BT have successfully tested a new method of bringing us internet by adding copper to the existing network, reaching alleged speeds of 800Mbps of download and 200Mbps of upload. It is believed that this could be used as an alternative to provide fibre speeds without needing to rewire homes.
Danish researchers have developed the world’s fastest network, allowing for 43TB of data to be transferred per second via a single multicore optical fibre – the equivalent of downloading a 1GB movie in 0.2milliseconds. Still not sure just how fast this is? Read on.
After reports stated UK broadband not being fit for purpose, users were delighted after a report revealed discussions between Google and CityFibre – a company who specialise in constructing and operating fibre networks in the UK. Google Fibre appeared as a godsend for users in the US suffering little to […]