Private networks across the UK
BT and Ericsson struck a multi-million pound partnership to offer private 5G networks to businesses across Britain.
Beware the potentially dead or alive quantum kitty
UK ISP BT and partner Toshiba have today announced that they intend to build the “world’s first” quantum-secured metro fibre optic network between commercial sites in London.
More resistant to damage from Kitten Kong
BT has announced that ot has begun trials of a new type of hollow-core optical fibre cable at their BT Labs R&D facility in Adastral Park (Ipswich), which could in theory be more resistant to damage, while also delivering better performance.
Filling the Huawei space
Former rubber boot maker Nokia has signed a deal with Britain's biggest mobile operator BT to supply it with 5G radio equipment.
A year after everyone else
CEO of British Telecom's consumer brands BT and EE Marc Allera claims Apple is days away from launching its first 5G iPhone models.
Much delayed superfast broadband roll-out programme
The Scottish Government (SG) expects to sign a contract with BT (Openreach) for the delivery of their much delayed LOT 1 area, which forms part of the £579m R100 (Reaching 100 percent) superfast broadband roll-out programme, “before the end of the calendar year”.
Too sensitive for Huawei
British mobile carrier BT has selected Ericsson to provide the core of its 5G network.
At least for downloads
Speed testing giant Ookla has shown that the early 5G mobile networks are more than 450 percent faster than older ones – at least on downloads.
Halo, how are you? Can you tell me your name?
Customers of UK ISP BT (EE) can from today adopt the provider’s new converged “Halo” and “No Limits” plans, which brings together its 5G mobile and fixed-line home broadband (FTTC, FTTP, G.fast) networks.
Will speed up fibre cabling
Britain’s biggest telecoms group BT will be forced to give rivals greater access to its core network, Openreach, to encourage a faster roll-out of high-speed fibre cables, under plans set out by regulator Ofcom on Friday.