New payment plans create price war in Macedonia
November 12, 2015
Following the granting of a licence in March 2015, Vip Macedonia, the Croatian mobile unit of Telekom Austria, launched operations in Macedonia in September. The company paid €10m for the licence and has invested a further €50m in developing its
Cisco announces next-gen ISR router
October 21, 2017
Following the long-term success of its G1 Integrated Service Router Cisco is now releasing the G2, which will provide enhanced capabilities for video-conferencing and virtualised services.
The new routers include a video-ready media engine, scalable audio-conferencing, up to 1 terabyte of video
Ofcom launches spectrum auction for digital services
December 13, 2015
Ofcom has launched a multi-billion pound auction of radio spectrum, in preparation for the expected introduction of new digital services.
The switchover from analogue to digital TV, which started in Whitehaven, Cumbria, in October, will free up spectrum for alternative
Warner Music signs agreement with 7digital.com
March 9, 2016
For a number of people the most irritating issue when buying music online is that it frequently comes with some form of Digital Rights Management (DRM) which can limit what people do with the music. The major disadvantage to this is that material
Cambridge Broadband launches blog
July 2, 2016
Cambridge Broadband networks have launched a blog which allows users to raise and discuss issues on the subject of backhaul, which accounts for 30 per cent of expenses, at $20 billion.
The forum is aimed at professionals within the industry, including mobile operators, analysts
Lower prices pushing Wi-Fi spread
August 26, 2017
Wireless broadband is able to make a large impact on the home internet market because of the low prices that it can be utilised for.
Techworld, an IT specialist, stated that the market is currently opening up now that users can browse the
Radio Frequency Systems wins EMMY award
January 13, 2017
Wireless infrastructure specialist, Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), has won an EMMY, the TV industry’s highest honour, for its work on ‘adjacent channel combiners’ for TV broadcasting.
RFS’s technology allows digital and analog systems to run concurrently during TV’s digital switchover, eliminating
Nokia plans to transform travel guides
August 21, 2016
Tourists looking for local attractions or lost in a big city may no longer have to search out the nearest bookshop as travel guides are being made available for mobile download.
In an announcement that could reshape the future of travel, Nokia
Expansion of Swisscom’s HSPA network
November 2, 2015
Swisscom, Switzerland’s leading telecoms company, is planning to expand its mobile data network, and it is estimated that the company will have invested tens of millions of francs in its mobile broadband network by the middle of 2016.
Starting in the middle
European broadband infrastructure nears capacity July 9, 2015 New research from Frost & Sullivan warns that growing demand for bandwith across Europe will stretch existing broadband services to the limit. Demand is being driven by the increasing popularity of high-bandwith applications such as high definition-video and the convergence of telecoms technologies. In Europe, broadband is