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This was the presentation I gave at the Suffolk Broadband conference organised by Peter Aldous MP, looking at the broadband landscape of the county.

This was the presentation I gave at the Suffolk Broadband conference organised by Peter Aldous MP, looking at the broadband landscape of the county.

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  • Suffolk Broadband Conference
    Adrian Wooster
    wooster.org.uk
  • ADSL in Suffolk
  • ADSL in Suffolk
    View slide
  • ADSL
    Average speed in Suffolk is 4,561 kbps
    Ben Gummer’s constituents enjoy 40% faster broadband than Daniel Poulter’s
    View slide
  • 2 Mbps or less
    Peter Aldous’ & Therese Coffey’s constituents are three times more likely to suffer slow broadband than anyone in Ipswich
  • Virgin Media
  • Virgin
    100 Mbps available
    200 Mbps possible
    For 13% of Suffolk
  • What is broadband?
    From esoteric to meaningless in four simple steps
  • What is NGA?
  • What is NGA?
    ADSL2+
    VDSL
    DOCSIS 3
    Fibre/LTE
    A bit faster
    Yes
    Yes
    VERY
    No
    Probably not
    No
    Usually
    No
    A bit
    Not really
    Certainly
    VDSL
    DOCSIS3
    Fibre
    LTE
  • 45%
  • 60%
  • 65%
  • 70%
  • 75%
  • 85%
  • 90%
  • 95%
  • Thank you!
    PS:
    If you prefer solutions more than problems, visit wooster.org.uk