With more and more people around the world depending on the internet, the broadband future improvements will focus on providing a connection that is stable when millions of people access it at one time. These improvements will also need to expand what can be done to keep connections secure so those joining networks from around the world cannot fall victim to hackers and identity thieves. Continue reading
If you live in the UK and you don’t have broadband service, you are not alone. The vast majority of United Kingdom citizens are without broadband internet service. Parliament has recently recognized this problem, and has vowed to correct it with the new initiative, Broadband Development UK. The biggest initiative to correct this problem thus far, broadband speed development in UK will allow all citizens to enjoy high speed internet.
Jeremy Hunt announced today that the ambition of the coalition regarding superfast broadband is for 90% of the UK to benefit of a broadband speed of at least 25Mbps by 2015.
Before this, the government said they were willing UK to have “the best superfast broadband network in Europe” in most of the country, but now they expanded their goal to the vast majority of the country. Continue reading
Council leader Peter Jones has met with Jeremy Hunt, culture secretary, to present why the county needs to receive broadband funding.
East Sussex County Council chiefs have met with the government to expose why it is important for the area to receive investment for the development of super-fast broadband infrastructure. Continue reading