Category: Broadband


TalkTalk rebrands a bit

What do you do over the summer when you’re stuck in the office and everyone else is on holiday? Why, you mastermind a superficial rebrand of course.

Sky telegraphs its Openreach agenda

As BT’s negotiations with Ofcom falter, embittered Openreach customer Sky recruited the Telegraph newspaper for propaganda help.

Power lines are hideous, but AT&T thinks they’ll be great for 5G

Nothing ruins a beautiful photo like a monolithic power line. Thankfully, AT&T has found a way of making these global monstrosities a core element of its future wireless proposition. While the Finns found a way of making them look pretty awesome, there’s little denying these things look horrendous. The bods down at AT&T Labs have […]

Nokia and DT get a Terabit better at optical

Gigabit society – HA! We laugh at your feeble gigabit aspirations, inferred Nokia, DT and the University of Munich after demonstrating 1 Terabit-per-second transmission rates over fibre.

Ericsson sets sights on skint subscribers

With low-APRU, high population mobile markets like India going through massive disruption, Ericsson has launched a suite of innovations aimed improving developing world connectivity.

AT&T pointlessly attacks Google over fibre

After Google shifted its focus from fibre to wireless following a tricky time of things, AT&T couldn’t resist taking a juvenile swipe at the OTT-come-telecoms provider.

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