Can Micowave, Satellite & E-Band Backhaul work?
July 31, 2017
The Micowave, Satellite & E-Band Backhaul: Growth Prospects has been released: a study on the new developments in these sectors and the current market opportunities for growth in these areas.
It also discusses vendors’ responses to customers’ needs and the demand
Wi-Fi Alliance defends certification of 802.11n equipment June 20, 2015 In an interview with ZDNet.co.uk Mr Frank Haznlik, the managing director of the Wi-Fi Alliance defended the organisation’s decision to certify 802.11n equipment before the wi-fi standard is finalised. The alliance is a global, non-profit organization which certifies wireless devices that implement the universal IEEE
Azzurri chooses Sorrento to increase fibre bandwidth
March 20, 2017
UK-based Azzurri Communications has agreed to supply its clients with technology designed by Denver-based Sorrento Networks.
Azzurri will use Sorrento’s technology to deliver more high-bandwidth applications and services over fiber optic networks.
Azzurri will use Sorrento’s metro optical access solutions
Carphone Warehouse casts doubts about high speed broadband.
October 11, 2015
Carphone warehouse questioned the merits of investing in a high-speed broadband network.
The company questioned whether the public demand was high enough to justify the massive investment required.
Carphone Warehouse’s shares went up as they announced a rise in profits due
HTC on track to hit growth targets
November 3, 2016
Taiwan-based smartphone maker High Tech Computer (HTC) announced on Friday that it expects fourth quarter and whole year revenues for 2016 to both increase by at least 20% on year.
HTC, whose products offer strong competition to Apple’s iPhone and RIM’s
30% share price correction for Orise and Sitronix
January 18, 2016
LCD driver IC design houses Orise Technology and Sitronix Technology have predicted a 10-15% sequential drop in first-quarter sales. Both companies share prices have undergone a correction of over 30% recently due to projected sluggish demand from white-box handset customers in
HTC ousted from Sony Ericsson Xperia partnership
January 2, 2017
Sony Ericsson’s much anticipated smartphone, the Xperia X2, will not be manufactured by Taiwan-based High Tech Computer (HTC).
HTC was chosen to manufacture the Xperia X1, predecessor to the X2, but has now been ousted from the partnership with Sony Ericsson.
UK operators offered indefinite 3G licenses
January 26, 2017
Mobile operators will be allowed to keep their 3G licences indefinitely if they agree to new spending plans outlined by communications minister Lord Carter.
The offer is designed to placate concerns that a universal obligation to provide every home with 2Mbps broadband