Ofcom extends rural wireless broadband June 10, 2015 Ofcom has introduced new regulations which could extend wireless broadband access to more of the UK, including rural areas. The regulations cover the 5.8 GHz band, which is currently used by a number of operators to provide fixed wireless broadband services in the UK. The new regulations
Taiwan to Intel: ‘We never needed you anyway’
February 22, 2016
Taiwan’s Affairs Minister Steve Chen has commented that Taiwan doesn’t need Intel’s support to establish a WiMAX network. The comment comes after Intel backed-out of investing in Taiwan-based WiMAX operators and decided to invest in Japan’s KDDI technology instead.
ETNA project approved
May 28, 2016
The ETNA, has received approval from the European Commission, to begin its ETNA project, analyzing, designing and validating future metro and core networks.
ETNA aim to produce a model for a low cost network, capable of serving millions, and providing a reliable source for current
Intellon fastest growing wired-communications chip provider
May 20, 2017
Powerline communications provider Intellon was the faster growing supplier of wired-communications chips during 2016, according to the Linley Group.
Intellon, which provides equipment to turn electrical wiring into a wired network, has so far shipped over 28 million HomePlug-compatible integrated circuits (ICs)
Colt appoints Randery as head of global business
June 22, 2017
Business communications provider Colt Telecom has appointed Tanuja Randery to take charge of Global Business and the Major Enterprise Division in the UK and Ireland.
In her new position, Randery will spearhead the development of Colt’s business with its largest
WiMax enabled laptops unveiled
October 10, 2016
Now that Sprint’s XOHM WiMax network has launched in Baltimore, computer makers are looking to capitalise by releasing WiMax enabled laptops.
Lenovo is adding WiMax capabilities to its ThinkPad and IdeaPad notebook computers – which will be targeted at all types of users, including
Apple goes Orange in France
October 16, 2015
Orange France, has won the contract to be the exclusive carrier of the Apple iPhone in France. The phone is due to launch in the European country on November 29th.
The iPhone is a combination of a number of products into one handset.
Hogg Robinson reports video conferencing growth
June 5, 2016
Travel company, Hogg Robinson, has noted an increase in video conferencing among companies trying to cut costs in response to the current crisis in global financial markets.
In its recent trading results, Hogg Robinson identified a significant reduction in foreign travel