By Barney Lane, Head of Regulation at Colt
Nokia has launched a raft of fibre broadband solutions to help operators expand their footprints to remote areas.
Bouygues Telecoms has signed a deal with another infrastructure provider as it looks to deliver FTTH services to its customers.
Nick Jeffery took the reins of Vodafone UK in September 2016. He talks about his first year in charge and why he hopes competitors will fear the company moving forward
By Bengt Nordstrom, Co-Founder and CEO of independent telecoms business consultancy Northstream
Ofcom is planning to “close the gap” between what speeds UK broadband providers are advertising and what they deliver.
Vodafone Ireland has credited customers with €2.5 million and stumped up €250,000 to pay for a roaming related fine levied by the country’s regulator.
Telecoms provider edpnet has signed up to use Proximus’ emerging FTTH network in Belgium.
Vodafone and NOS will share fibre and mobile masts in Portugal as each looks to win over new customers.
Openreach has signed a co-investment deal with UK landlord Grosvenor to roll out fibre across its London estate.
SIRO has pulled out of the tender process for Ireland’s National Broadband Plan, citing its inability to put together a competitive business case.
Bouygues Telecom has teamed up with French infrastructure provider Covage to increase the number of customers it can sell FTTH services to.
By Alex Oxley, VP, Communications, EMEA, Cyient
Wind Tre has extended a partnership with Open Fiber that will see it offer fibre to the home (FTTH) to 60 percent of the Italian population.
TIM is set to use the infrastructure of utilities companies to help it roll out fibre broadband in Italy.
Vodafone is set to splash around €2 billion on rolling out FTTH and accelerating the speed at which it is upgrading its cable network in Germany.
The number of G.Fast products certified by the Broadband Forum has grown over the summer, with 24 solutions now making the grade.
Deutsche Telekom has added new hit shows to its TV offering, after signing deals with major content companies, and introduced new customer service features and targeted offerings.
Six areas of the UK are set to get FTTH broadband thanks to a new government-backed investment programme.
Matthew Evans is CEO of the Broadband Stakeholder Group, an advisory group to the UK government. He discusses fibre technology and deployment, plus the impact of Brexit
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