AIRCOM named market leader for network tools
May 20, 2016
UK company, AIRCOM International, has been named the market leading supplier of engineering tools to telecom operators by OSS Observer, a telecom software market analyst.
AIRCOM was named as the market leader in the recently published OSS Observer Service Fulfilment
O2 internet goes down
July 22, 2017
Yesterday afternoon the O2 data network went down and, according to Twitter, it is still down.
Nationwide users who pay monthly data contracts are reporting on Twitter that they are unable to send any SMS or texts via the internet and send emails, although
Ofcom reviews public service broadcasting
September 12, 2015
Media regulator Ofcom has launched a new review which will consider whether the internet and mobile phones can meet statutory requirements for public service broadcasting (PSB).
Ofcom’s first review of PSB, completed just two years ago, acknowledged that it could be difficult
Taiwanese firms seeking to buy international patents in auctions
February 20, 2016
Following last year’s success of the Taiwan International Patent Auction Platform (TIPA), Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) has announced that two auctions will be held this year, in June and October.
TIPA was set up to allow international
Isocore Completes Successful Interoperability Testing
May 27, 2016
Isocore, the technology validation operator of Internet and wireless networking and services, has announced the successful completion of its Spring 2016 Leading Edge Code Testing.
The key findings and results of the testing will be presented at Isocore’s Pavilion at iPOP 2016 to
European commission expresses concern over Bulgarian emergency number
October 17, 2015
The European commission has expressed concerns over the availability of 112 the Bulgarian emergency number.
The European commission will launch an infringement proceeding against Bulgaria, for lack of availability of the number.
There are some concerns however that the
5% growth in Europe’s internet audience
November 8, 2015
A new study from comScore, the Internet monitoring company, reveals that there were 226.7 million unique visitors in the European Internet community in September, an audience that grew 5% year-over-year and was the largest ever recorded.
Russia showed the greatest growth,