Truespeed Achieves Openreach Path To Collaboration Status

Truespeed has gained a renowned industry accolade by achieving the coveted ‘Path To Collaboration” status for Openreach’s Passive Infrastructure Access (PIA) program.
October 5, 2021

Achieving ‘Path to Collaboration’ status recognises consistent high standards of quality and also the manner in which the infrastructure is provided when utilising the Openreach network. Underpinning the quality of the full fibre network we are providing to our customers, it bolsters Truespeed’s multi-award-winning status and is a huge accomplishment for the team.

“This is a fantastic achievement and recognises our commitment to consistent quality and process application in our network design and build at Truespeed and our continued strong relationship with our account managers at Openreach. This award also supports our drive to significantly grow our network as we move into the next phase of our expansive reach programme, bringing full-fibre connectivity to poorly served areas.”

Bill Keddie, Truespeed Director of Operational Planning

Delivering ultrafast broadband to some of the South West hardest to reach areas, Openreach’s ‘Path To Collaboration’ status will help us in our mission to bring the region out of the digital slow lane.

Part of only 14% of providers to be awarded the renowned industry accreditation at this point, it’s a huge aid in our journey of bringing full-fibre to thousands more residents and businesses in rural, urban and semi-urban communities across the region.