Posts Tagged 'Superfast'

The timing is right for satellite broadband in the UK and Europe

July 16, 2013

Press release – The timing is right for satellite broadband in Europe

Broadband targets depend on space based systems.

The European Union’s Digital Agenda calls for every citizen and business to have access to broadband that provides at least 2 megabits per second by 2013.

Today that’s largely possible.  In …

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Superfast takes over in the UK as broadband subscribers grow.

July 4, 2013

Superfast takes over as broadband subscribers grow;
Demand for higher bandwidths is spreading through the UK and driving take-up of top tier tariffs

Superfast broadband services delivering 30 megabits a second or more now account for 20% of the consumer market in the UK.

“Virgin Media has had the most

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Demand for speed helps UK broadband grow and quashes talk of a double-dip recession

December 14, 2011

Point Topic’s latest statistics predict over one million superfast lines by year end

British consumers are gaining an appetite for superfast broadband services, says leading analyst firm, Point Topic. This latest research reveals that the UK broadband market has shrugged off talk of a double-dip recession, to deliver its best …

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Second wave of altnets enter UK superfast broadband race

November 14, 2011

Point Topic’s latest survey highlights new players

A raft of new names have entered the UK’s superfast broadband arena focused on building alternative fibre-based networks, according to leading analyst firm Point Topic. This makes encouraging news as the promoters of new superfast networks gather for this week’s NextGen 11 conference …

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Superfast broadband for 60% of UK customers by 2016

November 1, 2011

Point Topic publishes optimistic forecasts for superfast broadband

Leading broadband analyst firm, Point Topic, predicts there will be over 10.5 million superfast broadband lines in Britain within the next five years. With another 4.6 million cable broadband connections this means that almost 60% of broadband customers – and more than …

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