The Internet of Things (IoT) is a “system of systems” in which people, machines, devices, sensors, and businesses connect and interact.
For years, the tech industry has been bombarded with claims that 5G will change everything. It’s been the word on everyone’s lips, whether that be excitement over its possible use cases or the exasperated asking, “will 5G ever live up to the hype?”.
In Ofcom’s 2021 Connected Nations report on the availability of broadband and mobile services across the UK, it was revealed that the rollout of full fibre technology is accelerating at its fastest ever rate.
More recently, the slower rate of adoption of the latest generation of mobile technology has given rise to questions from the British public such as “why did 5G take so long to take off in the UK?” and “why is 5G adoption in the UK so poor compared to other countries?”.
Total Telecom Interview with Mikael Sandberg: “Lessons from Swedish Success – VX Fiber’s approach to broadband”
At Connected Britain, our Chairman Mikael Sandberg spoke to Total Telecom’s Editor, Harry Baldock to discuss the success of its pre-day event, “Local Authority Forum: Delivering Digital Transformation”, and why it’s so crucial to open-up a space for local authority representatives to discuss their approaches to community digitalisation.
The UK government is in the throes of a post-pandemic recovery – with plans to ‘Build Back Better’ and a promise to ‘level-up’ all regions in the country. Its aim is to ensure there’s equal opportunity for economic growth and social development, such as access to jobs, education, healthcare and housing, for every citizen from John O’Groats to Lands’ End.
As part of Total Telecom’s Connected Britain, VX Fiber hosted a special pre-event day on 20th September 2021, “Local Authorities: Delivering Digital Transformation.” Its aim was to further understand and support the challenges local governments are facing when it comes to the roll-out of next-generation digital infrastructure.
In a new ISPreview.co.uk interview the Chairman of Swedish operator VX Fiber, Mikael Sandberg, has helped to illuminate the “stark difference in attitude towards fibre in the UK compared with Sweden” and highlights some of the ways in which FTTP broadband deployments on this side of the channel could be improved.
Without a doubt, Covid-19 has brought about untold disruption across all sectors of the economy. The commercial real estate (CRE) industry is not alone in having to amend its business practices and operations, but it has been a difficult year for this sector.
Digital infrastructure specialist VX Fiber, has kick-started the build of a full fibre open access network across Crewe and Nantwich.
A forum promising an open and honest conversation centred around the post-Covid challenges facing local government.
We’re delighted to see Stoke-on Trent City Council (SoTCC) today announced its innovative and forward-thinking Silicon Stoke prospectus.