UK

O2 goes up a gear in the 5G race

O2 has announced it will switch-on its 5G network at Millbrook Proving Ground in Bedfordshire to fuel the testing of autonomous and connected vehicles.

Trade union slams BT restructuring plans

Trade union Prospect has hit out at BT’s drawn out plans to cut 13,000 staff as part of a restructuring plans to cut £1.5 billion a year from the spreadsheets.

Farmers lobby group pushes for rural roaming

The Country Land and Business Association (CLA) has urged the UK Government and industry to push for a rural roaming mechanism to improve 4G coverage and close the digital divide.

UK questions Huawei security credibility

The oversight board responsible for mitigating the risk associated with Huawei products has released a new report which questions whether using equipment from the vendor is the best idea.

Plume hits the UK market

Mesh wifi specialist Plume has launched itself onto the UK market, bringing with it a new service which aims to make consumer IOT more secure.

Which pans UK broadband leaders for woeful service

Consumer publication Which has slammed the UK broadband scene, pointing towards the unacceptable and consistently poor performance of market share leaders for customer service and performance.

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