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Ofcom demands better business services from BT

Ofcom has put forward strict new rules to improve BT’s performance in installing high-speed business lines and significantly reduce the wholesale prices BT charges for these lines. The plans are…

Who’s up in the Netflix ISP Speed Index?

Who’s up in the Netflix ISP Speed Index?

Netflix has released February data from its ISP Speed Index. The Index is a measure of prime time Netflix performance on a particular ISP and not necessarily a measure of…

Analyst: New players drive UK broadband connections

A report on the outlook for the UK telecommunications sector from global source of critical information and insight IHS suggests that new players in the high-speed broadband market will boost…

Analyst: Quad-play no longer guarantees success

According to research and consultancy firm Ampere Analysis, the market for triple-play bundling is reaching saturation point. In mature markets such as North America and Europe the average communications subscription…

Satellite Internet boosted by BDUK project

Satellite Internet, a specialist satellite ISP, is seeing a growing level of interest in the supplementary element of BDUK’s Basic Broadband For All scheme which aims to provide affordable broadband…

Ofcom: BT must open up network

Ofcom: BT must open up network

Calls by industry competitors for BT’s network subsidiary Openreach to be spun off have been resisted, but UK comms regulator Ofcom has decided it is necessary to overhaul Openreach’s governance…

Sky calls for broadband ‘quick fix’

With UK comms regulator Ofcom set to announce the conclusions to its Digital Communications Review later in the week, UK multi-play operator Sky has renewed its call for the watchdog…

IHS: 3rd-party Netflix benefits pay-TV operators

IHS: 3rd-party Netflix benefits pay-TV operators

Integrating Netflix into traditional pay-TV has had a net positive impact on operator KPIs, according to a survey of service providers conducted by IHS. The SVoD offering has generally been…

Report: FTTH solutions available now

Britain is ignoring true FTTH solutions which are available now without going through BT, according to a report from Anglo-Italian cable manufacturer and global supplier Tratos. The Report – Britain’s…

Coalition files anti-Mega Cable submission

Following two meetings held with the Federal Communications Commission on February 5th, the Stop Mega Cable Coalition – a diverse group of public interest groups, media and telecommunications businesses, programmers,…