Superfast North Yorkshire celebrates reaching of milestone

Superfast North Yorkshire celebrated a milestone, which is the completion of the first phase of their superfast broadband rollout programme. With a ceremonial ‘switching-on’ of a fibre broadband street cabinet in Masham, a market town near Harrogate, the members of Superfast North Yorkshire (SFNY) marked the bringing of access to 150,000 premises by the project. […]

Connection Voucher scheme extended outside cities further

The government’s Connection Voucher Scheme originally was taken only by businesses that operated within the approved city boundaries. The scheme offered grants worth up to £3,000 to SMEs and smaller businesses to obtain or upgrade to a superfast broadband connection. Over the past few months, the various related schemes have extended their availability to outside […]

Superfast broadband roll-out to Somerton and Langport planned by summer

Connecting Devon and Somerset (CDS) along with Somerset County Council, is working with BT to upgrade broadband access speeds across the areas of Somerton and Langport. These areas could be enjoying superfast broadband speeds by summer. The aim of CDS is to reach 90% of all premises across the two counties with high-speed broadband, by […]

Bournemouth to get 10Gbps fibre by C4L business ISP

The Internet Service Provider C4L announced that the deployment of a new 10Gbps capable network has been started in Bournemouth. Apparently the new hyperfast fibre-optic network covering the large seaside town of Borunemouth in Dorset, will benefit businesses here greatly. In fact, the new network is reaching the centre of Bournemouth from C4L’s Westbourne datacentre, […]

BT’s trial of G.fast technology to benefit 100 businesses in Swansea

BT the UK telecoms giant is all set to start a trial of their G.fast (ITU G.9701) broadband technology in the city of Swansea in Wales. The provider also said it would benefit 100 businesses in Swansea as it runs on lines capable of 500Mbps during this summer. This trial, unlike the Huntingdon and Gosforth […]

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