Vodafone has hit out at BT and Deutsche Telekom as it called on the European Commission to ensure FTTH tech was made a priority of the ongoing Digital Single Market reform.
Alcatel-Lucent Submarine Networks (ASN) has partnered with Bluesky Pacific Group to build a new undersea cable linking New Zealand and Hawaii.
Vodafone is expanding its fibre footprint in Europe, as well as extending its roaming agreement with Swisscom.
Six million UK homes and offices could be receiving inadequate Wi-Fi connectivity due to poor setups, Ofcom has said.
Glasgow will become the third Scottish city to receive CityFibre’s FTTH network following a partnership between the London-based infrastructure provider and local player HighNet.
Alcatel-Lucent’s research arm has revealed it is testing a new optical networking technology that offers Petabit-per-second capacity.
Telefónica has launched a new gateway product to mark the completion of the first phase of transforming its global technology division.
Virgin Media Business has announced that it plans to launch broadband speeds up to 300Mbps early next year.
Orange is to increase the number of homes in Spain that have access to FTTH technology.
BT’s Managing Director of Mobility has said the operator is “optimistic” about getting clearance for its acquisition of EE.
Alcatel-Lucent has launched a range of new broadband products that it said would turn operators’ fixed networks into an “essential asset”.
The CEO of Telenor Norway has said that the operator needs to modernise its “old fashioned” approach to broadband user experience.
Virgin Media CEO Tom Mockridge has said that the company will turn its attention away from price to focus on performance as part of a new marketing approach by the ISP.
BT and Alcatel-Lucent have revealed that they have completed trials of a new form of G.Fast technology that can deliver speeds of more than 5GBps.
France’s competition authority is to review Numericable-SFR’s role in deploying fibre as part of a joint venture with Bouygues Telecom.
Vodafone UK has made its retail fibre offering available to new customers as it revealed that the new service is availbale to 22 million premises.
Alcatel-Lucent and BT have extended trials of G.fast to a further 2,000 homes in the north-east of the England.
Swisscom has been handed a CHF 186 million (€171 million) fine by Switzerland’s competition authority on the grounds that it imposed unfair prices upon rivals for broadband access.
The Deputy CEO of Orange said serving households, not individuals was a necessity as the operator laid out plans to be the number one converged player in Europe.
Ericsson has revealed it is working with two new partners to boost its fibre offering, while also announcing a new LTE deal in Indonesia.
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