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Within six years, 90 percent of UK premises will have access to super-fast fibre broadband, according to BT chief Ian Livingston, who promised speeds of up to 100Mbps
But only very select few can get it...
BT has started rolling out its 100Mbps broadband services to ten exchanges across the UK.The service, marketed as BT Infinity option three, will give subscribers up to 100Mbps download speeds with up to 15Mbps upload.
Internet service provider KC is launching a six-month trial of super-fast fibre-to-the-home broadband in Woodmansey, East Yorkshire.The service will give residents up to 100Mbps broadband via fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) or fibre-to-the-kerb (FTTK) connections, KC said on Friday.
A scheme to install a fibre-to-the-home network in Bournemouth, which was initially meant to run via sewers, is up and running again after managers bought out Fibrecity and set up CityFibre
Speed boost on the cards for BT's fibre customers...
PlusNet's trial of fibre-to-the-cabinet technology has produced average real-world download speeds of 30Mbps, the company has said.In a blog post inviting more people to join the super-fast broadband trial before it ends "soon", the BT-owned ISP said ADSL customers who signed up to the trial before 25 January could get FTTC broadband at the same price "for as long as they like".
Now for anyone who hasn't yet got a decent ADSL Broadband connection, you be glad to know (or maybe not) that if you exchange has more than a 1000 residents, you can now register your interest for converting your town from ADSL to FTTP/FTTC (Fibre to the premises/Fibre to the cab)To register your interest goto the BT Website: http://www.racetoinfinity.
Internode has decided to slash the prices for its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) plans, bringing a more affordable price to the 100Mbps speed bracket.
Highams Park in north-east London will be the first existing residential area to benefit from BT's fibre-to-the-home pilot
Telstra's 21Mbps Next-G boost and Internode's new 100Mbps FttH networks may be both companies' show ponies, but when it comes to helping most of us, their need-for-speed posturing is just a box-and-dice distraction that we've all seen before.
The first homes to be connected to the 100Mbps Fibrecity network currently being built in Bournemouth will be hooked up by the end of March
A project testing fibre to the home (FTTH) broadband technology in Tasmania is finally close to connecting trial customers, after suffering delays in the last 21 months since it was first announced. Dubbed the Tasmanian Collaborative Optical Leading Testbed (TasCOLT), the trial is a partnership between government and industry that will see broadband at speeds of up to 100Mbps provided to 1,000 business and residential addresses in Hobart.
The launch of a commercial trial of a new optical fibre to the home (FTTH) service in Tasmania is likely to take place in the closing months of this year, some 12 months after an initial date specified by the state's government. Dubbed the Tasmanian Collaborative Optical Leading Testbed (TasCOLT), the trial is a partnership between government and industry that will see broadband at speeds of up to 100Mbps provided to 1,000 addresses in Hobart.
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