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12th Jun 2018 (17 Comments)

The UK High Court has today granted Cityfibre permission to proceed with its Judicial Review of the Advertising Standards Authority’s decision regarding the use of “fibre” terminology in broadband ISP advertising, which the operator has often accused of being “misleading” for consumers.

12th Jun 2018 (3 Comments)

Competition over fibre isn’t just a matter for broadband ISPs. Scotland-based Emtelle, which is a global manufacturer of blown fibre and ducted network solutions for the industry, has today launched patent infringement proceedings in the UK High Court against Hexatronic over their competing air blown fibre products.

12th Jun 2018 (0 Comments)

The Somerset-based CableCom Networking Group, which last year acquired alternative network ISP WarwickNet, has decided to re-brand itself under the name of ‘Glide‘ and to split their company into three areas for dealing with business connectivity, residential broadband and students.

12th Jun 2018 (6 Comments)

BT claims to have built the UK’s “first practical quantum-secured high-speed fibre network“, which harnesses quantum encryption and can transfer data at a speed of 500Gbps (Gigabits per second). The network runs over a distance of 120km via multiple exchanges between BT Labs in Ipswich and Cambridge University.

12th Jun 2018 (4 Comments)

Cable ISP Virgin Media has launched a new range of specially priced broadband packages and bundles that have been designed for students and offer a 30 day contract. For example, the 54Mbps broadband-only service costs £33 a month, which is the same as the non-student package on a 12 month term.

12th Jun 2018 (8 Comments)

Approximately 20 of the Government’s national Broadband Delivery UK projects with BT (Openreach) and other ISPs are understood to be “in default” due to a shortfall in the operator’s expected deployment of new fixed line “superfast broadband” (24Mbps+) infrastructure, but the overall picture is more positive.

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