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N3 certified as a Public Service Network

22nd March 2013

BT's N3 broadband service, which has over 1.3 million users across England and Scotland, has been certified as a Public Services Network.


Nick Earl, chief executive of N3 Service Provider, said BT planned to get accreditation before  1 April. He said: "So as the transition starts on 1 April, users will still be able to access systems and continue doing their jobs regardless of whether they work for the NHS or local government." BT was awarded PSN certification - which builds a "network of networks" - after going through a process which took 11 months.

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Article Information

Title: N3 certified as a Public Service Network
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 23942
Date Added: 22nd Mar 2013



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