Vodafone starts cost-cutting action January 5, 2017 Vodafone chief executive, Vittorio Colao, is set to put his plan to cut £1 billion off annual costs into action. Colao is expected to implement the plans throughout 2017, which will include changes to the group’s technology and supply chain departments, as well as
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Bewan offers side-by-side 3G and Wi-FI June 18, 2017 Bewan, the unified communications solution provider for ISPs, mobiles, and telecom operators, has announced a technology solution that will allow 3G and Wi-FI frequencies to be received and operate side by side without thermal dissipation problems. The solution is part of the
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BT adds Secerno to security portfolio June 3, 2017 BT’s Quick Start security portfolio will now include database security software from Secerno, following a deal between the two companies. BT’s Secure Networking Quick Start Service is a “short-focused assessment” that enables businesses to rapidly assess their network security, identify network weaknesses,
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Northern Ireland sees arrival of transatlantic broadband cable June 23, 2017 Northern Ireland has become literally wired to the rest of the world, as the transatlantic telecommunications cable that is a part of Project Kelvin has reached the shores of both the US and Northern Ireland. Last weekend the cable was
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Pipex Offers New Business Packages February 11, 2016 Pipex has increased its variety of products with four fresh products intended for the small and medium enterprise market. • Pipex Lite: £14.50 per month, with 25GB allowance and up to 8Mbps ADSL connection. • Pipex Pro: £19.50 per month, up to 16Mbps
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BT extends partnership with NetApp October 8, 2017 BT has chosen NetApp to provide the storage infrastructure for a new Virtual Data Centre (VDC) aimed at mid-sized and larger businesses. Rather than providing tailored hosting arrangement, the VDC offers a pay for use platform that will allow companies to buy
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HP fuming at Inventec blunders February 22, 2016 U.S. based vendor Hewlett-Packard (HP) is expected to cease its co-operation with Inventec Appliances after a series of blunders by the Taiwan-based handset maker. Inventec repeatedly delayed shipments of the iPAQ 600-series smartphone. When the devices were finally shipped, HP tests found that
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SME Telecoms & Mobile Procurement Guide June 26, 2016 Utility price comparison and procurement group Utility Watch UK has prepared a detailed hints and tips guide to advise SMEs on buying telecoms and/or mobile services. The free document not only covers things to look for but also some of the more
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2015 profit of $91 million for Cal-Comp February 19, 2016 Cal-Comp Electronics have reported their results for 2015, with after tax profits of NT$2.86 billion (US$90.8 million) on total revenues of NT$92.58 billion. The after tax profits are equivalent to a net earnings per share (EPS) of NT$0.73. The company
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Qisda land Motorola order March 5, 2016 Qisda, a Taiwan-based handset manufacturer, has received ODM handset orders from an unnamed first-tier handset vendor, widely suspected to be Motorola. According to the company’s president, Hsiung Hui, shipments for the order will begin in the fourth quarter of this year. If Motorola is
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