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RAF Northolt gets superfast Wi-Fi via BT

July 30th, 2014 by admin
BT has brought superfast Wi-Fi to RAF Northolt’s armed forces personnel. This high-speed network of Wi-Fi for London’s military base, RAF Northolt, makes it easier for the armed forces members to be in touch with family and friends. Installation of around 500 numbers of wireless access points has taken place throughout the site, which is home for 2,000 civilian and military personnel. Work-related connectivity of internet is available totally free, while, the personal usages would be free on... Read More»

Hampshire Superfast Broadband upgrade to benefit 11,000 additional premises

July 29th, 2014 by admin
Hampshire Council revealed that as part of its Superfast Broadband Programme upgrade , more rural parts will benefit from the phase 3 extended roll-out. 11,000 more premises will be able to access superfast broadband in rural parts of Basingstoke, East Hampshire, New Forest and Romsey. Much faster internet speeds will benefit areas in Tisted, Alton, Headley Down, Liphook, Sway, Brokenhurst, Milford-on-Sea, Lymington, Lockerly, Selbourne and Herriard. The FTTC broadband network is open to all ISP... Read More»

EE introduces mobile data bundle for UK's pop-up retailers

July 28th, 2014 by admin
EE, the largest mobile network in the country, has a new business product specifically aimed at the fast growing business segment of pop-up retailers. A customer opting for this solution will be offered a 4G data connection, for as less as 30 days. So if there is not time to get wired up for the fixed line, urgently needed for a temporary premises, customers can take this bundle, which is being offered as part of the Pop-Up UK campaign. A study conducted by EE in association with Centre of Econo... Read More»

Ofcom envisions growth plans for Internet of Things

July 27th, 2014 by admin
Ofcom is in search of inputs and feedbacks for finding out ways to harness the potential offered by Internet of Things. The telecoms regulator has already launched a call towards seeking suitable industry inputs as part of its strategy towards bolstering investment as well as innovation in technologies that are related to the IoT, Internet of Things. By this, Ofcom hopes to gain a better understanding of the new developments that take place in the field, while being suited better to support the ... Read More»

Vodafone’s 3G coverage for UK’s remote and rural areas

July 26th, 2014 by admin
Vodafone has announced its plans for rolling out 3G coverage for UK’s remote areas. The telecom giant has embarked on this new project for bringing 3G connectivity to those rural and remote communities in UK that struggle towards accessing mobile data networks. This scheme, termed ‘Sure Signal’, makes use of femtocell technology which involves the installation of small base stations as well as masts right in the centre of villages and towns for creating 3G hotspots. Till date, Vodafone has... Read More»

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