Report identifies last-mile WiMAX as alternative to DSL

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Report identifies last-mile WiMAX as alternative to DSL April 2, 2016 Juniper Research predicts that WiMax 802.16e could be used to deliver local loop broadband connectivity to 47 million people within five years, providing an alternative ‘last mile’ technology to DSL broadband. The report by Howard Wilcox, called ‘The Last
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Broadband Forum Delivers Global VDSL2 Test Suite

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Broadband Forum Delivers Global VDSL2 Test Suite December 10, 2017 Three new Technical Reports (TRs) from the Broadband Forum are set to play major role in supporting telecom operators around the world with Very High bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line 2 (VDSL2) deployments. VDSL2 is the highest bandwidth copper based broadband
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E-Ten to release TV supporting PDA phone

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E-Ten to release TV supporting PDA phone January 30, 2016 At next month’s GSM Associations (GSMA) Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, E-Ten Information Systems will showcase the Glofiish V900, a PDA mobile phone with TV support. Company chairman Hwang Shan-rong announced the news this week. He also outlined the Glofiish V900’s
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Acquisition will improve online services of France Telecom

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Acquisition will improve online services of France Telecom March 7, 2016 As part of its ongoing strategy to develop its online presence, France Telecom is to acquire Cityvox. The acquisition will consolidate the company’s current position in France as number three for audience and number one for advertising on the web.
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Ofcom releases annual communications market report

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Ofcom releases annual communications market report August 23, 2015 Ofcom has released its annual yearly Communications Market report, which covers fixed and mobile telecoms, TV, radio and Internet use in the UK during 2006. Highlights from the 332 page report include the following average daily usages of communications technologies:
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Telefonica’s three-year investment programme in Latin America

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Telefonica’s three-year investment programme in Latin America November 24, 2015 Telefonica, the leading telecommunications operator in the Spanish and Portuguese-speaking world, is planning to invest between €14bn and €16bn in Latin America over the next three years to 2018. The region is perceived as a real growth engine for the
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Nokia adds Microsoft ActiveSync to smartphones

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Nokia adds Microsoft ActiveSync to smartphones September 10, 2016 Nokia signed a deal with Microsoft today that will see corporate email access available on over 80 million Nokia handsets. Forty three of Nokia’s mobile devices with up-to-date S60 software will now be able to access Microsoft’s Exchange ActiveSync email, a service
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Momail launch support for iPhone and Omnia

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Momail launch support for iPhone and Omnia June 13, 2016 Momail is to offer support for the latest, and long awaited, mobile devices, this time from Apple and Samsung. As the handset specifications were officially released after the companies’ respective launches on June 9th, Momail can confirm support for the new
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Ofcom criticised for neglecting business ICT needs

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Ofcom criticised for neglecting business ICT needs February 26, 2016 Ofcom has been criticised by the Communications Management Association (CMA) for failing to represent the ICT needs of businesses when regulations are drafted. At the CMA’s 2016 Annual Conference in London, chairman Carolyn Kimber, said that Ofcom was focused on
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