Tag: BT

BT confirms it is providing data to the government on citizen movements

An increasing number of countries are looking at how they can use mobile phone data and apps to track movements and ensure compliance

Lightico highlights impact of COVID-19 on businesses’ new digital requirements

Reveals impact of shutdown on digital lifestyle, consumer expectations and business implications

BT to sell French and LATAM domestic operations

Computacenter snaps up BT’s French domestic operations, as CHI buys fibre networks, data centres, teleports and domestic operations in 16 LATAM countries

The bandwidth hog rides again

As Netflix reduces its bit rate to ease congestion, the issue of intelligent traffic management rises up the agenda once more

OB-BAA 3.0 eases migration to interoperable cloud-based networks

The Broadband Forum has published Release 3.0 of its Open Broadband – Broadband Access Abstraction (OB-BAA) open-source project. Release 3.0 provides: key capabilities to manage SNMP-based Access Nodes via a vendor’s adapters, thus accelerating migration to […]

Why the BBC’s portrayal of a white, male American internet is inaccurate and offensive

The BBC has a responsibility to portray issues accurately, but its docuflix on “Dirty Streaming” was irresponsible, inaccurate and biased

First of 24 mobile notspot infills goes live in Scotland

24 masts scheduled to be rolled out in next 2 years to infill notspots in rural areas

BT picks Purple to help bricks-and-mortar retailers fight back

BT adds intelligence to its WiFi offering from Manchester specialists Purple WiFi

Roaming charges to return after Brexit – pull the other one!

There are strong commercial and strategic reasons why this is bogus news

Broadband gets bolshy in Bristol

Virgin Media calls out BT’s claims as “dubious”

Green initiatives are a huge emerging market for B2B telecoms

As the GSMA reveals its new green initiatives, BT reminds us that this is no longer just about greenwashing but about cold hard cash

Security update: quantum security rises up agenda for telcos

QKD rises up agenda as the ITU announces a new standard for QKD networks; BT launches QKD network; SK Telecom and Deutsche Telekom invest in IDQ; and more countries join EU’s Open QKD Project.

How would-be-king Corbyn’s plans affect B2B service providers

The UK Labour party puts full fibre at the heart of its strategy. But sees government not just driving the agenda, but controlling the rollout of digital infrastructure in the UK.

Beyond the greenwashing – getting the green light for data centres

Environmental impact is returning to the top of the digital agenda, but optimising data centres can save significant sums of both money and carbon