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b4rn's massive fibre optic cabinet

17th September, 2013 (26 Comments)

Complaints about the size of BT’s big, green and FTTC supporting street cabinets are nothing new but if you’re one of those people who gets worked up about such things then look away now because B4RN’s fibre optic (FTTH) cabinet in rural Lancashire (England) is a veritable monster of a thing.

lonsdalenet

17th September, 2013 (0 Comments)

Cumbria-based ISP LonsdaleNET in England, which last year launched a new superfast wireless broadband network in the Eden Valley and surrounding areas, claims to have deployed a new 1000Mbps capable fibre optic (FTTP) network to the tiny rural hamlet (civil parish) village of Melkinthorpe in the same region.

wales uk map

17th September, 2013 (1 Comment)

The Welsh Government has announced that its £4 million Broadband Support Scheme (BSS), which offered grants of up to £1,000 to help those living in rural parts of Wales where broadband connectivity remains poor (i.e. sub-2Mbps speeds), is to be replaced by an almost identical alternative.

btopenreach uk van

17th September, 2013 (3 Comments)

The £18.06 million Connected Counties project, which aims to rollout BT’s fibre optic based broadband (FTTC/P) lines to more than 90% of premises in Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire (England) by the end of March 2016, has published its official deployment maps.

virgin media business uk

17th September, 2013 (0 Comments)

Cable operator Virgin Media Business has today announced the launch of its own “business-grade” 4G mobile network by making using of EE’s (Everything Everywhere) platform, which can already reach more than 60% of the United Kingdom.

computer keyboard and mouse user

17th September, 2013 (0 Comments)

A new study by Age UK has reported that adults over the age of 65 are generally less likely to be using the Internet if they live in the north of England than if they reside in the south. Older people in Tyne and Wear were the least likely to be online (28% connected), while those in Surrey to the south showed the strongest uptake (65%).

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