Rural areas left behind as government is said to be preoccupied with broadband speed
Only economies with more than 1 per cent of households connected to FTTH can be ranked
It aims to have world-class digital infrastructure in place by 2020
A new report argues that they must use their local knowledge to tackle 'notspots'
How is the government's plan for a superfast broadband network playing out?
Draft plans for rollout have to be submitted by February
The report is the regulator's sixth International Communications Market study
The Countryside Alliance claims the government is not delivering on its promise
It says that the government is focusing too much on investment in urban areas
National Infrastructure Plan reveals the superfast haves and have-nots
The EC vice president hopes this will make ISPs commit to investment
BT and Commendium last remaining bidders for Highlands and Islands broadband pilot after rivals pull out
Cable & Wireless and Fujitsu are no longer part of the bidding process
Geo Networks' CEO releases damning statement claiming BT's pole and duct prices are too high
Northern Ireland tops fast broadband league, while Wales gets wooden spoon
Telco is recruiting more engineers in bid to hit its fast broadband target one year early
A league table will be produced annually
In addition to skilled IT staff, 2012 Games will give capital a vast fibre-optic network, says Gerry Pennell, CIO for the games' organising committee
Hunt also criticised the time it takes to establish prices for access to BT's ducts and poles
However road, rail, waste and energy all need investment for the future
IT manager for development company Berkeley Group Holdings Doug Legge suggests parts of the UK will end up as "walled gardens"
It hopes to have a superfast network in place by 2014
North and North-East Lincolnshire Councils aim to achieve 30Mbit/s for 100 per cent of customers