Latest news from the SWAN team to keep you updated on the roll out of the SWAN network and its ever growing number of members and services.


Digital transformation lined up for Highland communities following full fibre deal

Inverness, Fort William, Thurso and Wick to join the nation’s growing network of gigabit-capable sites as public services sign up for full fibre

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Greenock to Become a Smart Town

Inverclyde Council has awarded a £185,000 contract to pave the way for free public Wi-Fi in Greenock creating one of Scotland’s first Smart Towns.

The investment is part of a £1.9million package of funding to support regeneration in the town centre.


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Capita partner with Ajenta to offer Video Collaboration services to Scottish Public Sector on SWAN

Capita plc, in partnership with Ajenta, launch the Vscene video collaboration service as a strategic addition to the SWAN portfolio of services.

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Capita propose IoT enablement of SWAN to transform Scottish public services

Capita plc, in conjunction with the SWAN Innovation Forum, today announces it is proposing to roll out Internet of Things (IoT) capability across the Scottish Wide Area Network (SWAN). Designed to fulfil the Smart Cities and Smart Scotland agenda, support of IoT will enable the public sector to access new and innovative services that will support future transformation across the nation.

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Digitally connecting Scotland

Join SWAN at the Digital Scotland conference

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The Revolution in Collaboration - Vscene launch on SWAN

SWAN and our partner Ajenta are joining forces to launch Vscene on SWAN at an event on Tuesday 26th June 2018.

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Aberdeen City Council connects next wave of key sites to full-fibre network

A new phase of Aberdeen City Council services are to benefit from a full-fibre boost after it announced plans to connect an additional 57 council sites to CityFibre’s Gigabit City network.

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How a single network is connecting public service organisations across Scotland

The need to establish a single shared network and common IT infrastructure across Scotland was identified as a priority by the Scottish government back in 2010 following the McClelland Review.

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Aberdeen takes next step on journey to become a truly digital city

Aberdeen City Council is to install a fibre network across the city.

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Angus Council joins Scottish Wide Area Network

SWAN announces that Angus Council has joined the Scottish Wide Area Network, a single public services network for the use of all public service organisations within Scotland.

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