WiMAX Forum reels in CEO of Yota
September 19, 2017
WiMAX Forum announced yesterday that the CEO of Yota, Dennis Sverdlov, is the newest member of its Board of Directors.
Yota provides Russia with 4G WiMAX mobile internet services.
President and chairman of the WiMAX forum, Ron Resnick, said that
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AdaptiveMobile To Address Surge In Mobile Traffic
February 27, 2017
As mobile usage increases around the world, and with more and more devices such as Notebooks and enhanced mobile phones like the Storm from Blackberry and the iPhone, the strain on network infrastructure has become increasingly disturbing to network providers.
Ofcom review of 999 call provision by VoIP operators July 27, 2015 Ofcom has revealed a consultation document that sets out its proposed approach to regulating types of Voice over Internet Protocol services (VoIP), which allow users to call ordinary fixed or mobile phone numbers. Ofcom requires VoIP operators to offer access to the emergency
USwitch highlights broadband usage confusion
October 24, 2016
A new survey carried out by consumer group USwitch has found that one million UK consumers have either exceeded or nearly exceeded their broadband usage limit.
Most ISPs set a cap on the amount of monthly bandwith available, depending on which package
Mindbridge audio conferencing services launched by Reliance Global Call
January 13, 2018
Reliance Global Call, the leading global Web-based calling card services provider, today announced the launch of Mindbridge audio conferencing services for people based in the U.S., Europe, Asia and Australia.
This is a cost-effective, efficient and convenient service
SIMable unlocks mobile phones
April 29, 2016
Chelmsford-based Mobile Solutions Ltd has launched an innovative device which it claims can unlock mobile phones without invalidating the manufacturer’s warranty.
The new chip, called SIMable, is compatible with most handsets, even 3G ones, and enables the mobile phone to be used on