3G Femtocell Developer Kit Available From ip.access
February 5, 2018
ip.access, the leading developer of femtocell and picocell solutions, today announced the availability of a 3G Femtocell Developer Kit.
The kit enables system integrators to build specialist applications using ip.access’ multi-award winning Oyster 3G femtocell technology.
Femtocells are increasingly
Long-distance services in Russia from Orange in 2016
November 10, 2015
Orange, the main brand of France Telecom, has been awarded dialling codes to provide domestic and international long-distance services in the fast-growing Russian telecoms market. This represents the final step before the granting of a full licence that will allow
Orange implements VAT cut two days early
November 28, 2016
Mobile operator Orange has announced that it will be introducing the Chancellor’s 2.5% VAT cut two days early in its retail stores.
Starting tomorrow, Orange will charge VAT at 15%, with prices rounded down to the nearest £0.50.
Ofcom condemns broadband providers over download speeds
July 29, 2017
Ofcom has slammed UK broadband providers for exaggerating the download speeds advertised to customers.
Research by the telecoms regulator found the average household receives broadband at 4.1Mbps, compared to the advertised average of 7.1Mbps.
Fewer than 10% of households signed
Advertised broadband speeds criticised by Which? August 3, 2015 The consumer group Which? has criticised the broadband speeds advertised by ISPs, and has called on Ofcom and Trading Standards to investigate because the actual performance received often falls considerably below this. Which? members subscribing to an ‘up to’ 8Mbps broadband product found that they were
US Seek $100 Billion to Deliver Fibre to Home
February 1, 2016
EDUCAUSE, who attempt to promote higher education in the US, have published a report estimating that delivery of 100Mbps broadband connection to homes and businesses in the US using a fibre connection could cost up to $100 billion.
Sony Ericsson reports difficult Q3
October 21, 2016
Handset maker, Sony Ericsson, has reported its results for the third quarter, revealing the worst quarterly performance for five years.
Worldwide sales of Sony Ericsson’s handsets fell 10% on year, resulting in a quarterly net loss of €25 million.
This is compared
UK femtocell developer backed by Google July 20, 2015 Ubiquisys Ltd has secured $25m funding from Google and other backers to support the development of its femtocell technology which improves 3G mobile voice calls and Internet access inside buildings. The femtocell device works by connecting to a resident’s home broadband network to boost 3G coverage
Avanti offers emergency broadband back up
December 12, 2016
Companies losing their internet connection may become a thing of the past due to a new broadband satellite product released this week by Avanti.
Avanti’s Business Internet Connectivity (BIC) product -the first of its kind in the world – was released in
Telefonica claims 260 million customers
October 31, 2017
Spain-based Telefonica SA has expanded its global customer base to over 260 million, compared with 242.2 million at the end of June.
Telefonica is Spain’s largest telecommunications company by market value and customers.
It is about to embark on a rebranding