Nokia and Vodafone partner for Internet services
November 9, 2015
Nokia and Vodafone have entered into a partnership for Vodafone to provide Nokia’s mobile Internet services platform, Ovi, on its handsets in Europe.
The Ovi platform, which features music, maps, gaming and social networking capabilities, will be available on Vodafone
Indian government announces global 3G auction
November 13, 2015
India’s telecoms minister has announced that the government has decided to release 3G spectrum for broadband wireless access. Auction has been selected for 3G spectrum. International operators hoping to bid for a 3G licence will be subject to security clearance.
Nine million customers for Bouygues Telecom
November 30, 2015
Bouygues Telecom, the mobile-phone division of French telecom Bouygues SA, topped the nine million customer mark in November 2015.
Bouygues Telecom introduced the talk-plan concept in France in 1996, followed by free voicemail – two moves which made mobile phones more
Pipex Wireless changes name to FREEDOM4
October 4, 2015
Pipex Wireless is launching a WiMAX service in Manchester and is changing its name to FREEDOM4.
The company has been testing its WiMAX wireless broadband access in Milton Keynes and Warwick, will roll the technology out to other parts of the
Deutsche Telekom tops ‘Green Operators’ list
January 20, 2018
Deutsche Telekom has been ranked at the top of the latest Operator Matrix released by ABI Research.
Orange Group and Vodafone Europe claimed the second and third spots in the company’s new evaluation of “green” operators in Europe.
72% still believe in SS7
May 2, 2016
A newly released survey from European company Adax, who are considered to be the industry leader with their well regarded high performance signalling infrastructure, revealed that almost three out of four of their Telco suppliers still regard support for the SS7 infrastructure as an
Ceragon Networks supplies Hutchinson 3 for three
July 24, 2017
Ceragon Networks has agreed to supply wireless backhaul services to Hutchinson 3 group over the next three years.
Hutchinson 3 is one of largest providers of 3G mobile communication services.
Ceragon stated that the contract will help Hutchinson build and
Intel back WiMax as wireless broadband standard
October 31, 2016
Intel has announced plans to back Taiwan’s WiMax network with an investment of NT$386 million ($11.7 million).
The venture capital arm of Intel will invest the money in Taiwan-based network operator VMAX, one of a number of companies in the country
Newnet Broaden LLU Footprint
February 6, 2016
Newnet have announced the impending expansion of its LLU network with three exchanges going live over the next month, and an additional three in development.
Cosham has previously been enabled, and Havant will go live this month with Gosport intended for early March.
Global benchmark for mobile broadband
September 30, 2016
An alliance of sixteen of the world’s leading phone companies, chip makers and computer manufacturers is working together to make laptops that are mobile broadband ready out of the box.
Wireless chips will be built into laptops and netbooks, making it easier than