ITS innovatively brings ultrafast connectivity to Bolesworth Estate

The Bloesworth Estate and Bolesworth Castle in Cheshire has suffered from lack of broadband services for a long time, overlooked by service providers for years. However, an innovative wireless network, partly funded by ITS Technology Group, which is a specialist company, has brought ultarafast broadband access to this country estate. To bring the high-speed service […]

Rollout of superfast broadband in Dartmoor, a game changer for the region

The rollout of superfast broadband across Dartmoor is being heralded as a game changer for National Park region. Community and business leaders of Devon and Somerset welcome the unveil of the Connecting Dartmoor and Exmoor (CDE) programme, across this region. Minister for State for Digital and Culture, Matt Hancock, unveiled the rollout. He said the […]

Gigabit Society of Europe needs to deploy multiple technologies

An independent report has concluded that to achieve the ‘Gigabit Society’ by 2025, as envisioned by the European Commission (EC), multiple technologies need to be deployed. To connect homes and businesses to an ultrafast broadband service, a rang of technologies would be needed, including, 5G, DOCSIS and FTTP. Communications Chambers, the media and telecoms […]

Swansea first to get new ultrafast broadband in Wales

When BT’s Opereach division rolls out ultrafast connections to thousands of properties in Swansea in Wales, following the trial of a new technology in May last year, the city will become the first area in Wales to benefit from the new ultrafast broadband roll-out. The new technology known as, has been tested in other […]

Free WiFi on Trains to deliver only 1Mbps Per Passenger, reveals Government

The Department of Transport for many years has been working on improving on-board connectivity and is rolling it out on trains on many of the busiest rail routes in UK. The aim is to deliver to all train travellers High-speed Mobile Broadband by 2019 and Wi-Fi by 2017-18. However, the effort has been criticised when […]

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