CityFibre plans an industry-wide consultation on the role of alternative fibre infrastructure builders (such as itself) in switching customers from legacy copper networks.
Uncooperative landlords have made it difficult for up to 9 million flat dwellers to have internet access.
BT’s access division, Openreach, is trialling new tools and techniques to bring fibre to the premises (FTTP) broadband to remote locations.
Bandwidth infrastructure company euNetworks has built new duct-based, high-fibre networks in Milan and Madrid.
Broadband providers are reportedly in talks with the UK government and regulator to set a deadline to switch off copper networks and move customers over to fibre.
High Court rejects CityFibre’s appeal against ruling that allows copper connections to be marketed as ‘fibre’.
Deutsche Telekom and energy and telecommunications company EWE have formed a joint venture named Glasfaser NordWest.
Broadband network-builder Openreach has launched a six-week consultation on how to upgrade customers to full fibre broadband connections
The operator will act as an Internet Service Provider (ISP) on all Public Initiative Networks (PIN) in France, regardless of which operator deployed the network.
There will be 1.2 billion fixed broadband subscribers by 2025, according to predictions in a new report from the Broadband Forum and Point Topic.
Group CEO spells out the reasons for Orange’s financial results for 2018 – content and fast access are two of them.
CityFibre announced an agreement with infrastructure provider Amey to extend its 150km network in Edinburgh to homes and businesses across the city.
Standards define application programming interface (API) to replace dynamic bandwidth assignment (DBA) software module.
Virgin Media is trialling what it says is “the UK’s fastest home broadband” after successfully testing a connection offering speeds of more than 8Gbps to homes in Cambridgeshire.
Disrupter Illiad claims to be top alternative FTTH provider in France, doubling the number of fibre customers in just one year.
Deutsche Telekom has called for more urgency from the government and telcoms industry in rolling-out super-fast broadband in Germany.
UK fixed line provider Openreach is planning to extend its Gfast network to an extra one million homes and businesses.
Telefónica Deutschland is broadening its fixed line reach after gaining access to German utility company EWE's network.
UK fixed line player CityFibre is launching a £2.5 billion plan to introduce FTTH to 37 towns and cities.
Four out of five fixed line connections have a fibre flavour, the Broadband Forum has reported, as subscribers broke through the one billion barrier for the first time.
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