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Ofcom Reveals UK Internet Speeds are ‘Patchy’

Posted by Dan Pope on Dec 15, 2014 3:09:51 PM

Over the past few months there have been numerous calls for Ofcom to investigate the UK’s telecommunications industry as many have claimed that certain companies such as BT are monopolising the market and failing to provide their customers promised connection speeds. However, much to many people’s surprise the industry regulator has claimed that competition in the market is healthy, and that fixed broadband connections are now "almost universally available" throughout the UK.

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Topic BT Broadband Internet speeds News fibre OFCOM

The Battle between BT and TalkTalk

Posted by Dan Pope on Sep 26, 2014 9:13:31 AM

Improving Internet speeds across the UK is proving to be a longwinded process as certain companies are currently monopolising the market and failing to provide their customers with adequate services. BT in particular has been criticised for providing sub-standard Internet speeds, which is why the regulatory body Ofcom has recently launched an investigation into the ISP.

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Topic BT Broadband Internet speeds News TalkTalk internet

What is preventing Internet Speeds from improving?

Posted by Dan Pope on Sep 4, 2014 9:56:47 AM

Fluidata has spent years developing solutions that enable high speed Internet connections to both businesses and those that have previously had slow connection speeds due to rural broadband issues. Our Service Exchange Platform (SEP) was awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation 2014 due to its ability to deliver high speed Internet connections to businesses and those who offer numerous clients or sites connectivity.

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Topic ISPs Internet speeds News Rural Broadband Internet connections

The Growing Issue of Net Neutrality

Posted by Dan Pope on May 16, 2014 1:17:17 PM

When it comes to the regulation of the Internet there are usually extremely passionate debates, as many believe that the Internet should be left free and open to all users. This is why a recent proposal by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to create what is being called a ‘two tiered Internet’ has already led to a number of major players in the online industry – including Google, Twitter, Facebook and Amazon – to write to the FCC in protest.

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Topic FCC Net Neutrality Internet speeds Network providers News VoIP