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Connecting to New Zealand's new Ultra-Fast Broadband network has become cheaper with fixed-price contracts.
Queensland-based specialist Universal Communications Group to manage complex Ultrafast Broadband connections to apartment buildings in New Zealand.
An innovative fibre rollout ends two months ahead of schedule in New Zealand's north.
A Johannesburg fibre to the home (FTTH) pilot is thought to be the fastest on the continent.
New Zealand network operator reports a tranche of cost cutting measures is likely to be implemented in July.
The FTTH Conference & Expo is the largest event of the year for the North American FTTH industry, and will be held September 30 October...
Both SFR and Free have brought in higher-speed fibre connectivity for customers, and added VDSL offerings alongside.
As the company builds out its network coverage and introduces new products, its head of technology reveals it's got international expansion plans.
The FTTH Council Asia Pacific app is designed specifically for attendees of one of the many FTTH Council Asia Pacific events held all...
Swisscom is piloting the higher-speed broadband over the next two months ahead of a rollout to all FTTH customers, and is also planning to deploy vectoring over 800,000 lines.
Faster fixed line and mobile broadband are on the menu in Spain as rivals team up to begin work on new infrastructure.
Fibre to the home connections are on the up as Norway looks to smooth the path for ISPs to lay more cable.
The British government is spending £42.6 billion on a new west-coast railway line when it could spend the same amount or perhaps less on providing the whole nation with superfast broadband with Fibre-to-the-home (FTTH).
The telco now has FTTC and FTTH plans for tens of Italian cities and million of premises.
MVNOs now account for one in 10 mobile subscription in Spain, while FTTH is also seeing increased uptake.
Vodafone and Orange are teaming up to take fibre to six million Spanish premises by 2017.
French president François Hollande wants very high-speed broadband to reach every household in the country by 2023 - a plan that will need private as well as public investment.
The Coalition has been berating journalists for not looking at overseas plans for nationwide broadband networks — but now that the world’s most populous country has committed to FttH, what are we now to believe?
Slow broadband in rural areas is often a fact of life for local inhabitants that has to be endured until one of the big telecoms operators decides it's economically viable to extend their network. It's not easy, but not-for-profit grassroots community projects can provide an economically viable alternative.
Difficulties at broadband incumbent Telkom and a lack of capacity at the Department of Communications are prompting the private sector to cast doubt on whether the South African government’s plans for greater intervention in the country’s broadband market will succeed.
Just because a series of words is said or written in order, doesn't mean they convey the whole truth of the situation.
The mobile operator said it will deliver super-fast data services in the UK and nine other EU countries by 2015, part of a series of Digital Agenda-related promises it has made to the European Commission
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