Asustek to release 3G Qualcomm based handsets
March 11, 2016
Asustek to release Qualcomm based handsets
Asustek Computer will release its first Qualcomm-based 3G handset by the end of the year having started to work alongside Qualcomm on product development.
Qualcomm and Asustek recently signed a licensing agreement that allows
WiMAX arrives in America
September 30, 2016
WiMax has arrived in the US, with telecoms company Sprint unveiling the price plan for its next generation XOHM WiMax service.
Although WiMax is already available in some areas of the US, Sprint is the first service to make WiMax laptop modems available.
Matrix Analyzer 3 launched by Comintell
March 29, 2016
A patented software tool for searching and visualising unstructured information has been released by Comintell. The tool can be used for creating competitor comparisons, SWOT analysis, competitive intelligence reports, media analysis, and trend spotting.
Matrix Analyzer 3 automatically categorises incoming content
Virgin Media plans broadband upgrade
January 28, 2016
Virgin Media has announced a major upgrade of its broadband service, which will start next month and should be completed by late summer.
Customers on the company’s ‘L’ tariff will receive a free upgrade from 4 to 10 Mbps, which will allow
What Does The Future Hold For UWB
March 2, 2017
Contrary to a lot of rumours that Ultra Wideband (UWB) is in its death throes, pioneering UWB company Staccato Communications has just received official WiMedia certification for its new Spectrum Extension Release specification (SER).
The rumours stem from the recent closure
Is the party over for RF Power Semiconductor?
August 12, 2016
The RF power semiconductor devices market has been in decline for sometime and there seems to be no reason to think that the trend will improve in the long or short term.
There is now very little activity in new
Vodafone’s UK revenues fall
July 24, 2017
Vodafone’s organic revenue fell 4.7% in the UK, in the quarter ended 30 June 2017.
This was partly due to the recession and also because consumers are taking advantage of the lower prices available with bundled service packages.
The company warned that
Broadband unavailable for business in rural Wales June 10, 2015 Ofcom’s ‘Communications Market Report for Wales’ highlights major strides in providing broadband connectivity to people in Wales, but a Welsh MP has warned that many business in rural Wales are still having to work without broadband access. Ofcom recorded a 68% increase in broadband penetration
19 million new broadband lines in Europe in 2015
March 19, 2016
The 13th Progress Report on the Single Telecoms Market, issued by the European Commission, has revealed that 19 million new broadband lines were added in EU countries during 2015, equivalent to more than 50,000 households every day.
Report identifies last-mile WiMAX as alternative to DSL
April 2, 2016
Juniper Research predicts that WiMax 802.16e could be used to deliver local loop broadband connectivity to 47 million people within five years, providing an alternative ‘last mile’ technology to DSL broadband.
The report by Howard Wilcox, called ‘The Last