Category: Broadband


The Telecoms.com Podcast: Q3 numbers, BBWF and new iPhone

Pierre’s back, which means the pod is too. Scott once more the filling in a Light Reading sandwich, joined as he is by Iain and Ray. After some extensive plugging they start by reviewing some Q3 earnings numbers, then Iain and Ray report from the recent Broadband World Forum event before they conclude with an ad hoc review of Iain’s new iPhone.

BT insists the future is more than just 5G

It might be dominating the headlines, demanding the lion’s share of CAPEX and a fresh opportunity to show some sort of innovation, but BT has reiterated the message that the future is more than just 5G.

Openreach unveils rural fibre trials

Openreach has provided some colour to the rural fibre plans, testing out new technologies and techniques, with the objective of connecting 50,000 homes by Christmas.

All Modes Lead to Home: The New Broadband Access Boom

Mobile broadband in the form of 4G and now 5G may have been grabbing the headlines for the past few years, but in the background the fixed line broadband market has been growing steadily, driven by both regulatory imperatives and operator expansion ambitions on the supply side, and the increasing use of bandwidth-hungry applications on the demand side.

All Modes Lead to Home: The New Broadband Access Boom

This Telecoms.com Intelligence report examines the competing and complementing dynamics between different broadband technologies, in particular the fixed (especially FTTx) and the Fixed Wireless Access (especially 5G-based) solutions.

Reflecting on 20 Years of Wi-Fi

It’s been twenty years since Wireless Fidelity was invented and first released for consumers by the IEEE committee 802.11.

Polls

Should privacy be treated as a right to protect stringently, or a commodity for users to trade for benefits?

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