Rewards for those moving to Eclipse business broadband service
February 19, 2016
In the past it used to be the case that you had to pay for migration to a new broadband provider.
Eclipse is overturning this current of money by paying businesses for switching to their broadband services.
Telent acquires Premises Networks Management
September 23, 2016
Telent, a UK provider of network and communications services, has acquired telecom services provider, Premises Networks Management Plc, in order to strengthen its presence in the telecommunications sector.
The acquisition will also allow Telent to better serve medium to large enterprises.
Hatteras Networks named top ethernet provider
June 4, 2016
Telecoms industry analyst Heavy Reading has named Hatteras Networks as the world leader in the mid-band ethernet market.
Hatteras leads the increasingly competitive field of ethernet-over-copper technology providers, with operations in six continents across the globe and a 38% worldwide market share
Paltalk hits #1 on Download.com
April 24, 2017
Paltalk’s webchat software this week hit the number one spot for the most downloaded chat program on CNET’s download.com.
Nearly 75,000 copies of the PaltalkScene software were downloaded in the week ending 19 April, compared to 40,000 downloads of Windows Live Messenger.
Will mobile broadband surpass fixed line services in two years?
March 1, 2016
PC Pro has a report signifying that the assortment of 3G and other alternatives of mobile broadband could supersede fixed line broadband services such as ADSL and cable by 2018.
3G data cards have been in existence for
eircom connects 500,000th broadband customer
November 3, 2015
Eircom has signed up its 500,000th broadband customer and announced plans to launch a 12Mbps DSL trial in November in Sandyford and across Dublin.
Customers are signing up for eircom’s DSL broadband internet service at a rate of approximately 3,000 per week.
Wi-Fi town reports widespread health problems
January 5, 2017
Residents of a West Country town that was transformed into a Wi-Fi zone have complained of dizziness, headaches, nausea and panic attacks.
Nearly 40% of those surveyed in Glastonbury, Somerset, said the installation of Wi-Fi had made them unwell.
Altobridge reduces transmission costs
June 18, 2016
Speaking at CommunicAsia 2016, Mike Fitzgerald of wireless application solution provider, Altobridge, highlighted transmission costs as the main barrier to overcoming the digital divide.
Fitzgerald said that lower transmissions costs are the key to connecting more subscribers, including those in remote communities.
Chinese government issues 3G licenses
January 2, 2017
China’s biggest fixed-line provider, China Telecom, has seen its share price soar following a statement from the government that it would start issuing licenses for 3G networks.
China Telecom said the issue of 3G licenses will enable it to provide more premium services,
Alleged US discrimination over Internet gambling
March 11, 2016
Following the complain by European betting companies that actions against them from Washington are infringing world trade rules, the European Union has launched an investigation into US laws on Internet gambling.
The investigation could lead the 27-nation European Union to file