UK Online offers free broadband connection to small businesses August 4, 2015 Sky-owned ISP UK Online is offering a free connection to its ‘up to’ 8Mbps business-strength broadband (ADSL) service to entrepreneurs and small firms who register before 31st August 2015. The deal is being offered as part of UK Online’s commitment to delivering broadband
Ericsson Q2 profits fall 70%
July 23, 2016
Ericsson, one of the biggest telecoms companies in the world, has reported its second quarter results with profits down 70% on year.
Net income for the Sweden-based company – the biggest supplier of wireless networks in the world – fell to 1.9 billion
MTI combats recession with WiMax and RFID products
December 30, 2016
Taiwan-based communications equipment maker, Microelectronics Technology (MTI), has announced new product lines for the first quarter of 2017, including WiMax CPE (customer premises equipment) and RFID (radio frequency identification) readers.
President and CEO Allen Yen said the additional products will
Orange offers free netbook with mobile broadband
August 19, 2016
UK network operator Orange will be offering free netbooks – ultra-mobile laptops with built in 3G connectivity – to its mobile broadband customers.
Orange has signed a deal with Taiwan-based Eee PC maker Asustek, allowing them to give away the Eee
Seneo announces record revenues for 2015
January 16, 2016
Seneo International – a global leader in the design, development and manufacture of networking and communications technology – has announced record non-consolidated revenues of NT $1.93billion (US$60 million) for December 2015. This represents a 42% increase compared to the previous year. They also
ECI launches BroadGate-64 MSPP
March 20, 2017
Israel-based ECI Telecom this week launched the BroadGate-64 (BG-64), a converged packet-TDM micro Multi Service Provisioning Platform (MSPP).
The future proof BG-64 provides 40G of high-capacity with a flexible architecture that supports the full range from pure TDM to pure Ethernet.
Nokia slow to incorporate new chips into production
March 27, 2016
Nokia announced last year that it was planning to start buying chips from a wider range of chip makers. However, as of yet, Nokia have been slow in purchasing new chips, leaving the industry wondering whether or not Nokia will release
Daisy buys out Redstone
August 21, 2017
Telecommunications provider Daisy Group announced that it has purchased Redstone Plc and will be expanding its assets in Lancashire.
The acquisition was completed at a price tag of £17 million.
According to the details of the deal, Daisy Group will not only acquire
Bidders eye up Tech Mahindra
September 9, 2016
A number of potential bidders are eyeing up BT’s stake in its India-based telecoms software company Tech Mahindra.
Private equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. (KKR) are expected to place the highest bid, although at least four other international private equity companies,
Vodafone store to sell mobile apps
May 14, 2017
Vodafone has announced plans to launch a mobile application store in an attempt to emulate the success of Apple’s iPhone app store.
The news follows similar announcements from a host of leading players in mobile telecoms, including Research in Motion (RIM), Nokia,