Posts Tagged 'broadband'

Universal broadband would mean unlocking a forty billion euro opportunity for European businesses

October 21, 2014

The results of the latest research conducted by Point Topic and Adroit Economics points to a Euro40bn opportunity for the SMEs in Europe by the end of the decade.  Extending work recently conducted for the European Commission BRESAT project has revealed significant potential for growth and productivity.

“Today broadband is …


Broadband now installed in more than seven hundred million homes worldwide

October 6, 2014

Broadband now installed in more than seven hundred million homes worldwide

The latest milestone in the relentless march of high speed internet access was passed at the end of June this year as the total number of households with a broadband line came to 700.2 million.

“Consumers love the bits …


Superfast altnets developing a long-term outlook

September 2, 2014

The UK’s alternative superfast network operator market looks buoyant with new investment flowing in from a variety of sources, and new relationships being built between network operators and service providers. These are the findings from a new report reviewing the past six months in country’s superfast broadband sector.

“There is


BT and BDUK push bandwidth deeper into the UK

May 14, 2014

The South East of England has been the recipient of most broadband advances in the UK since the late 90′s. A densely populated area with plenty of disposable income this has been a logical choice for all operators seeking to maximise their return on investment.

The advent of a digital …


Britain a leader in superfast broadband coverage

March 12, 2014

Three out of every four homes in Britain can now get fixed broadband services at superfast speeds if they choose.  Contrary to frequent jibes(1) that the UK is backward in developing next-generation broadband services, this is one of the highest proportions for any major country in Europe.

Superfast or …