Bluetooth Will Become All Things to all Users September 11, 2016 Bluetooth has always been seen as the ubiquitous hand held device which is aimed at being all things to all users, but it has always had the drawback of not being very good at handling decent amounts of data. In a
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BT offers international Wi-Fi vouchers November 6, 2015 BT has become the first Wi-Fi provider to offer a range of international Wi-Fi vouchers, which allow travellers to make calls and download data from Wi-Fi hotspots around the world. The vouchers provide 500 minutes of Wi-Fi access for £28 in the
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Salira allow effective FTTx June 13, 2016 Salira Systems, Inc’s new release of the DOCSIS over EPON solution will allow effective FTTx offerings from cable operators. The DePON™ solution will be used to migrate fiber-based networks. The new solution differs from the traditional HFC-based solutions due to its power to
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Qosmos ixEngine and ixMachine Launch June 11, 2016 Qosmos, based in Paris, have released new software and related appliances, which will see the addition of information extraction to Deep Packet Inspection, enabling network operators to locate security threats, or assess quality. The new product line will allow IP networks to be
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GSMA calls for spectrum ‘refarm’ June 26, 2015 The GSM Association (GSMA), a global trade association for GSM operators, has renewed calls for GSM radio frequencies to be opened up for the delivery of 3G data. According to a report from analyst Ovum, which was commissioned by the GSMA, ‘refarming’ the spectrum to allow 3G
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Vodafone set to restructure European roaming fees May 26, 2017 Due to a lack of customer interest, Vodafone Business has decided to remove its current mobile broadband packages for overseas mobile use from the market. Vodafone said that new tariffs for roaming will be announced in a few days. The
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People would prefer a phone number for life August 25, 2017 Four in five telecoms users would prefer to keep their telephone number for life, even when moving overseas, new research has discovered. The poll by Voxbone found 82% of telephone users would like a single number that stays with them
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US broadband stimulus favours net neutrality July 6, 2017 US broadband providers looking to take a slice of the government’s $7.2 billion broadband stimulus package will have to sign up to net neutrality regulations, the Obama administration ruled this week. Companies that win grants to build new broadband infrastructure will have
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