Enable your building with Icnos Connectivity and Wi-Fi
Do you own or live in a Multi-tenanted property? We have a range of options for business or residential multi-tenanted buildings. We can work with landlords who provide internet as part of the tenancy or we can deal directly with tenants at no cost to the landlord.
We can provide 10Gb/sec fibre or wireless products to the property and even fibre distributed to the individual dwellings.
We can fully manage the internet provision to the building tenants and with our vast experience in delivering high density commercial Wi-Fi we can ensure your tenants recieve the very best user experience.
We can deliver services directly to building tenants at no cost to the landlord or where internet service is part of the rental agreement we can contract directly with landlords.
Fastest end user experience
By default we will deliver a 10Gb/sec service into the building with the option to quickly increase where needed. We can also optionally deliver fibre directly to the end users.
VoIP, Gaming and Streaming
As our fibre connects directly to our own datacentre end users get the lowest levels of latency making the service perfect for demanding applications.
Packages available for buildings offering easy in easy out tenancy agreements.
What's the next step?
We’re always on the look-out for new sites to help grow our network. If you are landlord or a tenant get in touch and we’d be happy to discuss the options available to you.
"The sales and the technical team at idaq networks have made a significant difference to our business. We’ve seen a massive increase in our productivity since the installation of the icnos system at our Rotherham based company AMA (Storage & Distribution) Ltd.
Finding a connectivity provider that could cope with our demands was a daunting task for us. We didn’t know where to begin or what questions to ask, idaq did everything – with almost no time or effort for me! The best part was that I could completely trust their team to support our company professionally."