Will launch alongside 3rd Gen Threadripper.
AMD's most powerful APU gets an upgrade.
Only Virgin escapes.
Companies can carry on as normal.
Not abandoning Gfast, though.
Offers a 100Mb/s minimum guarantee, too.
Rejects BT's voluntary approach.
Tries to bypass USO plans.
Still part of the BT Group, though.
Aims to cover 600,000 more premises.
Still open to input from BT.
£500 connection fee, £80 per month.
Hitting Camden in 2017.
Around five percent to be left behind.
Smart Hub now, Home Hub in 2017.
Only an hour per person though.
Just as ARIN's IPv4 stock runs dry.
Intel, BT, Vodafone among launch members.
Wants its customers to use VoIP instead.
Telefónica takes a bath.
Re-enters the mobile market with a bang.
£10.25B on the table to merge networks.
Looks to 'promote competition.'
Reaches nearly 800Mb/s in early trials.
September 16 2019 | 14:00
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