Category: Broadband


Dish boosts fibre offer with AT&T deal

Dish Network is boosting its fixed Internet service portfolio via a new distribution deal with AT&T that will allow it to extend its fibre reach.

WBBA Martin Creaner: Broadband Generational Roadmap Initiative

Recently, Informa, a well-known UK analysis and research institute, jointly held the “F5G Evolution Summit 2022” in Shenzhen with the participation of several operators, ETSI, WBBA and Huawei. WBBA Director General Martin Creaner, a guest speaker on the day, disclosed that a number of industry leading companies are cooperating to address the next generation of […]

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Adtran, optical and the fibre market

Time discipline is restored this week by the presence of another grown-up guest and the absence of beer. We’re delighted to welcome Ronan Kelly, CTO of Adtran, and get straight into his day job that focuses on fixed-line networking kit. This inevitably leads to an exploration of the arcane world of optical technology and concludes with a look at the current state of play of the global fibre market.

T-Mobile US attacks big broadband firms

T-Mobile US is making a renewed push into 5G-based fixed wireless services for home broadband, in the process hitting out at the country’s established ISPs in its own unique style.

BT finally makes EE its main consumer-facing brand

A sort-of rebrand means EE will become the flagship brand for consumers, and will ‘expand into new areas’ – though the BT brand will remain on home standalone broadband and landline services.

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