Salira unveils Flexible Multi-Wavelength Solution
May 20, 2016
Salira Systems, Inc. EPON vendor with MEF Carrier Ethernet certification, has announced that the company will unveil a new flexible multi-wavelength EPON solution during the Cable Show in New Orleans.
Branded the MW-PON, the new solution will enable carriers and operators to utilize
ISPs add to consumers’ wi-fi concerns July 12, 2015 According to a survey by BroadbandChoices.co.uk, many broadband users in the UK shy away from going wireless because of unfounded worries about the technology. BroadbandChoices.co.uk believes that Internet Service Providers should stop marketing wireless broadband, or WiFi, as if it is a totally separate service from
MTI decline to comment on record March
March 28, 2016
Microelectronics Technology (MTI), a Taiwan-based manufacturer of telecoms equipment, is projecting an increase in revenues for the second quarter.
MTI is projecting second quarter revenues to exceed both first quarter revenues, and to exceed the second quarter revenues for 2015. The
Millenicom Call by Call service to run on DIGITALK
March 24, 2017
Telecoms provider, Millenicom, has announced that its new Call by Call service will be hosted by Deutsche Telekom, using the DIGITALK Multiservice Platform.
Virtual network Millenicom has offered alternative telecoms services in Germany for a decade, and the Call
Motorola wins $30m Indian airport contract
September 10, 2016
Motorola has won a contract worth $20-30 million at three of India’s international airports.
The Indian unit of the telecoms multinational will provide digital and radio communications services at Dehli, Bangalore, and Hyderabad airports for the next five years.
InVueTXT selects TynTec for SMS service
July 1, 2016
TynTec, the mobile messaging company, has secured a deal to provide global SMS delivery services for InVueTXT.
inVueTXT will use TynTec’s service to deliver low-cost but guaranteed delivery SMS messages to Eastern Europe, Africa and India.
To access the service,
Huawei to deploy WiMax network in Bulgaria
January 8, 2016
Huawei Technologies Co Ltd has secured a contract with Bulgarian telecoms operator, TransTelecom, to deploy a commercial WiMAX network in the business districts of the country’s major cities, including Sofia and Varna.
Huawei will deploy an end-to-end WiMAX network on
Belgacom selects Alcatel-Lucent to provide VDSL2 network
October 16, 2015
Belgium based Belgacom has chosen Alcatel-Lucent as it’s supplier for it’s fibre-to-the-node VDSL2 network.
The deal will allow Belgacom to provide triple-play services, this includes multiple IPTV channels simultaneously on a multiple of TV sets and High definition TV in Belgium.
HwaCom-Asustek secure consecutive order from CHT
February 18, 2016
HwaCom Systems, a Taiwan-based integrator, together with their hardware partner Asustek Computer, have landed an order of 180,000 set-top boxes (STBs) from Chunghwa Telecom (CHT).
This order follows a contract that HwaCom-Asustek signed with CHT in late January for the supply of
UK company brings broadcast TV to Chinese laptops
December 4, 2016
Hampshire-based fabless receiver chip maker, Mirics Semiconductor, has joined forces with Shanghai-based Spreadtrum Communications to bring broadcast TV direct to Chinese laptops.
The new technology will combine Mirics’s FlexiTV tuner with Spreadtrum’s decoder to receive signals on the China Multimedia