Category: Broadband


Europe has a €500 million broadband whip round

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has announced the launch of a new fund which that aims to raise €500 million for network deployments in underserved areas throughout Europe.

Rubbish internet no longer first-world-problem

Although Internet access has long been ridiculed as a first world problem new research from Which? has shown broadband is now considered as important as running water and a dry place to sleep.

Three decides one way to have a moan isn’t enough

Seemingly not content with the noise been made by the ‘Fix Britain’s Internet’ campaign, Three has stepped up its whining this Christmas with a new crusade known as ‘MakeTheAirFair’.

Huawei goes all-in on the cloud

Huawei has announced three new products which it claims will help customers move towards the ‘full cloudification of wireless networks’.

LTE isn’t good enough for critical communications… yet

LTE has the potential to revolutionise emergency services communications, but it needs to be nothing less than 100% reliable, according to CEO of the TCCA, Phil Kidner in an interview with Telecoms.com at AfricaCom 2016.

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