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Ofcom sets out Openreach delivery measures

Ofcom sets out Openreach delivery measures

UK comms regulator Ofcom has announced how infrastructure unit Openreach will be held to account, as it becomes legally separate from BT, to ensure it delivers for phone and broadband…

Report: APAC online video market $46bn by 2022

Online video consumption and broadband distribution continues to grow rapidly across Asia Pacific with content monetisation models steadily evolving, according to a new report, Asia Pacific Online Video & Broadband…

Google builds London cloud data centre

Google builds London cloud data centre

Google has built a London data centre for the cloud computing services it rents to third parties.  The facility is its second in Europe, after Brussels, and will provide faster…

LatAm: Fibre reached 10% of broadband connections in Q1

According to research conducted by Dataxis, fixed broadband connections for Latin America in the first quarter of 2017 reached 68.11 million. The market recorded an increase of 5.9 per cent…

Microsoft plans ‘White Space’ broadband strategy

Microsoft plans ‘White Space’ broadband strategy

Brad Smith, Microsoft’s President and Chief Legal Officer, has announced a strategy utilising so-called TV White Spaces spectrum – unused spectrum in the UHF television bands in the 600 MHz…

Internet giants protest ‘net neutrality’ roll back

A number of established US Internet giants have joined a protest against plans to roll back rules protecting ‘net neutrality’. Today (July 12th), the companies’ respective websites will display a…

In-flight WiFi on most commercial aircraft by 2022

A report from Juniper Research has forecast that commercial aircraft adopting in-flight Wi-Fi services will reach 14,419 globally by 2022, up from an estimated 5,243 in 2017. This will mean…

Ofcom sets rules for mobile spectrum auction

Ofcom sets rules for mobile spectrum auction

Ofcom has revealed how airwaves will be released to meet the growing demand for mobile broadband, including new measures to safeguard competition. People and businesses increasingly need reliable, high-speed mobile…

Netflix Speed Index sees new Spain leader

Netflix Speed Index sees new Spain leader

Netlfix has released June data from its ISP Speed Index, a monthly update on which Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide the best prime-time Netflix streaming experience. Indonesia’s MyRepublic experienced a…

Major step forward for digitalisation in Africa

Multinational telecommunications company, Angola Cables, has announced that construction has begun on its South American data centre, located in Fortaleza, Brazil. The data centre is an important next step in…