HTC revenues for early 2016 up 50% compared to early 2015
March 10, 2016
High Tech Computer (HTC) has reported February revenues of NT$9.63 billion (US$313.7 million). This represents a 19.9% decrease compared to the previous month, but a 45.9% increase compared to February 2015. These results conform with market conditions and
LG and Samsung slash 2017 shipment targets
December 2, 2016
South Korea-based handset makers LG Electronics and Samsung Electronics have slashed their 2017 shipment targets, in expectation that the global recession will cause a downturn in sales.
Samsung, the second biggest mobile phone maker in the world, cut its sales target
Mobifone boosts network with AIRCOM apps
June 25, 2016
The collaboration between established network consultancy group, AIRCOM, and Vietnamese telecommunications corporation, Mobifone, has just been announced, with AIRCOM to aid Mobifone in tracking performance of their mobile network.
Mobifone have purchased the rights to two major applications from AIRCOM’s ENTERPRISE 6.0
Inuk and C&W partner for IPTV service July 9, 2015 Cable & Wireless and Inuk Networks have entered into a wholesale deal worth around £70 million over five years. Under the terms of the contract Cable & Wireless will provide Inuk’s Freewire subsidiary with access to it UK-wide multicast network, enabling the delivery of ‘triple-play
BT and Polycom announce conferencing partnership
November 23, 2017
Telecoms group BT has entered into a partnership with Polycom which will see the companies develop conferencing solutions for public sector organisations and enterprises.
In a three-year project the companies will combine Polycom’s voice, video and telepresence solutions with BT’s managed
Dragons crazy for nuisance phone call blocker
July 21, 2017
Steve Smith made history on the Dragons’ Den recently, after all the dragons on the show bid against each other for his handy invention, the trueCall, which will stop nuisance phone calls at home.
In the end, Smith’s invention was purchased
China Telecom lagging; China Mobile booming
September 1, 2016
China Telecom has posted its results for the first half of 2016, with earnings down 8.2% on year due to a decline in the use of fixed line services.
Net profit for the period was $1.85 billion, $0.02 per share, compared to
Asustek to release Android smartphone
October 30, 2016
Taiwan-based Asustek, makers of the popular Asus Eee netbook, have revealed plans to release a smartphone running Google’s Android operating system in early 2017.
The device will initially be released in Taiwan, with Asustek aiming for an optimistic 20% share of the Taiwanese
Leeds University’s contract with Blackboard Learning System August 3, 2015 The University of Leeds has selected Blackboard’s e-learning solution that will be accessible to the university’s 33,000 students and 7,300 staff across nine faculties. Leeds, the UK’s second largest university, selected the Blackboard Learning System, the Blackboard Community System and the Blackboard Content System after
Government pushes for speedier Broadband deployment in UK
September 19, 2015
The minister for competitiveness, Stephen Timms, is calling for measures to accelerate the roll-out of next-generation broadband, to ensure the UK does not fall behind other countries in e-commerce and access to public services.
Timms will announce plans for