BT wins IP telephony contract for Birmingham PCT
October 5, 2015
BT will be hosting the IP telephony services for the Heart of Birmingham Teaching Primary Care Trust across the NHS national broadband network as part of the National Programme for Information Technology.
The NHS national broadband network (N3) will manage
Ofcom appeals against Information Commissioner ruling
March 5, 2016
Telecoms regulator, Ofcom, has updated the information on its Sitefinder website, which provides information about every mobile phone mast in the UK, including the names of operators, locations and power levels.
However, the regulator is appealing to the High Court, against
Google could bid for UK wireless spectrum
September 24, 2015
According to a report in the Guardian, Google could bid for wireless spectrum in the UK if Ofcom liberalises the 900MHz and 1,800MHz frequencies.
The regulator is considering the possibility of liberalising the wireless spectrum to accelerate the roll-out of
Synnex issuing US$200 million in new shares
March 24, 2016
Taiwan’s biggest 3C (communications, computers, and consumer electronics) provider, Synnex Technology International, is issuing new shares to increase its paid-in capital by an estimated NT$6.0 billion (US$196 million). The shares will either be issued in Taiwan, or overseas through depository receipts.
OFCOM could allow UK Broadband to offer WiMax June 18, 2015 Ofcom – the UK Office of Communications – is proposing to amend the Wireless Telegraphy Act licence held by UK Broadband Ltd in order to allow the company to provide mobile WiMax services across the UK. WiMax, which stands for Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave
Scottish and Southern Energy in Arrangement with BT Wholesale
February 11, 2016
The BT Wholesale managed services division appears primed for an additional boost after the pronouncement of a three year deal with Scottish & Southern Energy (SSE).
The deal is for BT Wholesale to supply integrated voice and broadband services
ISPs make “far fetched” speed claims
August 14, 2017
Broadband companies have only themselves to blame for growing customer dissatisfaction, an industry expert claimed this week.
Chris Marling, editor of Broadband Genie, said download speeds promised by broadband providers are often “far fetched”.
“As is so often the case, there
EU demands full independence of Polish telecoms
February 1, 2016
Poland is to be taken to the European Court of Justice as legislative changes introduced in August 2006 still do not ensure the full independence of the Polish regulator.
The country’s telecoms regulator has been accused of a continued lack
MediaTek and CTTL to co-operate on TD-SCDMA
January 19, 2017
Shares in MediaTek jumped 5.26% today, following reports that it has signed a strategic alliance agreement with China Telecommunication Technology Labs (CTTL).
Mobile phone testing laboratory CTTL is part of China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
Under the agreement,
TP launches broadband in East Poland
October 5, 2015
Telekomunikacja Polska has announced that it is launching a broadband service which will cover rural homes in areas of Eastern Poland.
The company is working in conjunction with the Ministery of Regional Development and local government to build the high speed network