Fiberoptic & Broadband News

Below you can find a compilation of the most interesting articles on the web from leading publications regarding the Fiber Technology Industry. If you feel your article is missing, please let us know and send us your publication:

An optical fiber capable of detecting what sort of material or liquid it has come into contact with


Desmond Chow, co-author of the study Alain Herzog/ 2018 EPFL EPFL researchers have developed an optical fiber capable of detecting what sort of material or liquid they have come into contact with. ... » Read more

British business leaders call for copper network switch-off in 2025


British business leaders have called for a copper network switch-off date to help drive investment in full fibre network infrastructure A leading British business think tank has reiterated calls fo... » Read more

Germany to create €2.4 billion digital infrastructure fund to boost rural connectivity


Deutsche Telekom has also announced plans to upgrade 6 million premises to 250Mbps, ultrafast broadband The German government is set to approve the creation of a €2.4 billion digital infrastru... » Read more

Openreach to rollout 25,000 FTTH connections in Greater London


The London Borough of Bexley will now be included in Openreach's Fibre First initiative The UK's broadband infrastructure operator Openreach has pledged to deliver 25,000 fibre to the home (FTTH) c... » Read more

Cityfibre UK Joins European Alliance to Boost Full Fibre Broadband


Fibre optic UK network builder Cityfibre has today announced that they’ve joined Deutsche Glasfaser, Open Fiber, Reykjavikur and SIRO as signatories of a new alliance, which aims to promote a... » Read more

Nokia and Sudatel collaborate for ultra-broadband in Sudan


Nokia and Sudatel are to trial Nokia 4.5G Pro, 4.9G and 5G mobile technologies along with Nokia's fixed fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) portfolio to enhance the mobile and residential broadband experience... » Read more

Lancashire Council Stall B4RN’s 1Gbps Broadband Build for Schools


The B4RN (Broadband for the Rural North) ISP project, which has been deploying a 1Gbps community built and funded Fibre-to-the-Home ( FTTH ) network to rural UK homes since 2012, appears to have hi... » Read more

AT&T Fires Up More Fiber & 5G Pilots


Seekng a competitive edge over its cable and telco rivals, AT&T continues to extend its all-fiber footprint to deliver high-speed broadband and lay the groundwork for launching 5G services in a doz... » Read more