A government intervention in the long-running saga reportedly could prevent a single broadband infrastructure.
Telecom Minister Petra De Sutter said about 138,000 households are still unable to access high speed broadband.
The UK's largest operator confirmed its intention after a newspaper report.
Michael Armitage, CEO of Broadway Partners, the UK alternative fibre provider, tells Annie Turner there are no excuses for not being ambitious enough.
BT’s access unit picks STL to provide optical cable solutions, integration services and faster installation for its new network.
The new concern is expected to roll out fibre to 1 million homes and businesses by 2025.
The second phase plus extensions to first-phase builds “will cover almost a third of the UK market” – and be largely done by 2025.
The alternative fibre network provider, CityFibre, has appointed UBS and Rothschild to identify a new investor to support its £4 billion investment programme.
The operator and insurance giant plan to deploy fibre to 2.2 million German homes.
Point Topic comments on Ofcom’s wholesale fixed broadband market reviews since 2018 and how they have changed the landscape.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer announced an Infrastructure Bank in his budget speech yesterday – but it’s too early to celebrate.
Jan du Plessis is to leave after fewer than four years in the job.
The Italian incumbent makes progress in closing the digital divide and with FiberCop.
The resale agreement follows recent similar deals with Vodafone and Telefónica.
BT's wholesale unit has live subscribers on the ADTRAN SDX series fibre access and Mosaic Cloud network automation platforms.
The vendor is to deliver greater capacity and automation to support residential broadband and applications like Industry 4.0.
The same ONF-developed technology is at the core of Deutsche Telekom’s Access 4.0 platform.
The operator is hoping to attract investors to share the cost of FTTH to underserved areas.
The operator plans to sell part of the fixed fibre assets in its home market to a consortium.
Nigel King, CTO Cambium Networks, explains the possibilities of wireless coverage for those at the wrong side of the digital divide.
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