Virtual Fridge Notes application for iPhone
June 24, 2017
Ip.access announced today that it will use the Femtocells World Summit to show the capabilities of its “Virtual Fridge Notes” application, designed for use with the iPhone, during the live session of the event.
The ‘Fridge’ app uses femtocells to send a
Mobile operators angered by EU price-cut proposals
June 27, 2016
Mobile phone networks across Europe have reacted with anger at European commission proposals to cut cross network call costs by up to 70%.
EU telecoms commissioner Viviane Reding yesterday proposed that termination rates should be cut by 70% to reduce the
Japanese ISP offers download of DVD-quality films
September 29, 2015
In Japan, standard internet connections are fast enough to deliver more than most people use. Average ADSL download speeds are in the region of 50Mbit/s, and fibre connections are often twice that speed.
To take advantage of this bandwidth advantage,
New EU telecoms body starts work
January 28, 2018
A new EU body tasked with boosting the EU single market for telecoms has met for the first time today.
Malcolm Harbour, the chairman of the European Parliament’s internal market committee for the European Conservatives and Reformists group was present at
Hay Systems 2.75G Femtocell Project
June 26, 2016
HSL, or Hay Systems Ltd, have announced details of a development project they have embarked on, the 2.75G Femtocell.
Details have been released by HSL, which include the physical appearance of the product, which they hope will be available late 2016, the managed
Vodafone launches USB 3G modem stick
January 15, 2016
Vodafone has launched a USB 3G modem the size of a flash drive, which can access the company’s HSUPA mobile broadband service which was launched last December.
The Huawei E172 modem was developed through a partnership with the Chinese telecoms equipment
Growth of e-shopping in Belarus
March 25, 2016
According to a report by E-Belarus.org, the Belarusian Ministry of Trade is recording a growth in e-commerce in Belarus. The number of Belarusian businesses using the internet as a means of trading is increasing by approximately 100 shops per year.
Juniper predicts 50% growth in China, and moves production to Taiwan
February 18, 2016
Networking products vendor Juniper Networks is predicting that sales of its business use networking products will increase by 50% this year in the Greater China area.
Eric Lin, the company’s manager in Taiwan, made the prediction. He
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First Cymru adds in-vehicle broadband from Moovera
February 25, 2016
First Cymru, a division of FirstGroup Plc, has choosen Moovera Networks’ technology to provide broadband Internet connectivity and GPS-based vehicle tracking on its bus services in Wales.
First Cymru’s Shuttle100 fleet, which runs between Swansea and Cardiff, has been equipped