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warwicknet

8th Dec 2016 (0 Comments)

WarwickNet has announced that businesses on the Drayton Fields Industrial Estate in the market town of Daventry (Northamptonshire, England) can now access their new fibre optic based broadband network (FTTP, FTTC etc.), which offers speeds of up to 100Mbps and gigabit leased lines.

europe countries

8th Dec 2016 (0 Comments)

The European Commission has today clarified the safeguards (“fair use policy“) that will exist alongside their plan to end EU mobile roaming charges from 15th June 2017 (i.e. any call, text or data allowance used will come from your domestic plan).

zen internet uk isp

8th Dec 2016 (1 Comment)

Zen Internet has signed a new partnership deal with alternative network provider Metronet UK, which will enable them to supply “wireless leased line” based Internet connectivity services to their customers and partners.

broken_tv_sport

8th Dec 2016 (5 Comments)

Business ISP Gradwell Communications has recently published a league table of broadband download and upload speeds from around 92 Football League clubs across the United Kingdom. We’re not sure how useful this data is, but it’s certainly a good bit of fun.

BT Labs in Ipswich

8th Dec 2016 (4 Comments)

Telecoms operator BT (EE) and long-time partner Huawei have today joined forces on a new project to both research and develop the next generation of ultrafast (20Gbps capable) 5G based Mobile Broadband technology at the BT Labs facility in Ipswich.

businesses need broadband connections

8th Dec 2016 (8 Comments)

A new Populus survey of 2,107 UK homes from Which? has found that 90% of people view broadband as being “essential” (just below water, food, energy supply and housing), but 68% have suffered problems with their connection in the past 12 months and three in ten get sub-10Mbps speeds.

bbc_iplayer_4k_trial

8th Dec 2016 (15 Comments)

Video streaming accounts for around 70% of all consumer Internet traffic (here) and as such any change in its landscape can have a big impact upon broadband ISPs (network capacity and speeds), particularly when a key content provider like the BBC adds 4K UltraHD content to its iPlayer service.

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