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Research: Millions frustrated with bad broadband

Despite a broadband connection being considered a modern day essential, research from UK consumer group Which? research reveals that 12.5 million households are frustrated with poor broadband services. ​To help…

Telecom majors plan 5G NR acceleration

A grouping of mobile communications companies has announced collective support for the acceleration of the 5G New Radio (NR) standardisation schedule to enable large-scale trials and deployments as early as…

Samsung, Arqiva plan UK 5G trials

Samsung, Arqiva plan UK 5G trials

Samsung Electronics and UK communications infrastructure and media services provider Arqiva are to conduct the UK’s first 5G trials with a focus on Fixed Wireless Access. The trial deployment will…

ARRIS wireless boost with Ruckus deal

In a deal that adds a strong portfolio of wireless and wired networking products and key technologies to address rapidly growing wireless broadband markets for enterprise and service providers, entertainment and…

Survey: Majority prefer ISP-provided Wi-Fi gear

Seventy-eight per cent of consumers across the US and UK would prefer if their Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provided them with their in-home Wi-Fi networking gear, versus purchasing it themselves,…

Altice USA selects NAGRA content protection

NAGRA, a digital TV division of the Kudelski Group and provider of content protection and multiscreen television solutions, has announced an agreement with Altice USA, the fourth largest US cable…

V-Nova acquires video processing patents

In a move it says will expand and strengthen the breadth of existing patent portfolio and further improve the performance of its PERSEUS-based solutions, video compression solutions provider V-Nova, has…

Cable CPE to drive broadband access market

According to market information specialist Dell’Oro Group, growth for the worldwide Broadband Access market, including PON, DSL and Cable, is projected to be driven primarily by Cable CPE device deployments…

Report: TalkTalk shows signs of recovery

The latest figures from consumer behaviour specialist Kantar Worldpanel ComTech on the UK home services market – covering broadband, fixed landline and paid television – hint at a long-awaited recovery…

Canada: STB energy efficiency agreement

Canada: STB energy efficiency agreement

Canadian pay-TV service providers (specifically, cable, direct-to-home satellite and IPTV providers) along with set-top box manufacturers have finalised a voluntary agreement, committing themselves to improving the energy efficiency of set-top…