Newline and ITI merger strengthens quality, value and service to telecoms sector
2nd June 2021

Newline’s longstanding and new customers can expect the UK’s highest quality turnkey solutions in telecoms thanks to our merger with group business, ITI Network Services Ltd. The two businesses, both part of The Templand Group since Newline’s acquisition in 2018, have long collaborated to offer innovative end-to-end turnkey solutions for telecommunication network providers. Our formal […]

New Home for Newline
9th November 2020

Newline Communications Ltd has a new home after outgrowing previous locations. The Templand Group of businesses, which includes Newline, has moved to new facilities housing our offices, training suite, lab and warehouse/distribution space all under one roof. Please update your records. The new location, at Access House, 41 Clun Street, Sheffield, S4 7JS, enables Newline […]

Fibre City
4th September 2019

Installing a fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) broadband network giving ultrafast access to thousands of homes and businesses in Nottingham. Newline began work on Nottingham’s Fibre City project in February 2019. Thousands of homes and businesses will benefit from access to ultrafast fibre broadband through Fibre City which is part of BT Openreach’s Fibre First project. Newline’s engineers […]

Sharon Richardson appointed
2nd April 2019

Sharon Richardson appointed Group Finance Director of The Templand Group The Templand Group of businesses, which includes Newline Communications, has appointed Sharon Richardson as Group Finance Director. Richardson joined ITI Network Services, previously known as IT Installations Ltd, in 2011 as Finance Manager under the firm’s previous ownership. She has been present through the business’ […]

Newline selected to deploy ultrafast broadband technology
13th January 2019

5.7 million UK homes and businesses are set to benefit from Openreach’s 330Mbps-capable “ultrafast broadband” ISP technology. Newline’s engineers are installing the hybrid fibre networks across multiple locations within the UK. The network involves running a fibre optic cable to local PCP street cabinets and installing extension pods in each cabinet to house line cards.