Barclay Communications makes Deloitte Technology Fast 50
October 23, 2017
Belfast-based Barclay Communications has been recognised in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 rankings for the second year running.
The list recognises Barclay Communications one of the fifty fastest growing technology companies in Ireland.
Despite the recession the company recruited
Olympic communications require MoD spectrum
June 1, 2017
The 2012 Olympics will put a marathon strain on the UK’s airwaves, prompting Ofcom to ask the Ministry of Defence (MoD) if it can borrow some of its spectrum.
Thousands of athletes, broadcasters, and security officials, as well as millions of visitors, will
Product Of The Year Awarded To Streamezzo
July 8, 2016
Each year Technology Marketing Corporation’s (TMC) Communications Solutions magazine awards one product for their contribution to the industry.
The 2015 Product of the Year Award was given to Streamezzo for their Universal Software Platform™ which powers the Mobile Internet as well
Cambridge Broadband Networks appoints CFO
December 7, 2017
Cambridge Broadband Networks has announced the appointment of Peter Welch as Chief Financial Officer.
Mr Welch was CFO and head of business operations at in-flight communications specialist AeroMobile.
Cambridge Broadband Networks has made significant progress recently, securing strong sales of its
O2 chases iPhone deal July 9, 2015 Mobile-phone operator O2 is believed to be discussing a prestigious deal to be the exclusive network partner for Apple’s iPhone in the UK. According to the Financial Times, sources familiar with the matter believe that an agreement between O2 and Apple is imminent. The much-anticipated iPhone combines a
Android G1 official unveiling
September 24, 2016
Details of the world’s first Android phone available for consumer purchase – the T-Mobile G1 – were officially unveiled yesterday by Google and T-Mobile.
The 3G smartphone runs Google’s Linux-based open-source Android operating system.
Because Android is open source, software developers can create
Suggestion that whole of the UK should follow Scottish broadband lead
March 30, 2016
The Broadband Reach Project in Scotland is ongoing with the Scottish Parliament due to award a £3.5 million contract to a company who will then labor to fill in the gaps broadband coverage.
Computer Weekly has discovered
Notts CC deploys rostrvm contact centre software
February 21, 2016
Nottinghamshire County Council has deployed the rostrvm Contact Centre application suite at a new Customer Service Centre in Hucknall, Nottinghamshire.
The call centre software was deployed in conjunction with Ericsson PBX technology. It enables calls to be efficiently distributed to
Tiscali Online Gaming & Service Troubles
February 6, 2016
Administrating traffic management systems correctly and not inadvertently blocking applications is a difficult duty. Several gaming websites are reporting that Tiscali users are experiencing severe problems playing online games.
Computer and Video Games is reporting that Tiscali users are experiencing problems playing
Swedish 2.6GHz auction reflects European spectrum value
May 12, 2016
The outcome of the recently held second European 2.6GHz spectrum auction in Sweden has provided useful speculation about the price that operators will pay for the spectrum throughout Europe.
The Swedish auction concluded at a price of €0.13/MHz/pop, with unpaired