Minister Matt Hancock: Fibre is the future and we need to step into the future now
This morning Minister of State for Digital and Culture, Matt Hancock, addressed the Broadband World Forum and also gave his view of what needs to be done in the UK to become better connected. It was a passionate speech with many reflection over what has been done but also very inspiring for the future to […]
Rala supports the Commission proposals towards a Gigabit Society
Fibre is the new electricity and there should be nobody left behind, one comment on todays newly presented legislative proposals of the European Commission revising Europe’s telecoms rulebook.
Building Gigabit Britain
INCA has published its Building Gigabit Britain report outlining the Government measures required to facilitate the wide-scale deployment of FTTP, the infrastructure essential to ensure the UK remains digitally competitive.
Life at home by Ikea
The report shows a clear trend where digital life meets physical life.
Rala welcomes the new FTTH Council Europe President
The FTTH Council Europe Board of Directors has appointed Ronan Kelly as new President and set out the work plan for the coming year, including a special focus on operators.
Vectoring puts Germany on the wrong side of progress
The focus on the divided digital agenda of Germany have put a lot of focus on the country's progress in broadband development. The resent debate triggers a lot of pressure on making the development transparent.
BT turns to fibre to rule out separation from Openreach
Today in the The Telegraph Gavin Patterson, BT’s chief executive, turns to fibre to rule out separation from Openreach.
Ofcom sees opportunities in FTTH
Ofcom has set out how it plans to improve telecoms quality and coverage, so that UK consumers and businesses receive the best possible phone and broadband services.
Rala to support the rollout of NGN networks in Germany
With more than 20 years experience in planning and supporting deployments of FTTB/H networks in Sweden Rala is now expanding its coverage to Germany and Austria.