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Survey: 69% network operators report growth

Respondents to the Broadband World Forum Survey are optimistic despite an industry undergoing rapid change. Some 69 per cent reported positive growth with 19 per cent reporting business had “rocketed”…

Broadpeak, Inca, Espial IP video delivery for HBC

Broadpeak and Inca Networks, a specialist in intelligent video delivery, have partnered to provide Minnesota-based ISP Hiawatha Broadband Communications (HBC) with a reliable and scalable IP video delivery solution. The…

Study: Billing overlooked in digital transformation

A survey commissioned by BriteBill, a provider of billing and communications software for utilities, communications and media providers, has revealed that although service providers are moving at record pace to…

Saudi Arabia, Kuwait fall in Netflix ISP Speed Index

Netflix has released September data from its ISP Speed Index, a monthly update on which Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide the best primetime Netflix streaming experience. Indonesia’s GlobalXtreme enjoyed the…

US trade groups challenge California’s Internet Bill

US trade groups challenge California’s Internet Bill

US trade bodies CTIA, USTelecom, NCTA and ACA – representing America’s broadband providers – have filed a joint lawsuit in federal court challenging the State of California’s Internet Bill (SB…

Netherlands: Ziggo, KPN customers pay most for triple play

Netherlands: Ziggo, KPN customers pay most for triple play

Over a third of the Dutch households that are triple play customers at Ziggo (35 per cent) and KPN (34 per cent) spent more than €70 per month on their…

Internet Society, Facebook boost for Africa Internet connectivity

Internet Society, Facebook boost for Africa Internet connectivity

The Internet Society, a global non-profit organisation dedicated to the open development, evolution and use of the Internet, is partnering with Facebook to develop Internet Exchange Points (IXP) throughout Africa.…

Report: Telco revenue to pass DTH

A major report from Paris-based Euroconsult says that the satellite industry will see revenues shift more towards telco and data-based traffic and revenues, and away from video and DTH income.…

BBC R&D solves iPlayer World Cup ‘lag’

BBC R&D solves iPlayer World Cup ‘lag’

Football fans have reason to cheer – BBC Research & Development (R&D) has managed to solve the problem of delays when people watch live Internet streams rather than a TV…

Vodafone “misleading” broadband ads banned

Vodafone “misleading” broadband ads banned

Commercials for Vodafone broadband have been banned for misleading customers over speeds and potential reductions intheir bills. The TV and radio ads, featuring Hollywood actor Martin Freeman, stated: “Vodafone guarantee…

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