The Geo sewer visit attended by CRN journalist Hannah Breeze makes the top three weird and wonderful moments of 2012. Read more from CRN.
Gordon McCulloch of Geo Networks explains how to go about ensuring physical network integrity in today’s data heavy world. Read more on page 38 of December’s issue of Network Communications News.
Geo Project Manager, David Ashton, talks about the trials and tribulations of getting down and dirty in London’s Victorian sewer system to maintain and expand the capital’s newest optical fibre network. To read the full article please go to page 16-17 of the September 2012 issue.
Geo's Sales Director, Online, asks whether the UK and Irish governments are doing enough, both in terms of tax relief and infrastructure, to entice the gambling community to stay.
Part 2 of 2: With copper theft at epidemic levels, Geo's COO Mike Ainger discussed the significance of physical protection and monitoring technology in the battle against theft-related disruption.