CIP launches 100Gbps 2R regenerator
March 24, 2017
UK-based telecoms equipment maker, CIP Technologies, has released a 100Gbps version of its 2R (reamplification and reshaping) regenerator for optical networks.
The device regenerates RZ (return to zero) signals in high-speed optical networks.
It integrates an array of the company’s high speed
The Cloud chooses Interxion for colocation services
July 9, 2017
Interxion announced this week that it has been selected by W-iFi hotspot provider The Cloud to provide colocation services in London and Stockholm.
The Netherlands-based provider of carrier-neutral data centres was chosen by The Cloud to deliver colocation facilities with high-density
TeleWare wins ‘Vehicle Services Innovation Award’
June 22, 2017
TeleWare announced today that it is the recipient of the Global Business Telecom ‘Vehicle Services Innovation Award’ for the new vehicle emergency mobile networks that it supplies via its partner, Excelerate Technology.
TeleWare is known as a leader of intelligent applications that
Carphone Warehouse enters Irish broadband market
November 8, 2015
Mobile phone retailer, Carphone Warehouse, is expanding into the broadband market in Ireland with the launch of TalkTalk, its consumer telephone business, in the country.
Carphone Warehouse plans to launch TalkTalk Broadband products before Christmas, to both new and existing TalkTalk
Openwave monitors and monetises mobile data traffic
June 3, 2017
Openwave Systems yesterday launched version 7 of its mobile analytics tool.
Openwave Mobile Analytics 7.0 enables operators to track subscriber use of mobile broadband, including peak usage times and data consumption patterns.
Openwave said by using its solution operators can
2015 profits of NT$4 billion for Compal
March 5, 2016
Compal Communications have reported 2015 after-tax profits of NT$3.96 billion (US$127.3 million) on revenues of NT$48.74 billion. This is equivalent to NT$7.05 per share.
The company will be giving out dividends of $4.5 per share, made up of NT$4 in cash
LG joins forces with Microsoft
November 6, 2016
Mobile phone maker LG Electronics and software developers Microsoft have signed a pledge to work together developing mobile communications technology.
Microsoft’s Window’s Mobile operating system has struggled to match up to the Kudos of its PC-based siblings such as XP and Vista.
Vodafone agrees final terms with Vodacom
November 7, 2016
Vodafone has agreed terms to take control of South African mobile network Vodacom, ending months of negotiations and speculation.
The world’s biggest mobile phone group will buy an extra 15% stake in Vodacom.
Added to its current 50% stake, this gives
CHT chooses Alcatel-Lucent and Ericsson for network upgrade
February 10, 2017
Alcatel-Lucent has been selected to deploy Taiwan’s first ever advanced optical multi-service network on behalf of Chunghwa Telecom (CHT).
The project is part of CHT’s five year plan to roll-out a next-generation network (NGN).
The optical network will be
Centennial Wireless expand into All-IP Network
August 26, 2016
Redback Networks Inc., are a highly reputable company who strive to develop IP based routers and switches, and have a worldwide coverage in excess of 75 percent, mainly due to being able to brand themselves as an Ericsson company.
A recent announcement