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Finding Your PULSE

In 2010 it was ground breaking to release a product which superseded all forms of ADSL with VDSL which offered a headline speed of up to 40Mb/s download. Roll on a few years, EFM, aggregation technologies and domestic FTTC (VDSL) products deliver businesses something that they haven’t had before – options. Headline speeds in the past have grabbed the...

1 · JUL ·20140

The year ahead in Broadband, Cloud and BYOD

As is quite often the case in the world of technology, the year ahead will be full of change in terms of popular services and applications, and especially so for businesses.

The UK is currently in the midst of one of the most dramatic Government-led infrastructure projects for decades. BDUK’s allocation of circa £530 million of funding to ensure 90% of...

8 · JAN ·20140

Can rural communities rely on a BT roll-out?

It was recently announced that BT have won further contracts by local councils to be responsible for additional rural broadband roll-outs, beginning with Oxfordshire and Dorset early next year.

Through BT being awarded this latest contract, it has reduced hope of niche operators delivering stronger and faster services in the area, such as FTTP rather than FTTC to businesses and households....

3 · DEC ·20130

FTTP on Demand

You can get more information on our FTTPoD offering by clicking here. BT’s latest move forward in the deployment of infrastructure to underpin high-speed connections is Fibre to the Premises on Demand. Unlike BT’s current FTTP offering, where fibre is run along pylons directly to the house, FTTPoD uses existing FTTC infrastructure as much as possible. Fibre optic cable is...

14 · MAY ·20131

One step forward…

Last year we got involved in a project to bring high-speed broadband to a rural community in Hampshire as part of a number of trials to evaluate what technology could be used to serve a number of residents in a remote pocket of the country. Interestingly the villages of Little London and Smannell were a...

15 · JAN ·20130

Digital Region set for upgrade

Digital Region have announced that it is carrying out a phased network upgrade in which they are upgrading the cards in certain exchanges. This will enable customers to potentially receive higher than the 70 Mb/s download that is currently achievable using FTTC technology.

This will differ per customer/copper connection as the usual copper caveats apply and it will all depend...

29 · NOV ·20120

Launch of our bonded FTTC – PureFluid PULSE

Fluidata are delighted to announce the launch of our new bonded FTTC service. The first PureFluid PULSE service went live with a trial customer last month, and as you will see from this case study, we now have every reason to offer it to any client or prospective client lucky enough to benefit from it....

16 · MAY ·20120

Fibre cabinets potential target for thieves

Dr Peter Cochrane, BT’s former Chief Technology Officer (CTO), last week claimed that the battery backup’s in the new  BT fibre cabinets could be a target to for thieves “Once the local bandits have recognised that there is a car battery in the bottom, you can bet you’re your bottom dollar that a crowbar will be out and the battery...

4 · APR ·20120

Life, liberty and the pursuit of bandwidth

Ok, so I stole the title from an unrelated blog I read the other day; I thought it was rather funny, as well as apt for what I want to discuss. Over the last two decades the world has been gripped by the internet  revolution.  I would argue it’s become more disruptive in international development than the combustion engine, as  in...

6 · JUL ·20110

EFM provides options for business

Fluidata provide for a wide range of clients - from small tech start up’s to large enterprise organisations. Over the last 5 years we’ve helped hundreds of these organisations achieve fast, reliable, low contended internet utilising lower cost DSL based technologies. New developments in the connectivity market - most notably the advent of EFM and Keep reading ›

1 · JUN ·20110