Article from Comms-dealer 5th February 2018 Openreach has greased the wheels of its FTTP build programme, extending its roll out target by 50% to reach three million premises by the end of 2020 via a new ‘Fibre First’ project. Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Leeds, Liverpool, London and Manchester make up the first phase of the […]
BT has announced that ISDN services will be switched off from the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) in 2025. They will no longer accept orders or amendments to any ISDN product after 2020. VOIP is the solution! There are two main types of VoIP Telephony both of which ACR Networks are able to provide. Please […]
BT Network Failure We have been made aware of an issue that has occurred in the London area. This is affecting outgoing calls from 020 and 01784 numbers. This has been caused by major BT fibre break. The latest update on this from Openreach is: Following full investigations, a BT Precision testing officer identified that […]
Incident Report – Steeple Claydon – Effected dialling code 01296 – Analogue line switching – Resulting in “community isolation of certain numbers in this area”. Commenced – 14 Jan 2013 @ 06:45. Estimated Completion – 14 Jan 2013 10:00. ACR Networks Ltd, continues to provide daily monitoring of call data to alert and help prevent […]
BT is undertaking an FTTP (fibre to the premises) pilot in the Oxfordshire village of Deddington, running all telephone and broadband connections over new fibre optic cables from 2013. This will effect all 1,400 lines operating on the local exchange.