Avenir and 02 in Joined Up Distribution Deal
October 27, 2017
Avenir Telecom a UK-based distributor of business-to-business telecoms services has entered into a partnership with O2.
Avenir will provide O2’s ‘Joined Up’ converged comms solution to its dealer network.
Joined Up provides one single converged solution for all
Arris releases SCTE 130 test results
May 16, 2016
Arris has announced details of its interoperability tests with advertising companies including Atlas, INVIDI and RGB Networks, which were designed to increase the progress of the SCTE 130 (DVS 629) interfaces.
The creation of the SCTE 130 shows the ever and ongoing
Taiwanese 3G provider Vibo expects to double revenues, WiMAX provider Fitel seeks investment
January 29, 2016
Taiwanese 3G provider Vibo Telecom is projecting revenues for 2016 of NT$5.9 billion (US$182 million), which is twice their NT$2.94 billion revenues for 2015. Vito is expecting its number of current 3G subscribers to increase by
Broadband Reach project to connect rural Scotland
October 10, 2015
The Scottish Government has announced a £3.5 million project to extend broadband to parts of Scotland which are currently out of reach of broadband services.
Although broadband availability in Scotland is more than 99%, some remote areas are still unable
Timico renames recent acquisitions
June 10, 2017
Timico plans to strengthen its market position by rebranding recent acquisitions under the Timico brand name.
KeConnect and Twang.net, both acquired by Timico in recent months, are to be renamed Timico, bolstering the overall size and capabilities of the company.
Timico believes that
100,000 sign up to Blyk
April 24, 2016
Blyk, a free mobile network which targets the 16-24 age group has registered over 100,000 members since it was launched in the UK at the end of September 2015.
The company did not expect to achieve the 100,000 target until October, but
EU agrees on telecoms rules
November 6, 2017
MEPs and EU governments have agreed a new set of rule designed to encourage innovation and investment in the telecoms industry.
The package clarifies the position regarding the right of ISPs to restrict a customer’s internet access if they are believed to
Health Protection Agency to study Wi-Fi safety
October 15, 2015
The Health Protection Agency is to launch an investigation into the health effects of Wi-Fi networks in places such as schools, homes and offices.
Although the Agency stresses that there is currently no scientific evidence that Wi-Fi and WLANs have
LTE mobile broadband standard approved by 3GPP
January 25, 2016
The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) has approved the final set of specifications for the Long Term Evolution (LTE) data standard, a next-generation (4G) mobile broadband standard.
The 4G standard is expected to be rolled-out commercially in 2018. It is
Android’s OHA garners big name support
December 11, 2016
The Open Handset Alliance (OHA) signed up 14 new members this week, including Sony Ericsson and Vodafone.
This is good news for the OHA – the supporters’ club for Google’s Android operating system.
It shows that the assocation is starting to