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Orange’s Jazztel à la carte offer

Jazztel, owned by Orange, has launched a new à la carte offer enabling subscribers to choose the speed of the Internet connection, the amount of mobile data and the number…

CCS predicts 1bn 5G users by 2023

The booming Chinese market is set to ensure that 5G is quicker out of the starting blocks than any previous mobile technology, according to CCS Insight’s 5G forecast, published today.…

Cisco ‘Infinite Broadband’ Remote PHY solution

Cisco is meeting with its cable operator customers at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo to demonstrate how it is disrupting the industry through its technology innovations. Cisco’s Infinite Broadband Remote PHY solution…

Study: 5G to be 33% of Europe’s mobile market

Study: 5G to be 33% of Europe’s mobile market

More than 30 per cent of Europe’s mobile connections will be running on 5G networks by 2025, according to a new GSMA study. The 2017 Europe edition of the GSMA’s…

AirTies launches Remote Manager

AirTies Wireless Networks, a provider of premium in-home wireless systems and STB solutions, has unveiled AirTies Remote Manager, new in-home Wi-Fi performance management system for service providers. As part of…

Faster Internet, more content to galvanise APAC OTT market

Faster bandwidth, growing 4G coverage, ever-increasing smartphone and pay-TV penetration, improving payment options, falling data tariffs and rising per capita income are set to collectively spur OTT video market in…

UK lags in mobile Internet usage

UK lags in mobile Internet usage

Mobile devices (including both smartphones and tablets) will account for 73 per cent of time spent using the Internet globally in 2018, up from 70 per cent in 2017 and…

Australia: nbn has 3m activated premises

nbn, the company building Australia’s national broadband network, has reached the important milestone of three million activated premises on the nbn broadband access network from a total of six million…

ViaSat to hit Inmarsat with legal action

The FT reports that satellite operator ViaSat of California will sue Inmarsat over what ViaSat describes as “blatant misuse of [satellite] spectrum, which must stop now”. UK regulator Ofcom this…

SNY selects Mediaproxy

SNY selects Mediaproxy

Mediaproxy, a provider of software-based IP broadcast solutions for compliance, monitoring and analysis, has announced that New York sports broadcaster SNY has chosen its LogServer software solution for compliance logging…

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