CityFibre

Milton Keynes set to be first UK gigabit city

A £40 million investment from CityFibre has potentially positioned Milton Keynes as the first city in the UK to bathe in the wonder that is gigabit-capable full fibre broadband.

Ofcom increases scrutiny of BT with dark fibre proposal

UK telecoms regulator Ofcom has stepped up its efforts to reduce BT’s dominance of the UK fixed line market by announcing proposals that would oblige BT to open up its so called ‘dark fibre’ for use by competitors.

BT broadband rival CityFibre submits complaint over EE bid – report

UK-based broadband infrastructure specialist CityFibre has submitted a complaint to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) saying BT’s proposed acquisition of EE will be anti-competitive and damage the government’s ‘ultrafast’ broadband roll-out plans, a report has claimed.

Sky and TalkTalk partner on FTTP rollout in York

UK fixed line players Sky and TalkTalk have created a joint venture to deliver fibre to the premises across the city of York. The firms have taken equal shares in the JV, along with fibre infrastructure provider CityFibre, to build a nationwide FTTP network promising broadband speeds of up to 1Gbps to businesses and homes in the city.

CityFibre appoints advisor for UK-wide fibre project

UK firm CityFibre Holdings has appointed Macquarie Capital to act as financial advisor on its next stage of capital formation, as it gets ready to build fibre networks across the country that will eventually connect 1mn homes and 50,000 businesses.

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