Silitech predicts robust growth for 2016
February 4, 2016
Silitech Technology, a handset case and keypad maker based in Taiwan, is predicting strong growth in its shipments for 2016. According to the company, they have now established a working relationship with all of the world’s top five mobile phone handset vendor.
Prysmian Goes to Xtreme With New cable
September 19, 2016
Big time high-technology cables player, Prysmian, has announced a new twist in the bend optimized fibres tale.
They are launching an upgraded version of their CasaLight series under the title CasaLightTM Xtreme.
According to the company this new variant of
Sanyo jettisons Kyocera
October 12, 2015
Electronics group Sanyo is close to closing an agreement which would see it’s struggling mobile phone business to Kyocera.
The move comes as part of a larger restructuring scheme currently under way at Sanyo.
Sanyo confirmed on Thursday that Kyocera had priority biding rights
Ofcom pushes for high-speed network
September 27, 2015
Communications regulator, Ofcom, has called on the telecoms industry to invest in next-generation networks to stop the UK falling behind Europe and the US.
The regulator has launched a two-month consultation with the telecoms industry and the public, to gather ideas for
Taiwan’s move to WiMAX underway
January 21, 2016
WiMAX licensee for northern Taiwan, First International Telecom (Fitel) is set to establish its WiMAX infrastructure with an initial purchase of 88 WiMAX base stations.
The 88 base stations, made by Motorola, have cost Fitel an estimated NT$220 million (US$6.8 million), which equates
Belfast becomes wireless city July 10, 2015 Belfast has joined BT’s UK-wide Wireless City programme. BT engineers have now completed the installation of wi-fi equipment in the city and the network will go live shortly. Citizens and visitors to Belfast will have wireless broadband access, no matter where they are in the city centre. Belfast
Falling exchange rates hit Taiwan-based manufacturers
March 5, 2016
Internet communication device makers in Taiwan are expecting revenue falls of 1-3% due to the exchange rate of NT$ to US$ increasing to $30.95. The impact of the rise on profits is not yet clear.
According to D-Link, every one cent increase
Fast4 offers £9.98 ADSL2+ product
March 9, 2016
Fast4 has launched a mixture of ADSL2+ products varying in price from £9.98 to £24.95. These are based upon the wholesale ASDL2+ service from Murphx which is thought to be obtainable on some 800 of the larger exchanges out of a possible 5500 in
Flexi-hours and remote working key to SME success
May 15, 2017
Four in five UK small business owners believe allowing employees to work flexible hours is vital to business success.
In a Citrix Online poll of British SME owners, 84% said offering flexible hours is essential to running a successful business,
NFC technology gets trial in Gothenburg
October 9, 2015
Swedish firm TeliaSonera and partnering with Västtrafik a provider of public transport services in Sweeden to trial near field commutation ( NFC) technology in Gottenbury, Sweeden.
NFC is a technology similar to Bluetooth that works over small distances.
The NFC service