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Summary: Photos of the month - July 2011

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  • Ofcom broadband UK speed map broaband take-up

    silicon.com also took a look at the broadband situation closer to home last month when telecoms regulator Ofcom published an interactive map of the UK showing broadband data for each local authority.

    The city with the highest take-up of fixed broadband services is Brighton and Hove, with an 80 per cent take-up rate, according to Ofcom's report.

    To see more maps showing how broadband coverage differs in the UK, click Broadband Britain mapped - the high-speed and the not-spots revealed.

    Image: Ofcom/Google/Tele Atlas

  • BT Red Phone Box Defibrillator

    Also making an appearance last month was a former BT Red Phone Box which has had a makeover after a community adopted the box under the telco's £1 adoption scheme.

    Instead of a phone, the kiosk now contains a defibrillator machine, pictured above, which the rural village of Lower Slaughter in Gloucestershire hopes could prove a lifesaver if a member of the community suffers a heart attack.

    For more on the new kiosk, see BT red phone boxes get heart-starting makeover.

    Photo: BT

  • Datacentre roof air conditioning

    silicon.com found more technology cropping up in interesting places in July. Interxion's City of London datacentre, nestled alongside curry houses and fabric merchants in the capital's famous Brick Lane, was recently extended. silicon.com got some behind-the-scenes pics showing how the facility fits in with its urban surroundings.

    Shown above is the datacentre's heat exchange units which help cool the facility. They're located on the roof of the datacentre and are protected from lightning strikes by the metal rods above.

    To take a tour of Interxion's City of London facility, check out The mantrapped datacentre in the heart of Brick Lane.

    Photo: Interxion

Topics: Apps, Software Development

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