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South Wales telecom firm in recruitment drive and office expansion ahead of copper telephone line switch off

A Cardiff-based telecommunications firm has expanded its team and taken on additional office space to accommodate the increasing demand for services in the run-up to the switch off of traditional copper telephone lines. Experienced sales account manager, John Cutter, joins…


World Broadband Association (WBBA) launches inaugural Broadband and Cloud Development Index at Network X, tracking and benchmarking global broadband and cloud penetration

US and China lead rankings, but achieve leadership in different ways Germany lags behind, ranking 14th for broadband, with just 6% FTTH broadband penetration Broadband Development Congress sees keynotes from leading global organisations such as the World Economic Forum and…

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Broadband Provider Hyperoptic begins charity partnerships to support young people through volunteering, fundraising and mentoring

Hyperoptic has begun a four-year patronship The Prince’s Trust in the UK, and a partnership with SOS Children’s Villages in Serbia – committing to help young people in its two home countries. The relationships will be focused on volunteering, fundraising…


CityFibre Lays Enough Full Fibre to Lap University of Bolton Stadium Pitch 723 Times

CityFibre has now laid a staggering 240km of full fibre internet beneath the streets of Bolton as part of its £37m plan to future-proof the town’s digital connectivity. This milestone from the UK’s largest independent full fibre platform now means there is enough full fibre connecting the town’s homes to take in 723 laps of…