For the first time, UK cable connections were faster than fibre connections, though not by much. However, ADSL2 speeds have increased, while the speed gap between urban and rural users has narrowed.
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Ofcom's faster line repair ruling is full of good intentions, but will Openreach rise to the challenge?
Telstra has released what it claims is the first mobile broadband device in the Australian market to feature the LTE-Advanced category 6 technology.
Geographical expansion backed up with improved performance in high-demand areas such as airports and sporting venues, Vodafone says.
The astounding sales of the Raspberry Pi was just one of the UK's success stories this year.
Two billion favour APT 700 plan for digital dividend spectrum, but US chooses 'suboptimal' path, says regulator.
We take Vodafone's new 4G (LTE) network for a test-drive using Sony's 10.1-inch Xperia Tablet Z.
In less than a month, Indonesia will host this year's APEC Summit. Find out how over 25,000 high-profile attendees will enjoy ICT services provided by local telcos during the mega global gathering.
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While the West goes about the expensive process of replacing old systems with new ones, Africa is skipping straight to the latest technology.
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LTE provides consumers with a broadband-like mobile experience, and operators with increased network efficiency. So why isn’t it more widespread? Because there are still a few more speed bumps on the road.
As part of our series of articles examining the 4G LTE landscape across Europe, ZDNet takes a look at how the UK's fourth-generation services are measuring up.
The UK's first 4G LTE network now covers 45 percent of the population, thanks to increased investment in the next-generation broadband service.
In the first of a series of articles examining the 4G LTE landscape across Europe, ZDNet takes a look at how Poland's fourth-generation services are measuring up.
Competitors to the UK mobile operator EE will be able to start rolling out 4G services by mid-year, with Ofcom to kick off the spectrum auction bidding process this week.
4G LTE has arrived in the UK - but unless prices fall, the service will never become a replacement for fixed-line broadband or a stop-gap measure to help solve the rural broadband crisis.
Ofcom has launched a consultation on the use of white-space that could see the reuse of TV spectrum to provide connectivity for a range of uses and devices before the end of next year.
Operator EE, the only large-scale 4G service provider in the UK, has finally started offering would-be customers SIM-only data plans that don't include a handset upfront, lowering the cost to get on 4G.
Having consulted on the matter, the regulator is now making its first tentative steps in preparing for yet another digital switchover. This time, however, moving digital TV views over to new spectrum should be a much easier task.
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.
The operator's LTE services have been turned on in 11 major cities, and EE has also started selling fibre-based super-fast fixed broadband across the country.
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