CityFibre acquires FibreNation, increases full fibre target to 8m premises

CityFibre is aiming to reach eight million premises with full fibre broadband following the acquisition of FibreNation from TalkTalk.

Rural broadband services 'not progressing', NFU warns

Four in ten farm businesses still do not have adequate broadband, a new survey from the NFU finds.

Ofcom unveils proposals to "supercharge" Britain's broadband

A four-point plan to boost the development of full fibre broadband networks has been published by Ofcom.

Key ways cities are getting smarter - and how the right infrastructure is essential

How will strong infrastructure be essential in supporting the next generation of smart cities?

Cabling bandwidth: What do you need to know?

What is bandwidth in relation to cabling specifications and what should you be looking for when choosing cables?

1.4m extra homes added to full fibre networks, Ofcom report finds

New figures from Ofcom reveal around 1.4 million homes were connected to full fibre networks in the last 12 months.

Why there's still a place for copper in tomorrow's networks

Are you considering fibre-only networks for future deployments? Here's why copper should still be on your radar.

One in three UK constituencies still suffering from poor connectivity

Which? has urged the new government to make improving digital connectivity a key priority after finding one in three constituencies suffer from poor broadband and mobile services.

Getting data centre design right with a future-ready mindset

What do data centre designers have to do to ensure their structured cabling is fit for the future?

UK's slowest connectivity locations revealed

Kingsclere in York has been named as the UK's slowest street for broadband, with average speeds of just 0.22Mbps.