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mole plough bt

25th October, 2017 (7 Comments)

A reinvestment of £6 million into the on-going Broadband East Riding project in Yorkshire (England) will enable Openreach (BT) to extend their existing FTTC, FTTP and FTTRN rollout of “superfast broadband” (24Mbps+) in the region to an additional 2,200 homes and businesses.

fibre optic green cable flay

16th June, 2017 (2 Comments)

Thousands of extra homes in the county of Wiltshire (England) look set to benefit after the local authority awarded a total of £3 million in extra public funding to BT and Gigaclear, which are both tasked with expanding the reach of their 100Mbps+ capable “fibre broadband” networks into rural areas.

bt old street cabinet vs fttc cabinet

14th December, 2016 (6 Comments)

Surrey is special because it’s one of the few counties in England to have already delivered over 96% coverage of “superfast broadband” (24Mbps+) and as a result they were able to skip the Government’s second Broadband Delivery UK phase. But the council has this week agreed to go even further.

broadband_se16

6th April, 2016 (16 Comments)

The Broadband SE16 campaign group has accused the local council and BTOpenreach of failing to live up to their commitment to deliver faster “fibre broadband” (FTTC/P) connectivity to 4,000 Southwark premises by March 2016. “Not a single person in Rotherhithe has benefitted,” said the group.

gfast_node_and_telegraph_pole

9th February, 2016 (3 Comments)

BT’s forthcoming 300-500Mbps G.fast broadband technology won’t just be used to upgrade homes. The operator has also claimed a “world first” by using the G.fast to supply a cellular Cloud Radio Access Network (C-RAN) over copper lines, which could be used to support 4G and future 5G mobile services.

router_broadband_kit

11th January, 2016 (26 Comments)

Today we publish our third and probably final annual summary of home routers with integrated VDSL2 modems, which are designed to be used with superfast “fibre broadband” offering ISPs (BT, TalkTalk, PlusNet, Sky Broadband etc.) that use the FTTC / VDSL2 technology (FTTrN and FTT-Basement also use VDSL2).

gfast broadband node

8th December, 2015 (18 Comments)

As expected BT are now starting their third 6 month trial of G.fast broadband technology (ITU G.9701), this time in Swansea (Wales), which will initially offer Internet download speeds of up to 330Mbps (50Mbps upload) before rising to 500Mbps over the next decade.

united kingdom of great britain map 500

12th November, 2015 (32 Comments)

The Government’s Broadband Delivery UK initiative, which is primarily working with BT to make fixed line superfast broadband (24Mbps+) services available to 95% of the United Kingdom by 2017/18, has ended Q3 2015 by confirming that 3,311,843 extra premises have now benefited from the effort.

london_connectivity_rating_scheme

23rd October, 2015 (0 Comments)

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, and WiredScore have this week introduced a new “Connectivity Ratings Scheme,” which awards big buildings in the city with a rating of either Platinum, Gold, Silver or Certified (aka – Bronze) depending upon the quality of its broadband and Internet connectivity.

copper and fibre optic hybrid broadband cables uk

20th October, 2015 (1 Comment)

Israel-based Sckipio has made several announcements at the start of this week’s Broadband World Forum event, not least with their ability to squeeze a broadband speed of 2000Mbps out of the new G.fast (ITU G.9701) technology that BT are also preparing to roll-out. But there’s a catch.

gfast_deployment_underground_unit

9th October, 2015 (6 Comments)

As expected BT has today confirmed that their second major trial of future G.fast broadband technology (ITU G.9701), which will initially offer speeds of up to 330Mbps (50Mbps upload) before rising to 500Mbps over the next decade, has begun in Gosforth (Newcastle, North England).

gfast_deployment_underground_unit

17th September, 2015 (45 Comments)

At the end of last month BTOpenreach began connecting customers to their large-scale 6-9 month trial of 500Mbps capable NGA2 G.fast broadband technology and 1Gbps Fibre-on-Demand (FOD2) in the market town of Huntingdon (Cambridgeshire). Now we have the first official progress update.

copper and fibre optic hybrid broadband cables uk

16th September, 2015 (20 Comments)

Chunghwa Telecom (CHT) in Taiwan has this week officially begun the world’s first commercial deployment of next generation G.fast broadband technology, which is the same service that BT are currently trialling (here) for launch in the UK during 2016/17.

City of london square mile united kingdom

10th September, 2015 (27 Comments)

After 20 months of waiting BT finally appears to be progressing its pledge to spend £50m on expanding the commercial roll-out of superfast “fibre broadband” (FTTC/P/B + FTTrN) services to 400,000 extra premises in UK cities, with the first to benefit being in London (Kensington, Chelsea and Tech City etc.).

telegraph pole openreach engineer hanging

8th September, 2015 (44 Comments)

The Broadband Forum has produced a new technical specification (TR-301) that appears to lay the groundwork for future deployments of VDSL2 (FTTC) and G.fast based broadband technologies that suck the power they need directly from home users (your electricity bill might take a hit).

gfast_underground_distribution_node

25th August, 2015 (41 Comments)

As expected BT has confirmed that their first large-scale (2,000 premises) live customer trial of future G.fast broadband technology (ITU G.9701), which will initially offer Internet speeds of up to 330Mbps (rising to 500Mbps in the future), have begun in the market town of Huntingdon (Cambridgeshire).

indoor_telecoms_engineer_bt_openreach

13th August, 2015 (5 Comments)

BTOpenreach appears to have expanded their pilots of ‘up to’ 80Mbps capable VDSL2 based Fibre-to-the-Basement (FTTB) and Fibre-to-the-Remote-Node (FTTrN) broadband technology to parts of Gatwick airport (West Sussex) and Rotherhithe (London), respectively.

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