Nokia invests $75m in Indian manufacturing plant
December 7, 2015
Nokia is investing approximately $75m towards its manufacturing plant in Sriperumbudur, Chennai, India, in 2016. The investment is geared towards enhancing the capacity of the manufacturing plant to cater to the burgeoning need of the Indian and other emerging markets.
Phorm spurns UK
September 26, 2017
Following BT’s rejection of the targeted advertising firm, Phorm has turned its attention overseas.
The company has found the UK market tough, with deals with both BT and Talk Talk breaking down, and Virgin Media continuing to evaluate its technology.
Phorm’s targeted advertising
Tiscali confirms BskyB takeover rumours
November 4, 2016
Italy-based broadband provider Tiscali has seen its share price soar after giving official confirmation that it is in merger talks with BSkyB.
If negotiations prove successful, BSkyB will take over Tiscali’s UK broadband business for an estimated £450 million.
Tiscali’s share price
RadioFrame pushes MC-Series Basestations
August 22, 2016
RadioFrame Networks is to initiate a more intensified sales and marketing intuitive to boost its small footprint, low-cost wireless base stations and MC-Series product portfolio for iDEN operators.
The MC-Series base stations, which are already in use with iDEN networks globally, are apparently producing
Vodafone blasted for talking too fast
September 15, 2016
Vodafone has again crossed swords with the UK Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) – this time for talking too fast in a radio advert.
The commercial in question advertised Vodafone’s unlimited package, which offers customers unlimited calls, text messages and internet access.
CommProve and Telecom 180 in South African deal
October 9, 2016
Telecom 180 is a NGN (Next Generation Network) company which provides technologies and solutions for the telecommunications (ICT) industry.
It is also what is known as a “Black Empowerment company”, which means it has a special emphasis on employing and
Ofcom updates mobile number porting rules
November 29, 2015
Telecoms regulator, Ofcom, has introduced new rules which will make it easier for mobile phone users to keep their phone number if they move to a different provider.
Under the new regulations, consumers will be able to receive calls on their
60% not happy with broadband speeds
June 24, 2017
ISPreview.co.uk’s latest survey found that out of 774 respondents, 58.6% of were not happy with their current broadband speeds and over fifty percent would be willing to pay extra if they could access increased speeds.
Editor of ISPreview.co.uk, Mark Jackson, commented that
Free music downloads for TDC’s Danish customers
April 1, 2016
TDC, a Danish telco is introducing an unlimited music download service, developed exclusively, as added-value for its customers. TDC Play, previously known as UMAP (Unlimited Music On All Platforms), is a web and wap download service.
The service is accessible
Actix adds support for HSPA+/Evolved networks
June 2, 2017
Actix has upgraded its Actix Analyzer and Actix Spotlight monitoring solutions to cover HSPA+/Evolved networks.
The troubleshooting and optimisation solutions provided by Actix are now available on HSPA+/Evolved networks in addition to 3GPP HSDPA/HSUPA networks.
HSPA+/Evolved networks provide nearly double the