Broadband News 2015 March 9

Bringing high-speed Internet to rural, unserved areas

David Salway, director of the New York State Broadband Program Office, said in an interview with The Citizen that the goal of the program is to help …

City of Hagerstown receives eight responses in regard to expanded broadband downtown

The City of Hagerstown’s attempt to find companies interested in expanding broadband-fiber Internet availability downtown has resulted in eight formal …

Superfast broadband rollout reaches 80000 homes

PROJECT: In June 2013, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire Councils joined forces with BT to form the Northernlincs Broadband …

New cable to provide faster access for consumers, businesses

The new submarine cable will deliver ultra-broadband capacity and faster access to consumers and businesses. Its ultimate design capacity of 24 …

Faster broadband will add £200m to Capital economy

Edinburgh’s economy is set to be boosted by over £200m per year thanks to plans to connect the Capital to the “gigabit revolution” that is bringing …

Kagame pushes for broadband

KIGALI, Rwanda – Rwanda President Paul Kagame has said broadband should be seen as an essential aspect of people’s daily lives and not a luxury.

Rural areas will benefit from broadband investment: Sugden

“I have been approached by many constituents, living in rural areas, who do not have access to adequate and reliable broadband coverage.

Free broadband for 12 months with TalkTalk Simply Broadband

The shopping voucher which is redeemable at a range of high street stores is also available on the other TalkTalk broadband products including fibre …

Dutch govt plans stimulus measures for rural broadband

The Dutch ministry of economic affairs announced a number of measures aimed at easing the roll-out of faster broadband in rural areas. From 01 …

Uncapped broadband prices – Fibre vs DSL

Numerous affordable uncapped fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) products were launched in recent months, which offer better value for money than some of …

NZ tops OECD for fibre growth connections

The latest OECD Broadband Portal penetration statistics show New Zealand is now number one among developed countries for annual growth of fibre …

ZTE in deal to build Algeria LTE network

The Algerian government gave high priority to the building of fixed broadband and wireless broadband, with the LTE project one of the main elements …

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Chief Editor of Fiber Optic Mania Magazine

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