News Archive - September 2012

Previous news from our archive for September 2012.
North-east Northern Ireland residents criticise broadband
Friday, September 28th 2012
The quality of broadband connectivity in north-east Northern Ireland has been criticised by local residents. Residents in north-east Northern Ireland have hit out at the quality of broadband available in some towns and villages.In Ballymena, downstream speeds of around 8.5Mbps are available at the local BBC office, but this rate drops dramatically just a few miles from the town.Across the region, many resi...
Thursday, September 27th 2012
BT has been praised for rolling out super-fast broadband to more Northumberland properties. Northumberland County Council (NCC) has praised BT's decision to include the communities of Alnwick ...
Wednesday, September 26th 2012
Capital expenditure on mobile networks fell in western Europe during the second quarter. Western European capital expenditure (capex) on mobile networks has declined despite carriers prepar...
Tuesday, September 25th 2012
Alternative technologies should play a part in the government's broadband strategy, the CLA has said. Wi-Fi and satellite broadband have an important role to play in boosting super-fast broadband covera...
Tuesday, September 25th 2012
Alternative technologies should play a part in the government's broadband strategy, the CLA has said. Wi-Fi and satellite broadband have an important role to play in boosting super-fast broadband covera...
Tuesday, September 25th 2012
Alternative technologies should play a part in the government's broadband strategy, the CLA has said. Wi-Fi and satellite broadband have an important role to play in boosting super-fast broadband covera...
Monday, September 24th 2012
The European Commission is responsible for the delay in Suffolk's broadband rollout, according to the county council. Suffolk County Council (SCC) has blamed the European Commission for the continued delay in deliverin...
Friday, September 21st 2012
European commissioner Neelie Kroes has pointed out the benefits of super-fast broadband access. A ten per cent increase in broadband penetration leads to a rise of up to 1.5 per cent in European g...
Thursday, September 20th 2012
NFU Cymru agrees broadband notspots and slowspots must be eradicated. A report from a group of MPs calling for the eradication of broadband hotspots and slowspots in Wale...
Wednesday, September 19th 2012
Aberdeenshire Council is mulling an £18 million investment in the county's broadband infrastructure. Councillors in Aberdeenshire will this week be asked to consider a multimillion-pound investment in ...
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