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iCableBT Free

Free version of dimensioning cables application, according to NF C 15-100: section, current rating, voltage drop, ... Calculations...

October 4, 2013 by Trace Software

iCableBT

Dimensioning cables according to NF C 15-100: section, current rating, voltage drop, ... Calculations are made based on the type of...

October 4, 2013 by Trace Software

Cable thieves kill broadband in Surrey neighbourhood

Cable thieves knocked out phone and broadband connectivity for thousands of businesses and homes in the Byfleet area of Surrey on Thursday.Described by BT as "a significant attack" and reported by thinkbroadband as involving a chainsaw and affecting 4,000 premises, the theft took place in the early hours of Thursday morning.

July 22, 2011 by

Openreach reveals pole and duct sharing costs

Openreach — a division of BT that deals with its infrastructure — has drafted pricing proposals for companies wanting to share its telegraph pole and cable duct infrastructure to deliver cable broadband to customers.The proposal, which BT stresses is still in its initial phase, is the product of industry engagement and sets out pricing for third-party access to BT Openreach's pole and duct infrastructure.

January 18, 2011 by

North Lincs village hit by BT copper cable theft

Hundreds of meters of copper cable were stolen in the North Lincolnshire village of Winteringham earlier this month, BT has said.According to the telco, the theft of more than 330 meters of copper occurred late on the evening of 15 September, and phone and broadband services were restored to local residents within two days.

September 24, 2010 by

Rupert Goodwins' Diary

Tuesday 21/09/2004To the Royal Society of Art on the Strand, where I'm chairing a public round-table discussion on Telecoms Leadership. A selection of senior bods (and one bodesse) from companies like BT, Cable and Wireless and Motorola are paraded before the attendees, and I attempt to steer the discussion into areas that I hope the audience will find interesting.

September 24, 2004 by

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