Monday, 25 June 2018

UK govt pledges additional £500m towards 5G, fibre and AI

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Wednesday 22 November 17

£385 million of the new funds will be specifically spent on 5G, FTTH

The U.K. government on Wednesday committed an additional £500 million to boost the country's broadband connectivity.   Delivering his autumn budget statement to Parliament, chancellor of the exchequer Phillip  Hammond said that the government would allocate £500 million to "a range of initiatives from artificial intelligence to 5G and full fibre broadband". &nbsp…

The U.K. government on Wednesday committed an additional £500 million to boost the country's broadband connectivity.   Delivering his autumn budget statement to Parliament, chancellor of the exchequer Phillip  Hammond said that the government would allocate £500 million to "a range of initiatives from artificial intelligence to 5G and full fibre broadband". &nbsp…

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