Alcatel-Lucent has announced plans to work with the Polish Government to extend the rollout of fibre services, alongside contract wins for its submarine networks and 4G solutions.
Sky and TalkTalk have started connecting customers in York to a new FTTH network they have built alongside joint venture partner Cityfibre.
BT has delivered its latest charm offensive as it tries to avoid divesting its lucrative Openreach arm, pledging improvements to its broadband speeds and coverage.
Three of BT’s fiercest critics have called for the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to undertake a full market investigation into the UK telco's Openreach division.
Irish operator eircom has rebranded as eir and commercially launched FTTH services for the first time.
EE has admitted its customer service for fixed broadband subscribers is "not good enough" and has committed to a major overhaul.
Four competitors have created the Infrastructure Investors Group (IIG) amid the threat of increased regulation on BT Openreach.
Taiwan’s Chunghwa Telecom will be the first operator in the world to deploy G.Fast technology later this year, Alcatel-Lucent has announced.
Huawei CEO Eric Xu has likened ultra-fast broadband to the iPhone, in that only once the tech has been pushed into the market will the demand for it take off.
Vodafone UK is partnering with broadcast connectivity provider SIS LIVE to connect major football and rugby venues in the United Kingdom to national and international broadcasters.
BT has today (Tuesday) started to trial G.Fast technology with customers in the UK town of Huntingdon.
Guilhem Poussot, Head of Quad-Play at Vodafone UK, discusses the operator’s recent return to the retail fixed broadband market
Telefónica has enlisted both Alcatel-Lucent and Huawei to help upgrade its network in Spain.
BT has revealed it is using Cloudera’s big data technology to improve its broadband service and get a more unified view of its enterprise customers.
The Broadband Stakeholder Group (BSG), the UK government’s advisory group on broadband, is launching a review into the industry-led approach to net neutrality – a practice it helped establish.
Joe Garner, the Chief Executive of Openreach, has defended the company’s record and suggested that splitting off the subsidiary from the rest of BT would not lead to increased investment in the UK's broadband network.
The UK government’s programme to deploy superfast broadband to properties not covered by existing commercial networks has reached three million homes.
Vodafone is extending the rollout of its fixed broadband service in the United Kingdom.
Telefónica says a newly-completed submarine cable will boost capacity, security and network diversity in Latin America.
By Bill Morrow, Chief Executive of nbn
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