Go-Ahead to Drop Telecom Rules in Parts of UK
February 14, 2016
It appears that deregulation may be the next important subject in the areas of the UK where competition has meant the old serving BT has lost much of its dominance.
To this point, excluding the comments in the Reuters
Sky broadband first to go truly unlimited
September 19, 2016
Sky Broadband has removed the fair use policy from the terms and conditions of its Broadband Max package, making it the first provider to offer truly unlimited downloads.
Sky customers can now download as much as they want, whenever they want,
Foxconn denies Chinese staff lay-offs
November 27, 2016
Taiwan-based Foxconn Electronics, the largest manufacturer of electronics and computer components in the world, has denied rumours of 10,000 staff lay-offs in its China factories.
Foxconn spokesperson, Edmund Ding, said the company has not yet issued any official redundancy orders, and that current
Government plans mobile broadband spectrum cap
May 13, 2017
The government’s independent spectrum broker (ISB), Kip Meek, has recommended that there should be a cap on the spectrum owned by the UK’s five mobile networks, coming to this conclusion after discussions with the networks and regulator Ofcom.
The spectrum cap
Motorola to release its top phones in Taiwan
March 21, 2016
Industry experts are anticipating that Motorola will release a number of high-end mobile phones in Taiwan this year.
The models that are expected to be launched include the ZN5 – a 5 megapixel camera phone, the Rokr E8, to succeed
70% of Aneks acquired by Telekom Slovenije
October 4, 2015
Telekom Slovenije has spent 3.33million Euros in order to acquire a seventy percent share in Aneks.
Aneks was founded in 1992, and specialised in developing IP telephony solutions and computer networks. In 2006 the company moved into fixed telephone services which
BT goes 20Mbit
August 18, 2017
BT will launch full ASDL2+ services to its customers this month allowing for speeds of up to 20Mbit for customers that currently receive speeds of 8Mbit.
Those concerned with upload speeds also can relax, as uploads are to increase from 448Kbpps up to a maximum
Telefonica and RIM bring Blackberry Pearl 8120 to Spain
October 3, 2015
Telefonica and RIM have introduced the new Blackberry Pearl 8120 to Spain.
The Blackberry Pearl has both business communication and multi-media tools in one slim compact phone,which measures only 107mm x 55mm x 14mm and weighs around 91g.
China Telecom considers MediaTek acquisition
December 17, 2016
China Telecom is seeking to acquire Taiwan-based fabless semiconductor maker MediaTek, according to media sources in the region.
Newspapers in Taiwan and China have reported China Telecom covertly buying MediaTek shares through mediators on the second tier open market.
Speculation is that
SMBs and the Significance of Mobile Communications
June 26, 2016
RadioFrame Networks (RFN), has conducted market research into how SMBs use mobile communications to their advantage, to strengthen the business for indoor base stations, such as picocells and femtocells.
Two important points the research showed were, a third of SMBs have