News Archive - February 2012

Previous news from our archive for February 2012.
Wednesday, February 22nd 2012
Video streaming accounts for 42 per cent of mobile bandwidth, a new report has found. More than two-fifths of mobile broadband bandwidth is taken up by video streaming services, accordin...
Wednesday, February 22nd 2012
Dave Thompson MSP has argued Ofcom's 4G rollout plans are unambitious. Ofcom and the UK government have been criticised by Badenoch MSP Dave Thompson for failing to be amb...
Tuesday, February 21st 2012
Small broadband operators could take legal action against local councils if Broadband Delivery UK money is awarded to BT. Local authorities could face legal challenges from small network operators in rural areas if they aw...
Monday, February 20th 2012
Warwickshire County Council will add broadband investment of £3 million to the £4.07 million it has been allocated by the government. An additional £3 million will be invested by Warwickshire County Council to improve broadband ...
Friday, February 17th 2012
The five-year Radio Spectrum Policy Programme has been adopted by the European Parliament. The European Parliament has adopted the Radio Spectrum Policy Programme (RSPP), which will allow air...
Friday, February 17th 2012
Barrow residents may miss out on BT's programme of copper broadband upgrades. BT has refused to confirm whether it will extend next-generation copper broadband access to the Cumb...
Thursday, February 16th 2012
A super-fast broadband pilot scheme is set to launch in Wallingford, Oxfordshire. Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) is set to work with BT on a super-fast broadband pilot scheme in th...
Thursday, February 16th 2012
The WiSpire wireless broadband project could be expanded in Broadland. Broadland District Council (BDC) is set to look into the possibility of extending the WiSpire scheme...
Wednesday, February 15th 2012
Super-fast 4G mobile services could be rolled out in Nottingham if the city wins government funding. Nottingham could become the first UK city to gain access to super-fast 4G mobile broadband technolog...
Wednesday, February 15th 2012
Schoolchildren, businesses and families are just some of the groups that can benefit from faster broadband, Karen O'Kane of BBN has said. Faster and more reliable broadband can offer benefits to people from all walks of life, according to...
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