New gateways for small businesses from Pirelli Broadband October 9, 2015 The Discus DSBG Series, a new line of business-class routers, will be introduced by Pirelli Broadband Solutions at the Broadband World Forum Europe 2015 conference and exhibition in Berlin. Pirelli Broadband Solutions, a new company within the Pirelli Group,
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Aspen System 50% Cheaper Than Fibre Optic November 6, 2016 Fibre optic networks are continuing to expand at a rapid pace, but the truth is that for the foreseeable future the majority of the world’s classic telephone and broadband users are connected via copper cables. Many network devices purchased over the
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MSI to launch 3.5G netbook October 20, 2016 Netbook makers Micro-Star International (MSI) have announced a successor to the popular MSI Wind U90. The new Wind U120 will incorporate a built-in 3.5G mobile broadband card and run on Microsoft’s Windows XP operating system. Hardware includes Intel’s Atom N270 processor, 1GB
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Roamware keeps tabs on travellers’ broadband June 3, 2017 Consumers who use mobile broadband abroad can suffer from “bill shock” when they discover how much it has cost them. In an effort to combat these unexpected roaming costs, as of 1 July the EU will require operators to improve transparency of
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Vodafone ends Carphone commission dispute July 3, 2017 Vodafone has agreed to sell its contract phones in Carphone Warehouse stores, three years after it pulled the handsets off the retailer’s shelves. The UK’s second biggest mobile operator stopped Carphone Warehouse selling its pay monthly phones in 2006 after a dispute over
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Silitech profits reach record high March 28, 2016 Silitech Technology, Taiwan-based manufacturer of handset keypads, has reported its results for 2015. After tax profits were up 23% compared to 2006, reaching a record NT$1.29 billion (US$43 million). This is equivalent to NT$8.56 per share. Gross margin for the year also increased,
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ISPA welcomes Digital Britain Review June 18, 2017 The recent announcement that the Government considers the internet an integral part of modern society was embraced by the Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA) of UK, as it welcomed the Digital Britain report as a sign that the Government has finally recognised the importance
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London leads the way with wi-fi June 19, 2015 A new security report by the RSA, a US research organisation, identifies London as a leader in providing wi-fi access. The report was the RSA’s 6th annual survey. The RSA looked at the growth of wi-fi in London, Paris and New York and found that wireless access
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O2 launches mobile broadband service April 21, 2016 O2 has launched a mobile broadband service, giving its customers internet access from a laptop over 3G or Wi-Fi via a plug-in USB modem, which will automatically connect to the fastest available network. O2 Mobile Broadband is available to existing O2 customers
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Vodafone storms out as demand outstrips supply November 24, 2016 Vodafone chief executive, Vittorio Colao, has warned that the company is struggling to keep up with demand for the new Blackberry Storm smartphone. The Storm is Blackberry’s first ever touch screen interface smartphone. Vodafone has exclusive sale rights to the
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