News Archive - March 2012

Previous news from our archive for March 2012.
Thursday, March 22nd 2012
Point Topic and the Broadband Forum have published their latest study on broadband connection numbers. The global number of broadband connections edged closer to the 600 million mark in 2011, according t...
Wednesday, March 21st 2012
More than 15,400 properties in Barrow will be upgraded to receive super-fast broadband by next spring. BT's decision to roll out fibre optic broadband to the Cumbrian town of Barrow-in-Furness has be...
Tuesday, March 20th 2012
North Somerset-based DTechnics has entered the broadband market. A North Somerset computer services business has launched its own broadband product and hopes its per...
Tuesday, March 20th 2012
Everything Everywhere should not be allowed to roll out 4G services this year, Vodafone has argued. Vodafone has warned that Ofcom's plan to allow Everything Everywhere to roll out the UK's fi...
Monday, March 19th 2012
Residents in Suffolk are being urged to give their views on super-fast broadband plans. Suffolk County Council (SCC) is set to consult with residents and businesses over plans to boost sup...
Monday, March 19th 2012
Ulster Unionist Roy Beggs has said rural parts of Northern Ireland are still unable to access fast and reliable broadband. A commitment to bring 100 per cent high-speed broadband coverage to Northern Ireland has so far been...
Friday, March 16th 2012
The Connecting Devon and Somerset broadband initiative has won support from over 15,000 people. More than 15,000 consumers and businesses have backed the call for improved broadband access in sout...
Friday, March 16th 2012
The average modem sync speed available in each of England's local authority districts has been released by Ofcom. Ofcom has published updated broadband speed data that shows the current theoretical download rates a...
Thursday, March 15th 2012
Nicholas James of UK Broadband has said WiMax could never compete with fixed-line broadband. WiMax broadband technology was never likely to be a success, according to the chief executive of wir...
Thursday, March 15th 2012
The government has been urged to implement a legally binding universal service obligation on broadband speeds. Universal broadband with speeds of at least 2Mbps must be extended to rural communities in order to ...
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