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wireless rural uk mip project mast

20th May, 2016 (3 Comments)

Ubiquiti Networks has confirmed that some of their kit, which is used by wireless ISPs around the world (e.g. Vispa in the UK), is being attacked by a nasty piece of self-replicating malware that infects their Linux-based AirOS firmware (used on their routers, access points and other kit).

office for national statistics UK

20th May, 2016 (4 Comments)

The Office for National Statistics has released its Internet Access report for Q1 2016, which reveals that just over one in ten adults (10.2% or 5.3 million) had NEVER used the Internet and that’s an improvement from 11.4% in 2015 or 13% in 2013. But issues of disability and age remain key barriers.

welton_cumbria_uk

20th May, 2016 (3 Comments)

Residents of Welton, which is a small rural village in Cumbria (England), have vented their anger at the local authority after they were excluded from being within the scope of BT’s “fibre broadband” (FTTC/P) roll-out due to a wrongful fear of NGA network overbuilding.

5g mobile broadband

20th May, 2016 (2 Comments)

The National Infrastructure Commission has launched an 8-week consultation on the future deployment of 5G based Mobile Broadband services across the United Kingdom, which seeks to understand what the service will deliver and how many barriers might get in its way (cost, legal, planning etc.).

fibre optic orange cable blast 2016

20th May, 2016 (0 Comments)

London-based ISP NextGenAccess has hinted at plans to expand its fibre optic based broadband network into more areas that are currently outside the coverage of the BT’s UK FTTC/P roll-out, with a particular reference being made to “rural areas and non-city centre data centres and technology hubs.”

andrews and arnold uk isp

20th May, 2016 (3 Comments)

Internet provider Andrews and Arnold (AAISP) has found a solution to one of the most frustrating problems for consumers, moving a BT based home phone line number to a VoIP provider and all without breaking your fixed line broadband connection in the process.

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