Allan McEwan, City Development Manager for Aberdeen at CityFibre, shares the achievements of the Fibre-to-the-Home transformation project during its first year:
CityFibre supports Silver Surfers charity to mark one-year anniversary of boosting internet in Aberdeen
A fibre optic firm has said it is “proud” to support Aberdeen charity Silver City Surfers.
Inverness will enter a new age of digital technology today when it becomes the only Scottish location among 14 new “Gigabit Cities” getting ready for full-fibre 5G roll-out.
A £9.5m deal to bring reliable broadband to five public sector organisations in four Highland locations has been described as 'transformational.'
The man leading a “broadband revolution” in Aberdeen has said the city could reach connection speeds comparable to Japan and South Korea in the coming years.
A copper dinosaur has been unveiled at Aberdeen’s Union Square shopping centre as part of a national broadband campaign.
Aberdeen is in line for a £1.4billion windfall from the rollout of superfast broadband across the city, according to economists.
Scores of Aberdeen council sites are in line to be connected to super-fast broadband.
CityFibre, the telecommunications firm behind a superfast broadband network in Aberdeen, said yesterday it was ready for the challenge of taking on bigger rival Openreach.
Aberdeen-based IT provider has landed contracts worth over £750,000 in the last six months due to boosts in its connectivity network.
A telecommunications firm building a high-speed fibre network in Aberdeen has reported seeing "strong demand" for its infrastructure in the first half of the year, booking record levels of new orders.
Scottish cloud and data centre provider Brightsolid has launched a new consultancy to help firms make sense of "big data".
Cloud hosting firm Brightsolid has joined forces with an Aberdeen internet service provider (ISP) to offer access to a state-of-the-art data centre that is currently being built in the Granite city.
Albyn School is one of the first sites in the Granite City to be connected to the new Aberdeen Core high-speed broadband network.
A piece of 3D street art was unveiled yesterday to mark the start of construction of a “superfast” fibre broadband network in Aberdeen.
Plans to make Aberdeen the first "gigabit" city in Scotland by upgrading its broadband infrastructure took a step forward yesterday.
Aberdeen is poised to become Scotland's first "gigabit" city under plans to upgrade its broadband infrastructure.