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  • Virgin Media to expand fibre network by 500,000
    Broadband Business Broadband Providers Broadband Guide Beginners Wireless Broadband Change Broadband Providers Broadband Speeds 24Mb Broadband ADSL2 50Mb Broadband 100Mb Broadband Broadband Broadband News Virgin Media to expand fibre network by 500 000 Virgin Media to expand fibre network by 500 000 13th May 2009 Virgin Media are set to increase their fibre optic cable network by half a million new homes in the next few years Virgin Media are set to expand their cable network with the addition of another 500 000 new homes over the next few years This year there is expected to be around 50 000 new home and businesses to be added This is the first large network expansion since the 1990 s of the cable network that currently covers around 12 5 million homes The extra additions are likely to be added to places where it is going to be financially viable to do so which most likely means close to areas that have existing coverage Again this news comes at a time when Virgin Media a are regularly coming out with latest break through news such as launching 50Mb broadband and also trialling 200Mb broadband With BT starting the roll out of a

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/news/130509-335 (2016-02-10)
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  • Fibre optic cable damage in East London stops broadband
    many customers in East London to lose their broadband connection The damage was caused by a third party operator and it could take a few days before the network becomes fully operational again due to it being 32 meters below street level The following is the communication that BT Openreach has sent out Openreach can confirm that following significant damage by a third party to cables in a deep underground tunnel on the afternoon of Saturday 4th April a large number of end users in parts of East London are currently experiencing a loss of service A third party contractor has caused significant damage to one of our deep underground tunnels resulting in the loss of service to a large number of end users in parts of East London Due to the nature of the damage which happened 32 meters below street level and the restricted access to the site it is not possible at this stage to provide an exact timeframe as to when service will be restored to all customers Because of the severity of the damage the tunnel is completely blocked and to restore the cables they will need to be brought up to the surface either

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/news/060409-317 (2016-02-10)
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  • Virgin to offer 150Mb fibre broadband
    50Mb Broadband 100Mb Broadband Broadband Broadband News Virgin to offer 150Mb fibre broadband Virgin to offer 150Mb fibre broadband 24th March 2009 Virgin Media are to be offering fibre broadband speeds of up to 150Mb before BT complete their own fibre optic network Virgin Media are set to offer fibre broadband speeds of up to 150Mb before BT completes it s own fibre optic cable network that will offer speeds of 40Mb With Virgin Media broadband currently being in the driving set when it comes to fibre broadband also known as cable broadband they are likely to make the most of their current position as much as they can while they are able to offer a service that currently other providers are not able to Only yesterday we reported how BT have chosen the first 29 locations that they will be deploying their Super Fast fibre network to which will be aiming to be offering around 40Mb broadband speeds and Virgin come along right away to divert all the Fibre Optic network talk back to them with this latest talk that they will be still offering much faster broadband speeds by the time BT finish their own roll out Neil

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/news/240309-311 (2016-02-10)
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  • BT's first Super-Fast fibre broadband locations announced
    s first Super Fast fibre broadband locations announced BT s first Super Fast fibre broadband locations announced 23rd March 2009 The 29 exchanges that are to receive BT s Super Fast fibre broadband have been announced which will benefit around 500 000 customers The locations that are to receive access to BT s super fast fibre broadband network first have been revealed they are Belfast Cardiff Edinburgh Glasgow London and Greater Manchester Also to receive it are two towns Calder Valley Taffs Well these locations will be used to help BT learn form deploying fibre optic cable in more rural areas The first phase of the roll out will benefit around 500 000 customers The investment in the super fast fibre broadband network is going to cost around 1 5 billion and is expected to run until 2012 when 40 10 million homes will have access to the new fibre broadband network BT are going to be installing FTTC Fibre To The Cabinet which will offer customers broadband speeds of around 40Mb The 29 exchanges that are first on the list are Chelmsford Essex Watford Hertfordshire Hemel Hempstead Hertfordshire Leagrave Bedfordshire Luton Bedfordshire Canonbury London Chingford London Edmonton London Enfield

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/news/230309-310 (2016-02-10)
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  • BBC to help fund fibre broadband
    Monthly Mobile Broadband MiFi Fibre Broadband Business Broadband Business Broadband Providers Broadband Guide Beginners Wireless Broadband Change Broadband Providers Broadband Speeds 24Mb Broadband ADSL2 50Mb Broadband 100Mb Broadband Broadband Broadband News BBC to help fund fibre broadband BBC to help fund fibre broadband 13th March 2009 The BBC may be called to help with the funding for fibre broadband to some areas of the UK Bringing high speed fibre optic broadband to the whole of the UK could fall in part to the BBC to help with funding for some of it The BBC iPlayer is hugely popular and as such means that the use of it uses up a large amount of bandwidth from broadband customers The former head of Ofcom has suggested that the BBC should help fund part of the roll out of fibre broadband to areas of the country that Virgin Media and BT are not going to cover Currently once BT have rolled out their high speed fibre broadband and coupled with Virgin Medias current network only around half of the UK will be covered and so the government will be looking at other ways of getting the rest of the country with coverage The

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/news/130309-309 (2016-02-10)
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  • BT to get the go-ahead for fibre optic broadband
    BT to get the go ahead for fibre optic broadband 2nd March 2009 Fibre optic broadband should be a step closer as BT and Ofcom are set to agree the plans for the roll out of the next generation high speed network Fibre Optic broadband should be a step closer this week as BT are set to get the go ahead from the telecommunications regulator Ofcom to build it s next generation high speed broadband network to serve over 10 million homes in the UK The talks between BT Ofcom have been ongoing as BT want to make sure that they are able to make a return on their 1 5bn investment in the fibre broadband that they will be installing to the cabinets FTTC It is thought that it is going to take around 3 years for BT to roll out the new next generation network which will also be made available for wholesale use to other broadband providers to use via BT Openreach it has been this point that BT have been wanting resolved to make sure that they are able to make sufficient profit for their hefty investment The UK only has one main cable broadband provider

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/news/020309-301 (2016-02-10)
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  • Fibre broadband company H20 Networks change name to i3 Group
    Broadband Pay as you Go Mobile Broadband Pay Monthly Mobile Broadband MiFi Fibre Broadband Business Broadband Business Broadband Providers Broadband Guide Beginners Wireless Broadband Change Broadband Providers Broadband Speeds 24Mb Broadband ADSL2 50Mb Broadband 100Mb Broadband Broadband Broadband News Fibre broadband company H20 Networks change name to i3 Group Fibre broadband company H20 Networks change name to i3 Group 30th January 2009 H20 Networks the company who are installing Fibre Optic in sewers are to change their name to i3 Group The company responsible for installing Fibre Optics in the sewers is changing its name from H20 Networks to i3 Group The i3 Group will then split into 5 more divisions for different parts of it s business Fibrecity Holdings H2O Networks Innovation Centre World Wide Distribution Centre and H2O International The Fibrecity part will continue with the installing of fibre optic cable in the sewers that will bring next generation fibre broadband to consumers with broadband speeds of up to 100Mb The launch of H20 International has been set up to work with partners abroad to help get super fast communications to places that no or very limited connectivity in place and also those that are in need of

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/news/300109-296 (2016-02-10)
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  • 100Mb Fibre broadband live in March
    of the new 100Mb fibre broadband in Bornemouth are set to go live at the end of March H20 Networks the company who are rolling out 100Mb fibre broadband in Bournemouth also known as Fibrecity have announced that by the 30th March this year the first 30 homes will be connected to the new super fast Fibre Broadband Residents and businesses have had since September to opt in and there

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/news/190109-293 (2016-02-10)
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