UK in broadband slow-lane July 18, 2015 The UK is in the slow-lane when it comes to broadband speed according to a new study from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) – the OECD Communications Outlook 2015 report. The OECD placed the UK 16th out of its 30 member countries, in terms of
Ofcom offers incentives for BT fibre rollout
July 8, 2016
Communications regulator, Ofcom, seems to have suggested that it would allow BT to capitalise on an investment in a next generation broadband network.
BT has held off investing in fibre-to-the-home, because existing regulations would require it to give competitors equal
Orange to sell handsets in HMV stores
May 1, 2017
Orange has announced plans to sell handsets in HMV’s network of music and video stores.
The operator said working with HMV will enable it to better reach its target demographic.
“Moving beyond mobile and into media and entertainment is a
Streamezzo Release Skinnable Application Suite
July 9, 2016
Better known for their Universal Software Platform(tm), which is used to combat mobile industry fragmentation, Streamezzo have released details on their new Streamezzo Skinnable Application Suite(tm), which will allow a new form of development for Mobile Services.
Four applications have been released by
Eight of the top ten LTE equipment vendors use Capesso
February 5, 2018
Symena, the market leader in automatic cell planning (ACP) tools, announced today that it has delivered Capesso™ LTE to eight of the top ten LTE equipment vendors for use in designing the next generation of radio networks.
CHT profits down 50%
March 11, 2016
Chunghwa Telecom (CHT) has announced that its net profit estimates for February indicate a 47.4% on year drop. The estimate of NT$1.92 billion is equivalent to a net earnings per share (net EPS) of NT$0.21.
CHT have blamed the fall in profits for February
Broadband reliability and service more important than speed
December 5, 2015
A study conducted by UK Online has revealed that broadband service and reliability are more important to small businesses than the speed of supply. When choosing a broadband supplier, reliability is considered to be the most important factor.
MIPS and Intrinsyc Software partner on 3.5G
February 10, 2018
MIPS Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: MIPS), a leading provider of industry-standard processor architectures and cores, and Intrinsyc Software International, Inc. (TSX: ICS), a leading provider of software solutions for mobile devices, today announced they are working together to bring 3.5G functionality to