Scottish broadband plan brings country in line with UK

Friday 3 February 2012 | 10:41 CET | News
The Scottish Government's recently published broadband plan puts it in line with other parts of the UK, according to Analysys Mason. The Scottish Government has committed to increasing next-generation broadband speeds for everyone across the country by 2015, with speeds of 40-80 Mbps for 85-90 percent of premises. Iqbal Singh Bedi, Head of Analysys Mason in Scotland, said that the Scottish Government had risen to the challenge and was starting to lead Scotland and the industry in the development of its own NGB infrastructure. He also welcomed the announcement of a nationwide procurement

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