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In this guest blog by Cloud4Wi's Jeff Abramowitz, we explore the need to balance public Wi-Fi network installations with advanced security measures to protect users. Connecting to the internet in ...
With BT Wholesale having announced that from 2020 you will no longer be able to purchase integrated services digital network (ISDN) and public switched telephone network (PSTN) circuits as it ...
Last month, European Commission (EC) president Jean-Claude Juncker laid out three key objectives for a new telecoms framework, to be met by 2025. These are: to give schools, universities, research ...
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For many consumers, a Wi-Fi router is no more than an ugly but necessary evil to ensure they have untethered access to the internet on all of their devices, says XCellAir co-founder Todd Mersch. ...
G-PON as we know it today is rapidly approaching the end of the growth phase in its technology lifecycle, writes Adtran's Ronan Kelly. There is a surge in gigabit broadband service offerings that ...
In the wake of last week's vote to leave the European Union (EU), if we are indeed going to invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty later in the year - and despite the lingering hope that there ...
The political momentum behind the connected future enabled by the internet of things (IoT) is clear, writes Jonathan Hewett of Octo Telematics. Increasingly we see insurance positioned at the ...
The recent announcement that UK regulator Ofcom plans to make additional spectrum available for Wi-Fi is great news for consumers, writes DeviceScape's Dave Fraser. Because Wi-Fi operates in ...
This morning I came close to running a story that would have claimed the government had u-turned on a pledge to provide superfast - 24Mbps and above - broadband to every home in the country by ...
Ronan Kelly at Adtran argues that the evidence against BT simply doesn't stack up
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One of the hardest things about infrastructure planning in our web-enabled world is estimating capacity needs, says Nominet's Chris Griffiths
Stand easy, though the idea is intriguing, nobody is going to be nationalising Openreach any time soon.
The British Infrastructure Group's report was rushed, it was fudged, it poorly presents good arguments, and ultimately it damages the case for an independent Openreach.
Last Friday, just after 5 o'clock in the afternoon, the government published a series of responses to a number of European Commission (EC) consultations around the Digital Single Market.Personally, ...
Few people seem to remember it now, but back in 1998, Bowie did indeed set up his very own ISP, BowieNet