soon.
CEO Mike Phillips explained why the B2B market is getting is getting attention.