As BT gets going on a project to digitise half a million pictures from its archives, ZDNet UK has selected some already online that illustrate the ups and downs of the UK communications over the years
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A large part of global communications depends on vast networks of undersea cables, which have been around for about 150 years
The cable ISP will trial fibre broadband delivered via telegraph poles, with a view to extending its superfast network coverage to new areas
Communications minister Lord Carter, who is preparing the extensive Digital Britain report, has said that much of the country is unlikely to get high-speed, next-generation broadband.Carter told the Telegraph on Monday that there will "certainly be 25-30 per cent of the country where there will be no economic case for building a next generation fixed network".