CableONE will offer Gigabit Internet to 1.5 million homes

CableONE recently announced that next year it will launch GigaONE, the company’s new Gigabit service, in more than 200 cities and towns across the United States.

November 16, 2015 by

A close look into New York greatest data centers

325 Hudson and Western Union Bulding are two of the most important data centers and they are located in the middle of New York City’s telecom corridor because they offer direct access to transatlantic cables and allow the exchange of information between local and international telecom services providers.

Fiber optic cables were severed by attackers in San Francisco area

Someone intentionally cut two AT&T cables in Livermore, a California suburb located in the San Francisco Bay Area, on Monday night. The latest of 14 attacks against California’s Internet privately run backbone since last summer.

September 16, 2015 by

Upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 820: download speeds up to 600Mbps

A new system-on-chip by Qualcomm is coming and it promises really fast download, uplink and support Wi-Fi speeds. It is the Snapdragon 820 and is making us really wish to have a phone with this processor, that the company claims it is the most powerful one they’ve ever made.
September 15, 2015 by

A 3,400 miles fiber optic network will be built in Kentucky

The construction will start this year and is planned to be finished by the middle of 2016 in eastern Kentucky, and eventually it will reach all 120 counties of the state. State and private officials revealed the project will cost about 324 million $. 

Canada rules larger telecoms to share infrastructure to small telecom

Canada wants the big guys to play nice with the new guys, so the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission ruled that upstart internet providers can use infrastructure installed by their larger competitors.

Obama wants faster internet for you

“The Internet is not a luxury, it is a necessity” with that phrase Obama labeled the project ConnectHome, a way to deliver internet to every american home, few people can imagine that one of four people in the U.S. don’t have internet access at home.

AT&T Pays $100 Million for slowing unlimited data

The fine is one of the biggest in history, the decision made by The Federal Communications Commission because they, apparently, found out that AT&T throttled net speed for users who are using a particular amount of data, perceiving a real speed down.

Sky's latest Broadband deal is free for an entire year

Broadband providers typically try to attract new customers by offering attractively low prices for a permanency contract. Eventually, the monthly cost of these contracts shoot up to compensate for the discounted rate you've been paying up until then, but this is where Sky's UK latest fiber broadband deal is a little bit different...

July 13, 2015 by Luis Cardenas