TeliaSonera makes broadband smart October 2, 2015 Telco TeliaSonera, has upgraded its broadband service using ‘smart broadband’ technology, in order to help meet growing demand for high speed broadband in Sweden. TeliaSonera’s solution involves equipping users with an all-in-one box that plugs into their phone jack. Inside the box houses a
Complete Reading

Telenor launches Turbo-3G in Norway October 26, 2015 Telenor, the Norwegian telco, is planning to offer Turbo-3G service in Norway’s four largest cities by November 2015, and intends to provide the service to a further six cities by January 2016. Turbo-3G will be launched initially in Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger and
Complete Reading

Ericsson aims to be IPTV leader March 4, 2016 Ericsson is aiming to become a leading service provider for IPTV solutions in Taiwan over the next three years. The company will also be working with local manufacturers of customer premises equipment (CPE) in developing IPTV products for global markets. This initial
Complete Reading

O2 and Nokia develop Oyster card phones November 28, 2015 O2, Nokia and Transport for London are collaborating on a project to develop mobile phones with embedded Oyster swipe cards. Users will be able to swipe the handset over Oyster Card readers at the ticket gates of London Underground stations,
Complete Reading

Sony Ericsson faces uncertain future August 29, 2016 Voices at the top of Sony have cast doubt over the future of the company’s joint mobile phone venture with telecoms group Ericsson. Sony CEO, Sir Howard Stringer, has admitted that it could be time to reconsider the future of Sony Ericsson after
Complete Reading

Orange to launch Armenia network October 8, 2016 France-based mobile operator Orange has been awarded a licence to launch a new mobile network in the Republic of Armenia. It will be the third mobile network to set up in the country. The Armenian government announced the licence yesterday after Orange
Complete Reading

BT wins landmark termination rates ruling August 19, 2016 On behalf of overcharged customers across the UK, BT took mobile phone operators to court over connection charges, and the company has won a landmark legal ruling. According to the ruling, mobile phone network operators owe BT tens of millions of pounds
Complete Reading

Centile to launch ISTRA Mobile at Mobile World Congress January 21, 2018 Centile the European leader and provider of Hosted PBX and Unified Communications Platforms is launching its latest platform named ‘ISTRA Mobile’ at the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona. ISTRA Mobile is a mobile carrier driven PBX Services
Complete Reading

Fears of spying delay Taiwan’s plans for WiMAX January 22, 2016 Taiwan’s licensed WiMAX operators are facing the prospect of having to postpone purchases of WiMAX equipment because of a delay in government surveillance agencies to release guidelines for the monitoring of communications within the WiMAX system. Both Tatung Telecome, WiMAX
Complete Reading

Create Account



Log In Your Account