Virgin broadband seeks Olympic speed
August 26, 2016
Virgin Media is looking to sign Olympic sprinting ace, Usain Bolt, to advertise its high speed broadband.
The company wants the fastest man in the world to endorse the fastest broadband in Britain, available over its fibre optic network.
If Bolt, 22,
Tata wins $1.5bn BT contract
July 1, 2017
India-based Tata Communications has won a $1.5 billion five-year outsourcing contract from BT.
Under the terms of the deal, the two companies will share infrastructures for international telecoms traffic, with BT using Tata’s global submarine cable, and Tata using BT’s distribution channel for
Telarix solves dial code problem
June 4, 2016
Telarix Inc. has today announced a number of solutions that tackle the main problems facing the telecoms industry.
As a provider of business exchange and operational support systems to content providers, IP service providers and global fixed and mobile operators, Telarix is well
Next Generation Network built in Ukraine by Comstar
January 26, 2016
Comstar United TeleSystems, which is a combined telecommunications operator in Russia and the CIS alliance, has signed an agreement with Cisco for the delivery of equipment to build NGN multi-service network in Ukraine.
Kvazar Mikro, a subsidiary of Sitronics,
ECI sign Costa Rica deal to corner local market
August 28, 2016
ECI Telecom has scored another big goal in its quest for worldwide domination of the networking infrastructure solutions market.
It has signed up Radiográfica Costarricense S.A. (RACSA), who is the main Costa Rican telecom and internet provider in the
Government launches broadband speed review
February 22, 2016
The government has launched an independent review of the UK’s communications infrastructure. The review will investigate barriers to rolling out high speed, next-generation broadband networks in the UK, which are considered vital to the nation’s economic health.
The Government wants the UK
New migration code of practice imminent in March 2016
March 13, 2016
The monthly update from the Office of the Telecoms Adjudicator is a great deal more than just an update on the quantity of unbundled lines in the UK, which by the way sits at 4,086,000 at the end of February
Testing of Mobile WiMAX in Finland completed
June 10, 2016
The first Mobile WiMAX field testing in Finland has been carried out in Savonlinna.
Part of a larger Mobile WiMAX technology study initiated by ten Finnish broadband operators, the field test was run by local telephone company SPY Ltd and consultancy
Inventec post record 2015 profits, but lose out on iPod orders
March 26, 2016
Taiwan-based manufacturer of electronic products, Inventec Appliances, has reported its 2015 results, with record profits of NT$3.25 billion (US$107.6 million). This represents a 58% on year increase in profits, and is equivalent to NT$7.04 per share, compared to
Adax Europe gets in bed with NetHawk
June 2, 2016
Adax Europe Ltd, producer of high performance signalling infrastructure, has announced that its HDCIII-AMC solution is being used in ATCA compliant NetHawk EAST simulator, a multi-technology testing platform for telecommunications networks.
The HDCIII-AMC is the latest generation of Adax’s SS7 controller.