China’s 0.5 billion mobile phone user-base keeps growing
February 1, 2016
By the end of 2015, the number of subscribers to mobile communications services in China reached 547.29 million, an 18.7% increase on the previous year. This number accounts for 41.6% of China’s population.
Subscriber numbers grew 1.47% in December alone;
Europe fines Telefonica over broadband prices July 9, 2015 Spanish telecoms company Telefonica, which owns O2 in the UK, has been fined a record €152m by the European Commission. The penalty has been levied because the EC believes Telefonica’s broadband wholesale pricing strategy stifled competition. The €152m fine is the highest ever levied in the
DS2s powerline chipset supports LLTD in Windows Vista
January 8, 2016
DS2 has added native support for Microsoft Link Layer Topology Discovery (LLTD) protocol in AITANATM, the latest member of its UPA-compliant 200Mbps powerline communications product family.
AITANATM was announced in September 2015 at Intel Developer Forum and is already
ERF taps well of wireless oil business
August 11, 2016
ERF Wireless is well known as a wireless broadband products and services provider that has traditionally focused on wireless broadband, network integration, triple-play FTTH, IPTV and content delivery business to commercial outlets, many different kinds of businesses and residential use.
M2M communications to soar
September 24, 2017
M2M (machine to machine] communications are expected to triple by 2014 according to a study by ABI research.
M2M technology involves machines communicating with each other via a wireless connection.
The ways this technology could be applied are endless; traffic control for
Telecoms recession overlooks HTC
September 9, 2016
Worldwide recession has hit the telecoms industry hard, with many vendors reporting a fall in sales and a corresponding decline in revenues.
Taiwan-based handset manufacturer High Tech Computer (HTC), however, has bucked the trend, seeing massive growth over the summer with reported August revenues
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EksaIP Big Push at Broadband Business Forum
November 20, 2016
Italian company EksaIP has chosen the upcoming Broadband Business Forum in Rome as the venue for the introduction of its new Fibre Optic Portfolio.
With the adoption of access level 100Mbit connections in Italy, the country has become one of the
AOL’s support for Netscape to end
January 1, 2016
AOL’s support for the Netscape website browser is to come to an end. The browser is built on Mozilla’s Firefox code and includes some useful additional features.
However, owing to a lack of users, the browser will lose the support of
Eseye celebrates growth in M2M communications over cellular network
January 22, 2018
During 2017, Eseye’s interconnect with the Orange GPRS / 3G Network was fully integrated with the Eseye M2M+ platform to give developers and customers a single point for management of communication, network use and the application.