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TalkTalk has sold its fibre networks rollout business to Cityfibre for £200 million. The deal for Fibrenation was supposed to be completed last year, but was delayed following Labour’s announcement that it planned to nationalise parts of BT if it won the general election.
As we approach the new decade, business agility is more crucial than ever. Innovation is constant and customer expectations are constantly evolving. Businesses simply must adapt if they are to survive. A recent study by Oracle and The Confederation of British Industry highlighted just how unrelenting this change is, with half of the largest FTSE100 companies disappearing from the index since 2009. Many businesses are struggling because they are stifled by complex and disjointed back-office systems, which put the brakes on their ability to innovate.
Openreach is aiming to deliver ultrafast broadband to three million homes and businesses by the end of 2020 It has reached a “milestone” of making the technology available to over one million premises, a year since launching its “full fibre” programme. Engineers have installed around 2.6 million kilometres of fibre, using hundreds of heavy plant machinery-… Read More
How is our hybrid cloud world redefining networking? Justin Day, CEO of Cloud Gateway will share his thoughts on day one of Cloud Expo Europe. A panel discussion not to be missed. Don’t miss Cloud Gateway at Cloud Expo Europe where it will share its new partnership with Equinix that is allowing it to provide… Read More