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North Yorkshire is set to become one of the first counties in the UK to achieve 100 per cent fibre broadband coverage.The injection of an additional £10 million in funding will ensure all homes and businesses in the largely-rural county have access to fibre-optic cables for super-fast broadband by 2017.North Yorkshire County Council's executive is to add another £3 million to the Superfast North Yorkshire (SFNY) programme to accelerate the rollout, while Broadband Delivery UK is contributing another £3 million, and the European Regional Development Fund and BT are offering £2 million each.County Councillor Carl Les, chairman of the SFNY programme and deputy leader of the council, said the new finance is "a massive step forward" in the council's aim to establish high-speed broadband accessibility for 100 per cent of North Yorkshire."With this extra funding, we will be able to penetrate to the more remote parts of our very rural county, to communities and businesses which hitherto had little hope of reaping the advantages and rewards of high-speed internet access," he stated.Already 400 fibre broadband cabinets have been switched on in North Yorkshire, with more than 25 new areas gaining next-generation connectivity each month.Written by Steve Wilkin for Comms Express, number one for network cables on the net
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Last Updated: 2014-03-21 14:36:11
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Look above you into the clear blue sky - a long way above mind, some twelve miles and you might just see a series of unmanned aircraft. In this part of the atmosphere all is quiet, turbulence is a threat for mere mortals on their package holiday flight and the sun is a constant delight. It is in this rarefied part of the stratosphere that you’ll find a drone. No not a male bee or that noise a badly played bagpipe will make; or thank heavens a Drone of the military kind. No, the particular drones we refer have in fact been launched by Google and Facebook. They are part of the dogfight between these two giants to provide more internet access in remote areas. Of course it’s a win/win for the two international mega tech brands as more internet access will result in more customer base for both and that in turn creates more business. Both have purchased their own aerospace manufacturer. Google bought Titan Aerospace, with Facebook acquiring Ascenta, the small Somerset-based firm. So let the arial dogfight begin! But how will these specialist, high altitude, long endurance and lightweight breed of aircraft actually deliver the ground-breaking Internet access promised? Well despite the term 'Drone' they are actually better thought of as delicate, very delicate, gliders. They are not required to be as nimble as a drone but would be rather like a satellite. They will be  remotely controlled and with their solar-powered wings they can stay flying for an expected five years. Incredibly this will allow them to cover an area of 25,000 square miles, providing internet speeds of 1 gigabit per second. If services of these proportions are achieved then we will truly see a game changer. Google have already shown that they have the expertise and ambition with the geospatial data in use with their Nest technology that provides the stunning pictures of the planet via Google Maps and excitingly Google have made mention that their technology could also be a force for greater good within the environmental arena. By rigging their drones with sensors and cameras environmental damage, such as oil spills and deforestation could be monitored. So of course it is a perhaps unavoidable that both companies are investing in technology that will further commercial ambitions however if by doing so internet access is delivered into countries and regions thus far devoid of a luxury/necessity so many of us take for granted then I for one champion it. Surely the humanitarian and scientific empowerment will over-shadow any groans of 'greed'?  Until next time....

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