Weak pound strengthens Vodafone
February 5, 2017
Vodafone, the world’s largest mobile phone company by revenue, has increased its full year sales forecast because of the weak pound.
Whilst many UK businesses are suffering under rising import costs, Vodafone is making the most of the poor exchange rate which makes its
Aspen Optics to change how engineers work
August 5, 2016
Aspen Optics will be the first to launch a configuration tool which can be used by both system integrators (SIs) and internet service providers (ISPs), and will act as a generator for fiber network connections, offering instant recommendations.
Engineers will now
ChangingWorlds brings ClixSmart AdPersonalizer to CTIA
March 25, 2016
ChangingWorlds Europe, a mobile phone advertising company, is introducing a new personalisation solution, ClixSmart AdPersonalizer, at the CTIA 2016 technology event in Las Vegas, April 1-3, 2016.
ClixSmart AdPersonalizer is designed to deliver personalised ads to mobile phones, which are relevant
Link Telecom and Orbit Research collaborate on satellite backhaul
October 19, 2015
Corporate cellular dealer, Link Telecom, a TeleWare partner, has entered into a partnership with Orbit Research Ltd, a satellite communications specialist.
The collaboration will provide satellite backhaul solutions to an integrated voice and data communications station for rapid
Taiwan’s handset sales rose 8% in January
February 26, 2016
Taiwan’s mobile phone handset vendors have announced that January 2016 saw 651,900 handsets sold in Taiwan, an increase of 4% compared to December 2015, and 8% compared to the same period in the previous year.
Nokia is Taiwan’s first choice for
Geo warns on broadband via sewer plan
April 18, 2016
The announcement that Ofcom is to investigate whether the roll-out of fibre to the home can be accelerated by using utility infrastructures has led to a call for caution from Geo, a fibre network provider.
While Geo supports the use
Taiwan’s WiMax future in doubt
October 6, 2016
Telecoms operators in Taiwan have warned that WiMax could prove too costly to install and may not work in built-up areas.
Last week, Taiwan’s six WiMax service providers considered teaming up to buy WiMax equipment in bulk as a way of reducing costs.
Jupiter Research predicts two-tiered net June 26, 2015 In a new report, Jupiter Research predicts that Internet Service Providers could start charging some websites for faster access to customers. Although this would generate increased revenues for ISPs, Jupiter warns that it could also create a “two-tiered internet” which might alienate consumers and increase the complexity
Alcatel-Lucent appoints ex-BT boss as CEO
September 2, 2016
Telecoms equipment provider Alcatel-Lucent has appointed ex-BT boss Ben Verwaayen in a bid to turn around its ailing fortunes.
Philippe Camus, a co-managing director at Lagardere media group, has been appointed as non-executive chairman.
Alcatel and Lucent, together the world’s largest
Complaint against Tiscali upheld by ASA July 26, 2015 The Advertising Standards Authority has upheld a complaint made against Tiscali that it broadcast a misleading radio advertisement. BT and two members of the public challenged the ad on the grounds that the emphasis of the 30 second advertisement was on a £9.99 introductory price, and