Wind Tre has extended a partnership with Open Fiber that will see it offer fibre to the home (FTTH) to 60 percent of the Italian population.
TIM is set to use the infrastructure of utilities companies to help it roll out fibre broadband in Italy.
Vodafone is set to splash around €2 billion on rolling out FTTH and accelerating the speed at which it is upgrading its cable network in Germany.
The number of G.Fast products certified by the Broadband Forum has grown over the summer, with 24 solutions now making the grade.
Deutsche Telekom has added new hit shows to its TV offering, after signing deals with major content companies, and introduced new customer service features and targeted offerings.
Six areas of the UK are set to get FTTH broadband thanks to a new government-backed investment programme.
Matthew Evans is CEO of the Broadband Stakeholder Group, an advisory group to the UK government. He discusses fibre technology and deployment, plus the impact of Brexit
By Karim Taga, Glen Peres and Richard Swinford, Arthur D. Little
Revenue growth from telecoms services slowed in the UK last year, as declining wholesale sales offset rising demand for faster broadband.
UK fibre company Hyperoptic has won a further £100 million (€111 million) in funding as it looks to accelerate and broaden its network roll-out.
BT has proposed to provide universal broadband across the UK by 2020 in an attempt to stave off further regulation.
Niek Jan van Damme has quit as Managing Director of Telekom Deutschland and will leave at the end of the year.
Clive Selley has said 10 million UK premises could access pure fibre technology by the mid-2020s if “the right conditions” prevail.
Deutsche Telekom has signed a deal with German utility and telecoms company EWE that will see the two broadband providers sharing their VDSL networks in northwest Germany.
Ofcom has set up a dedicated team to monitor the legal separation of BT and Openreach, as the UK’s largest provider of broadband infrastructure looks to begin life as a more independent company.
The BT name is beginning to disappear from the Openreach logo as the company continues its move towards being a legally separate entity from its parent.
CityFibre hopes to net around £200 million from a new funding round as it looks to deploy FTTH to premises in up to 10 UK cities.
Lyndsey Burton, Founder of price comparison site Choose.co.uk
The CEO of the UK’s rural-focused fibre broadband provider discusses rollout targets, regulation and Brexit
The Polish government is set to award Nokia and Infracapital with a contract to build and operate a fibre broadband network.
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