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New ‘superfast’ broadband rollout for Scotland - 16 Jan 2014. More than 39,000 homes and businesses in Scotland will be able to get access to fibre broadband, as part of the £410m Digital Scotland partnership.

New ‘superfast’ broadband rollout for Scotland - 16 Jan 2014

People in 37 areas around the county, in 13 local authority areas, will be able to access fibre broadband speeds of up to 80Mbps by this summer. Aberdeen City, Dundee City, Fife and Stirling are among the areas to benefit from the project, while some areas such as Castle Douglas, Melrose and Taynuilt are to receive "high speed technology" for the first time. The project is part of the Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband initiative, which covers a Highlands and Islands project and another project which covers the rest of Scotland. Today's announcement includes the details of the first locations to be upgraded as part of the rest of Scotland project, as well as the names of further locations in the Highlands and Islands project. Les nouvelles technologies au service du patrimoine culturel.

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