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Research: UK £9bn superfast broadband boost

Local businesses in areas covered by the UK Government’s rollout of superfast broadband have seen a combined £9 billion (€10.05bn) increase in turnover since the boost to their broadband speed,…

US outpacing Europe in key broadband metrics

Average broadband usage in Europe is growing at a significantly slower pace than in the US, according to year-over-year comparisons of Q2 2018 data by OpenVault, a leading provider of…

Cruise ships demanding high satellite bandwidth

It cannot be denied that if you put three or four thousand passengers, and a near-similar number of crew, aboard a cruise ship they are going to want connectivity. A…

US cord cutting slows; DTH loses record customers

US cord cutting slows; DTH loses record customers

The pressure on traditional multichannel subscriptions abated in the second quarter – a positive direction that is further supported by the forwarded momentum of virtual services Sling TV and DirecTV NOW,…

Verizon 5G home service coming to Indianapolis

Verizon 5G home service coming to Indianapolis

Verizon has announced Indianapolis as the fourth city scheduled to receive 5G residential broadband service in the second half of 2018. The company previously said it would launch 5G in…

Study: Piracy holds back pay-TV in Asia-Pacific

Despite growth in the number of pay-TV homes in the Asia-Pacific region, challenging economic conditions, an increase in competition and rampant piracy continue to pressure the ability of pay-TV operators…

Gracenote boost for mobile video analytics

Gracenote boost for mobile video analytics

Gracenote, a Nielsen company, has announced a new Mobile Video Analytics solution aimed at providing visibility into the quality and performance of the most popular mobile video streaming applications. The…

7,000 smaller satellites planned for next 10 years

A study from Paris-based Euroconsult says there is a significant expansion underway in the ‘smallsat’ market, both in terms of demand and systems’ capabilities. About 7,000 smallsats are due to…

Swisscom TV reaches 1.5m customers

At CHF 5.8 billion (€5.1bn), Swisscom’s net revenue for the first half of 2018 was above the previous year’s level (+ 2. per cent). Revenue in the Swiss core business,…

Gogo making progress on In Flight usage

In Flight Entertainment (IFE) business Gogo says it has a near-$1 billion of contracts waiting to be fulfilled, and which stretch over the next 10 years. The contracts cover installations…

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