John Maples, MP for Stratford on Avon, congratulated West Midlands Networking Company and its sponsoring of the Rural Broadband Access Project.
What does WMNC stand for?
WMNC stands for West Midlands Networking Company (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
BT was chosen by West Midlands Networking Company (WMNC) to carry out the contract to deliver the computer network service to the homes and businesses in the region not yet covered.
The project has been delivered by the West Midlands Networking Company on behalf of regional development Advantage West Midlands to provide broadband infrastructure in areas of the region where broadband access would not have been made available without extra investment.
Byline: By Steve Pain Technology Editor Specialist IT firm Avanti has teamed up with the West Midlands Networking Company in a deal - worth around pounds 1.
This final phase has been made possible by a partnership between BT, the West Midlands Networking Company - which administers the funding - and regional development agency Advantage West Midlands, investing in the 24 locations where broadband had previously not been considered been considered economically viable.
The West Midlands Networking Company (WMNC) has decided to award the contract to BT for the delivery of broadband in the remaining areas across the West Midlands, South-west and East Midlands that do not have access to this technology.
The West Midlands Networking Company (WMNC) has awarded the contract to BT for the delivery of broadband in the areas that currently do not have access to this technology.
E-Minister Stephen Timms will be on hand to give his support to the new West Midlands Networking Company which is leading the development of UK broadband strategy.