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Andy
17-09-2011, 20:23
If OVH can bring me 100Mbps up and down they'll be forever legends =) Do it! PLEASE!! It has to be less than 40 a month total (inc phone line) though, which is what I pay for my broadband and phone line combined at the moment

Y3K-Daniel
17-09-2011, 19:00
Going on the "in Britain" idea... Digital Region may go up for sale (well about 50% of it), due to the government closing one of the regional agencies, this would mean that part of the ownership should return to a government department, but would most likely be sold off... could be a great way for OVH to enter the UK market!

source: http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/...DSD2w.facebook

lewis4490
10-09-2011, 16:02
This would be great in the UK, but please kill BT as they are so rubbish!

Y3K-Daniel
10-09-2011, 15:26
I think it would be wonderful if OVH could be an ISP on the Digital Region network in the UK, I know I would probably look at signing up (once they solve some issues with putting ducting in a bridge and finally get my area connected)...
http://www.digitalregion.co.uk/

Nik_Doof
05-08-2011, 12:21
Quote Originally Posted by Winit
They won't be able to do much in the UK unless virtually unbundle an exchange.
Perfectly doable in the UK with the current agreements with Openreach/Ofcom.
None of the big UK ISPs have invested that much into unbundled SDSL and their like as BT have the market tied up, even most of the current SDSL services you see offered are just BT wholesale products.

RapidSpeeds
30-07-2011, 13:00
Waste of my time reading that....

Your posts used to be innovative and relatively to the point Oles - who cares what you are doing in France...

Winit
29-07-2011, 21:40
They won't be able to do much in the UK unless virtually unbundle an exchange.

DigitalDaz
29-07-2011, 09:14
Quote Originally Posted by marks
the aim is to provide the same services in the UK as it's in France, eventually. But yes, in this case, there is no ETA yet.
Tell Oles to get his skates on, even my 100Mbit Virgin Media is crap.

marks
28-07-2011, 16:34
Can I buy shares in OVH?
try your luck with oles@ovh.com ;-)

unclebob
27-07-2011, 19:26
Quote Originally Posted by marks
the aim is to provide the same services in the UK as it's in France, eventually. But yes, in this case, there is no ETA yet.
Can I buy shares in OVH?

marks
27-07-2011, 09:22
the aim is to provide the same services in the UK as it's in France, eventually. But yes, in this case, there is no ETA yet.

DigitalDaz
26-07-2011, 17:50
Shame we're all in the UK

oles@ovh.net
26-07-2011, 14:10
Hello,
As you have heard, the VSDL2 standard was validated by the ARCEP Expert Committee. It is also necessary that ARCEP and then the government say yes to make it the norm so we can see if it works for you.

As soon as the standard is validated by ARCEP, using VSDL2, OVH can deliver guaranteed 100M symmetrical through investments that we have just unbundled with the 170 NRA in France. The standard was validated in-house, our VSDL2 DSLAMs are compatible, we have VSDL2 modems and if we get the go ahead this afternoon from ARCEP, tomorrow we can connect the first customer on our VSDL2+ network ..

We are extremely pleased with this progress. We have always said that building the fibre network in France, is like building a third network in France (the first is copper and the second 2G/3G). It is very expensive and not moving fast enough. Rather than raising money on the optical fibre, it is better to start the VSDL2+ and then continue to unbundle the NRA throughout France and offer it in all towns in France with the same Internet quality to that in the city.

Faced with the needs of growing customer bandwidth quality, the arrival of the cloud and many SaaS services that have arrived on VSDL2+ it is a logical and natural alternative that has already been used in Germany and Belgium. We hope that France will accept the standard quickly so they can catch up on the Internet at 100M or more. As the Internet has started to move in France ..

In short, we expect the validation of VSDL2+ to boost the Internet connection market in France.

All the best

Octave