Netflix and Comcast have signed an important and vital agreement. According to this bond Netflix will pay for unlimited access to Comcast’s broadband network.
Feb 24 2014, 8:00am CST
Source: Ars Technica
Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles.
A startup has told Los Angeles city officials that it wants to build a citywide fiber-to-the-home broadband network and that it also hopes to build nationwide Wi-Fi and cellular networks.
The proposal sounds unlikely to succeed, but it's certainly ambitious. It comes in response to a Los Angeles city government request for information (RFI) rega ...
Full article at: Ars Technica
1 day ago, 1:28pm CDT
AT&T just issued tons of press releases announcing their investments in their network this year.
Sep 9 2010, 6:59am CDT
The Coalition Government’s revised fibre to the node plan for the National Broadband Network has altered the operating environment for industry players. For this reason, industry research firm IBISWorld has updated its report on the Fibre Optic Cable Installation industry in Australia.(PRWeb July 13, 2014)Read the full story at http: ...
Full article at: PRWeb
Jul 13 2014, 3:18pm CDT
Source: AME Info
A measured approach to rolling out the infrastructure for Oman’s advanced broadband network is part of a wider policy of managed development towards becoming a knowledge-based economy. Oman continues to perform strongly in studies into IT penetration and usage, with a recent report issued by the World Economic Forum ...
Full article at: AME Info
Jul 3 2014, 4:54am CDT
Source: Tech Radar
Vodafone has been selected by ESB (Electricity Supply Board), one of Ireland's biggest utility companies, to work on a joint venture that will build a 100% fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) broadband network in Ireland.Once the scheme is completed by the end of 2018, up to 500,000 homes and businesses spread over 26 counties and 50 towns will be able to access the web at speeds of up to 1Gbps, putting it on par with countri ...
Full article at: Tech Radar
Jul 2 2014, 11:00am CDT
Source: Salt Lake Tribune
West Valley City • Only six of UTOPIA’s 11 member cities voted Monday to continue toward possibly contracting with a would-be savior to finish its troubled high-speed, fiber-optic broadband network in a quick 30 months and finally put it on solid financial footing.
So Australia-based Macquarie Investments now will continue detailed studies on taking over and completing UTOPIA broadband in just those six cities: West Valley City, Layton, Midvale, Brigham City, Perry and Tremonton.
Full article at: Salt Lake Tribune
Jun 30 2014, 4:23pm CDT
Most femtocells are able to cover about 5000 square feet of home or office. If you get into a space that is larger than...
Jul 8 2010, 11:11am CDT