fibre

Ofcom to force feed localised fibre diet

It’s a new week, and therefore time for a new Ofcom consultation. This time the UK watchdog will be trying to understand whether it is feasible to hyper-localise regulations to encourage full-fibre networks.

UK Gov reserves £6.8bn to realise 5G dream by 2027

The UK Government has released a report which outlines £600 billion investments in national infrastructure, including £6.8 billion to make 5G a reality by 2027 and nationwide full fibre coverage by 2033.

UK shines for Liberty Global in Q3

The UK market proved to a be a success over the last three months for Liberty Global, though the same could not be said for the Belgium and Swiss operations.

Three and O2 put positive spin on sh*t connectivity

Three and O2 have signed a deal with SSE Enterprise which will enable the pair to access its fibre ring, part of which is located in the Thames Water waste water network, to improve connectivity backhaul capabilities.

CityFibre taunts rivals with 10 Gbps speeds claim

CityFibre has announced a partnership with Calix to deliver, what it claims, would be the world’s only Software Defined Access (SDA) operating system across, delivering mouth-watering speeds across its fibre network.

Open Fiber banks €3.5bn for Italy FTTH push

Open Fiber has raised €3.5 billion from a pool of commercial banks, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti and the European Investment Bank (EIB) to fuel the firms FTTH push across Italy.

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