The CEO of Altice has said fibre is the future as the operator acquired exclusive broadcasting rights to UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League football.
Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries said fewer UK premises than expected will be connected to faster broadband technology this year, as he revealed the company’s European operating income suffered in Q1.
Virgin Media, Tesco Mobile and BT top customer satisfaction rankings across broadband, mobile and landline respectively, according to new Ofcom figures.
Fibre broadband deployments in the UK could be boosted if lawmakers continue to commit to attracting low-skilled workers, the government has been told.
Ofcom may introduce wholesale price caps on BT as part of new measures to promote competition in the UK’s broadband market.
Virgin Media has suspended four employees as it grapples with the fall-out from misreporting of its Project Lightning broadband rollout.
Bouygues Telecom has signed a deal to start providing a FTTH service in partnership with Altitude Infrastructure.
FTTB provider SIRO is offering free gigabit connectivity to businesses in Ireland as part of a new initiative to boost competitiveness outside the country’s big cities.
Virgin Media has revamped its bundles and made broadband speeds of 100MBps the minimum that customers will receive.
BT has won deals to supply a range of services to Michelin and the Co-operative Group, it has revealed.
Telekom Austria said it had reached speeds of 10GBps on a copper cable as it looks to boost the performance of its broadband network.
Vodafone has signed a five-year deal to access Telefónica's fibre optic network in Spain.
FTTH is redefining how Proximus is selling services to enterprises, its CTO says, as the Belgium-based operator embarks on a decade-long deployment of the technology.
Mark Collins, Co-Founder and Director of Strategy & Public Affairs of CityFibre, discusses fibre regulation, Openreach and why Sky quit its joint venture in York
Why do we need fibre? The Fibre to the Home (FTTH) Council attempted to provide an answer at its annual conference last week.
The FTTH Council has revealed that it would cost €156 billion to make FTTH technology reach 100 percent of homes in Europe, as the number of subscribers grew 33 percent in the 12 months to September 2016.
The Italian Competition Authority (AGCM) has launched an investigation into a Flash Fiber, a FTTH joint venture between Telecom Italia (TIM) and Swisscom subsidiary Fastweb.
Deutsche Telekom hopes to work more closely with competitors in order to boost access to fibre broadband, the MD of its German opco has said.
Eurocomms.com: The European Commission’s Electronic Communications Code that was unveiled last September included a whole raft of implications for broadband providers. Now that you’ve had time to digest it, what are your thoughts?
JT has connected 70 percent of planned premises to a new FTTH network in Jersey.
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