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bt engineer cutting fibre optic cable

18th February, 2016 (52 Comments)

BTOpenreach has announced that they are conducting a new trial of 330Mbps capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband technology with 500 homes on the North Swindon development of Haydon Wick. This will involve building fibre optic lines direct from the local telephone exchange.

warwicknet

18th February, 2016 (0 Comments)

Business ISP WarwickNet has announced that they’ve expanded their faster broadband network to three sites in Berkshire (England) to help local firms: Winnersh Triangle in Wokingham, as well as the Bennet Road and Cradock Road areas in Reading.

europes lines of broadband fibre optic laser light

18th February, 2016 (4 Comments)

The on-going FTTH Conference 2016 event in Luxembourg has just released an interesting visualisation, which reveals that the United Kingdom is one of the few European states without a firm target for delivering 100% superfast broadband (30Mbps+) coverage by 2020.

bt openreach uk engineer team

18th February, 2016 (13 Comments)

Telecoms operator BT has today announced that it is set to create “around” 1,400 new apprenticeship and graduate jobs in 2016, which will involve related employees working in a range of roles from cybersecurity to engineering.

united kingdom

18th February, 2016 (8 Comments)

The Government’s Broadband Deliver UK programme has today published its latest quarterly performance report to the end of 2015, which reveals a bit more detail about the project’s progress. Overall 3,625,369 extra premises have now benefited and can order superfast broadband, with £406,918,848 of BDUK funding spent.

full_duplex_docsis31

18th February, 2016 (6 Comments)

Cable operators like Virgin Media (Liberty Global) are slowly gearing up to launch trials of their new DOCSIS 3.1 technology, which could push peak download speeds to 10Gbps (1Gbps upload). But now CableLabs claims to have proven the “viability” of a symmetrical 10Gbps using the same standard.

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