Gigabyte lands DVB-T order from French vendor
March 25, 2016
Neuf Cegetel, a mobile communications operator based in France, has placed an order with Gigabyte Communications for DVB-T enabled handsets. The handset – which Gigabyte has named the t600 – will be marketed under Neuf’s TWIN TNT trade name.
Polycom supports H.264 High Profile video compression technology
February 16, 2018
Polycom, Inc. today announced support for a breakthrough, standards-based video compression technology, H.264 High Profile, that will reduce the bandwidth requirements for high-definition (HD) telepresence and standard definition (SD) video conferencing by as much as 50 percent, representing substantial network
Vodafone may acquire German cable company
December 2, 2016
Vodafone is reportedly in takeover talks with Kabel Deutschland (KDG), the biggest cable TV company in Germany.
KDG, which has 11 million customers in Germany, is believed to be worth around €2.8 billion.
The company recently announced a second quarter revenue
Broadband users confused by download speeds
May 12, 2017
Many broadband users in the UK are getting only half the download speed they signed up to, whilst others are confused about exactly what they’re paying for.
Speed tests by Broadband Genie found that the average connection of broadband customers runs at
T-Mobile launches PAYG mobile broadband
September 22, 2016
T-Mobile has become the first UK operator to release pay-as-you-go mobile broadband with the option of buying just one day’s credit.
Customers on the service can pay for mobile broadband on a daily, weekly or monthly basis, after purchasing a wireless Internet dongle
Vodafone pursues South African Vodacom
September 1, 2016
The battle to take over South African mobile operator Vodacom is hotting up, although lead bidder Vodafone remains unperturbed by new interest from Nigeria’s Globalcom.
Vodacom is a joint venture between Vodafone and South Africa’s leading fixed line provider, Telkom, with each owning
BBC not liable for broadband infrastructure costs
April 23, 2016
Ofcom has taken some of the pressure off the BBC in the argument about who should pay for superfast broadband infrastructure.
Worried about the increasing level of traffic caused by services such as the BBC’s iPlayer, ISPs including Tiscali have
EU claims 60 percent reduction in roaming costs
October 5, 2015
According to a study carried out by the European Regulators Group, mobile roaming charges have fallen by up to 60 per cent since the European Commission introduced new regulations in the summer.
The regulations required mobile operators to introduce
Ubiquisys Unveils Femto-Engine
December 16, 2017
Ubiquisys, the leading provider of 3G femtocells, today announced the release of Femto-Engine, the world’s first software femtocell, effectively separating femtocell functionality from the underlying hardware foundation.
Femto-Engine software delivers sophisticated self-organising intelligence, tested with hundreds of mobile devices and hardened through commercial deployments