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Broadband Speeds in London Boroughs

Posted by Dan Pope on 05/03/15 10:45
Just a few weeks ago Fluidata reported on news that telecommunications provider Virgin Media is planning on installing billions of pounds worth of infrastructure across the UK. Unfortunately for those that suffer from rural broadband issues, Virgin are planning on installing most of this new technology in urban areas such as London, which many feel is unfair. However, the truth is that even in London there is a digital divide, as highlighted by recent research conducted by The company published the average broadband speeds for each London borough as well as the amount of new businesses that have started and closed in each area over the past few years. Surprisingly, some of the most affluent constituencies in London suffer from slow broadband speeds, such as Kensington and Chelsea where the average speed is just 22Mb/s.

Topic Burst Business ADSL London digital divide News Rural Broadband Internet speed Pulse Business FTTC Virgin Media VOX Business ADSL

Could FTTC Bonding be the answer to High-Speed Internet?

Posted by Dan Pope on 19/02/15 09:07
Here at Fluidata we continually strive to offer our customers a range of products that provide both high-speed Internet connections and value for money. This is why we have created VOX, BURST and PULSE to name a few, each of which has been designed to provide results regardless of our clients’ requirements or connectivity capabilities.

Topic broadband bonding PureFluid News FTTC bonding PULSE Virgin Media

Competition for York

Posted by Dan Pope on 01/05/14 14:29
Earlier this April, TalkTalk and Sky revealed their plan to form a coalition with CityFibre to build an ultra-fast broadband network in the city of York.

Topic BT CityFibre copper infrastructure Broadband News Sky TalkTalk fibre Virgin Media

Wifi goes underground

Posted by Dan Pope on 28/06/12 10:35
Over the past few days a number of tube stations (including Kings Cross and Oxford Circus) across London have announced free Wifi access on their platforms. All it takes is a device which can connect to the internet and an email address to register with. It is expected that 80 underground stations will be able to provide the service in time for the upcoming Olympics and a further 40 by the end of the year. However, free access is only available for a limited time. The end of the Olympics will mark the end of free Wifi and from that point onwards only Virgin customers will be able to access the network without paying.

Topic London 4G News TFL Underground Wifi Virgin Media

Pirate Bay Blockade: The latest tussle between record labels and the internet

Posted by Dan Pope on 14/06/12 15:00
TalkTalk confirmed this week that they have officially joined the ‘Pirate Bay Blockade’, becoming the fifth ISP do to so (along with SKY, Virgin Media and O2) following an April High Court hearing which ordered ISP’s to block the infamous bit torrent website. BT are expected to follow suit imminently.

Topic Ed Sheeran High Court Pirate Bay News Sky TalkTalk Jessie J Justin Bieber O2 Tim Berners Virgin Media