Google Alert – new broadband

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new broadband Weekly update ⋅ May 19, 2015
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Irish Times

First 10 towns on new superfast broadband plan announced Irish Times
Dubbed Siro, the new company – which will employ around 60 people – will run fibre broadband cables over ESB electricity lines as part of an …

New fibre broadband venture to create 260 jobsIrish Independent
A beginner’s guide to the new fibre broadband service SiroIrish Independent
ESB/Vodafone joint venture to create 60 permanent jobs, 200 temporary positionsRTE.ie
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Business Wire (press release)

Rise Broadband: The New Name for Nation’s Leading Fixed Wireless Internet Service Provider Business Wire (press release)
Formerly operating as Digis, Rhino Communications, Skybeam, Prairie iNet and T6, the Rise brand solidifies and unifies the company’s commitment of …

JAB rolls five brands into Rise Broadband, plows $30 million into networkThe Denver Post
JAB Wireless rebrands as Rise Broadband9NEWS.com
DIGIS changes to Rise BroadbandElko Daily Free Press
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Scottish Daily Record

Is yours one of the new communities to receive Superfast Broadband? Scottish Daily Record
When complete, delivery of Digital Scotland’s Superfast Broadband will extend to every corner of Scotland, serving around 95 per cent of households …

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Huffington Post

Obama’s Broadband Legacy Huffington Post
It is in the city and region that Obama sees hope for the nation’s future, and it’s broadband that he sees as a vital first step toward a whole new

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Kiwi broadband struggles to keep up with Netflix TVNZ
If you’ve noticed your broadband’s been slower than usual lately – you’re not … New Zealand’s biggest broadband provider, Spark, is also increasing …

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IPTV News

Only 1 in 10 Britons could live without broadband, according to new study XLN Telecom
Only one in ten UK broadband users say they could live without access to the internet, according to 2,000 respondents surveyed by broadband, …

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New partnership agreement will see pioneering copper technology mBond® enhance broadband RealWire (press release)
Providing enterprise broadband is a new market application for mBond®, which was initially developed to deliver macrocell backhaul for mobile …

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Computerworld New Zealand

Kacific seals US$78 million BigNet Indonesian broadband deal Computerworld New Zealand
In this plan, Patouraux says new broadband internet satellite operators like Kacific will play a key role to enable connectivity in secondary cities and …

Indonesia turns to satellite internet to fix broadband holesTech in Asia
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Siliconrepublic.com

Eircom proves broadband is helping to slow its revenue decline – appoints new CFO and CIO Siliconrepublic.com
Eircom’s investment in next generation infrastructure is paying off and the company has reported a lower rate of revenue decline to €311m – down 1pc …

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Cable MSOs Retain Hold in US Broadband Services Market Zacks.com
According to the LRG report, in 2014, cable MSOs contributed nearly 90% to new broadband subscriber additions and now command about 60% of …

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WEB
Broadband Unlimited Spring Offer 2015 BT.com
1. The Offer is available from 18th May until 30th June 2015 to new customers who are purchasing a BT Business Broadband product (as defined in …

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John Cook on Twitter: "Municipal broadband in Seattle? New group lobbies city for public Internet twitter.com
… Blocked Unblock Pending Cancel. John Cook ‏@johnhcook May 14. Municipal broadband in Seattle? New group lobbies city for public Internet …

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Comcast, TWC account for 74% of cable broadband adds in Q1 Ooyala
The top seven telcos, meanwhile, added just 162,000 new broadband subs, underlining again why the FCC and Justice Department opposed the …

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