Broadband technology and product news, February 2016

UK Scientists Squeeze 1.125Tbps Through a Single Fibre Optic Receiver

12 February 2016 by Saul Waldram
UK Scientists Squeeze 1.125Tbps Through a Single Fibre Optic Receiver
A team of researchers working out of the University College London have given fibre optic communications technology a further boost by achieving the highest data throughput ever reported (1.125 Terabits per second) for a single coherent optical receiver.....

BT Confirm Next Areas to Get Superfast Broadband in the Black Country
The £12.2 million Black Country Broadband Project (England’s West Midlands) has made good progress since it began deploying last year.

Chiltern Railways and EE Deliver Continuous On-Train WiFi Service
Commuters travelling on trains that belong to Chiltern Railways may be pleased to learn that the operator has teamed up with EE to deliver “continuous” on-board WiFi connectivity.

It’s time for 4G to take centre stage
Over the past couple of years, organisations have woken up to the critical importance of one hundred per cent Internet access uptime.

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