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September 18, 2008

Wales to get 100 Mbps


by David Allen

If talks between Cardiff City councillors and BT go according to plan, the city of Cardiff could end up being one of the first cities in the UK to get the next generation optic fibre broadband, providing broadband connection speeds of up to 100 Mbps.

This is an example of how a city can bring themselves to the table by speaking to the right people.

In this case they have gone straight to the top and are speaking directly to BT Chairman, Sir Michael Rake.

The city will be able to attract businesses to the area who demand high-speed internet.

These meetings follow the recent announcement that the government should not get involved financially with the introduction of next generation broadband services.

Nevertheless, they should be involved in the way that it is deployed.

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