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.
Polish fixed line provider Netia is rolling out what has been described as Europe's first fully virtualised Distributed Access Architecture (vDAA) cable network.
Deutsche Telekom is connecting 5,000 Telefónica Deutschland base stations to its fibre network as both German operators look to expand.
Deutsche Telekom has started using artificial intelligence to plot the next steps for its fibre deployment.
Altice Europe could sell stakes in its fibre broadband business, after confirming it is undergoing a strategic review of its asset.
Openreach has unveiled the Wirral, in the north west of England, as the latest location to gain access to fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) technology under its Fibre First programme.
SFR passed almost a quarter of a million new premises with fibre during July and August and increased its 4G and 4G+ coverage, the French telco announced in its latest network update.
Austrian incumbent A1 is extending its fibre broadband network in Upper Austria to 41 new locations, as part of a €40 million-per-year investment plan for the region.
Wind Tre has extended fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) connectivity to the city of Matera in the Basilicata region of Italy thanks to its partnership with wholesale network Open Fiber.
Spain's Pepephone has extended the availability of its 200Mbps fibre broadband service via a wholesale agreement with Telefonica's Movistar, it announced late last week.
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