Taiwan’s WiMax future in doubt
October 6, 2016
Telecoms operators in Taiwan have warned that WiMax could prove too costly to install and may not work in built-up areas.
Last week, Taiwan’s six WiMax service providers considered teaming up to buy WiMax equipment in bulk as a way of reducing costs.
Jupiter Research predicts two-tiered net June 26, 2015 In a new report, Jupiter Research predicts that Internet Service Providers could start charging some websites for faster access to customers. Although this would generate increased revenues for ISPs, Jupiter warns that it could also create a “two-tiered internet” which might alienate consumers and increase the complexity
Alcatel-Lucent appoints ex-BT boss as CEO
September 2, 2016
Telecoms equipment provider Alcatel-Lucent has appointed ex-BT boss Ben Verwaayen in a bid to turn around its ailing fortunes.
Philippe Camus, a co-managing director at Lagardere media group, has been appointed as non-executive chairman.
Alcatel and Lucent, together the world’s largest
Complaint against Tiscali upheld by ASA July 26, 2015 The Advertising Standards Authority has upheld a complaint made against Tiscali that it broadcast a misleading radio advertisement. BT and two members of the public challenged the ad on the grounds that the emphasis of the 30 second advertisement was on a £9.99 introductory price, and
Frost & Sullivan Award Aastra For Growth
October 15, 2016
Industry analyst, Frost & Sullivan, has recognised one of Europe’s top three enterprise communications vendors as the recipient of its prestigious European enterprise communications Growth Strategy Leadership Award.
The F&S Award for Growth Strategy Leadership is an annual nod to companies
Profits fall but sales increase for Sony Ericsson.
October 12, 2015
Sony Ericsson has increased it’s market share of mobile phone shipments, but has seen profits actually fall.
The firm has reported a pre tax profit of five hundred and forty six million dollars in the three months preceding September 30th,
Cost of 3 UK’s European calls cut from end of August August 4, 2015 3 UK, the smallest of the UK’s five mobile phone network operators, is to cut the cost of using a mobile phone abroad by up to 47% – below the new EU law requirement. From the end of August 2015, 3
Cyan Launches CyAlliance Wireless Backhaul Program
February 3, 2018
Cyan today launched CyAlliance – a multi-vendor partnership program delivering compelling, interoperable and easily supported next-generation solutions to help service providers maximize wireless backhaul opportunities.
Market leading wireless backhaul equipment providers including ANDA Networks, Dragonwave, Hatteras Networks and Overture Networks have
HomePlug & Panasonic work for Powerline standard
October 1, 2015
Powerline industry leaders, the HomePlug Powerline Alliance and Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. (Panasonic), are collaborating on fast in-home networks over electrical wires.
The collaboration will mean that Panasonic’s HD-PLC products, and HomePlug AV specification, will work together.
Timico offers High-Speed Internet solutions
May 8, 2017
UK-based Timico Group would argue that ‘fast’ defines it as a company, and recent developments seem to back up their claim.
First is the fact that Timico is now one of the country’s fastest-growing ISPs, serving primarily the business market, but more importantly