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Akamai supports customers adopting IoT

Akamai Technologies, the cloud delivery platform, has unveiled the company’s strategy to support its customers’ incorporation of Internet of Things (IoT) devices into their IT infrastructures. Through this initiative, Akamai…

Euroconsult: ‘300 satellite launches per year to 2026’

A study (Satellites to be Built & Launched by 2026) from Paris-based Euroconsult says that it anticipates that 300 satellites with a mass over 50 kg will be launched on…

CableLabs completes Full Duplex DOCSIS spec

US cable industry research and development lab CableLabs has completed the Full Duplex DOCSIS 3.1 specification, designed to help cable operators find cost-effective solutions to meet the growing demand for…

Switzerland: MySports to offer eSports

Switzerland: MySports to offer eSports

Recognising the increasing popularity and potential of eSports, Swiss channel MySports is bringing a new TV format to Switzerland. From October 23rd, episodes of the Arena eSports programme will be…

Nokia and WOW! deploy vDAA

Nokia and WOW!, a US broadband provider, have announced what they claim is the industry’s first commercial virtualised Distributed Access Architecture (vDAA) deployment. Nokia’s Unified Cable Access solution will increase…

Western European TV market worth €99bn

The TV market in Western Europe was worth €99.4 billion at the end of 2016, accounting for an annual growth rate of 1.8 per cent. This compares to a 17.5…

Portugal, Greece, Israel climb Neflix Speed Index

Netflix has released September data from its ISP Speed Index – a monthly update on which Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide the best primetime Netflix streaming experience. Thailand’s 3BB and…

MENA: 50m 5G connections by 2025

The prospects for immense 5G growth in the Middle East and North Africa has emerged from a study by the GSM Association and released at an event in Dubai on…

IFE: A global opportunity for Panasonic Avionics

IFE: A global opportunity for Panasonic Avionics

Panasonic Avionics says it has now equipped almost 1800 commercial aircraft with its In Flight Entertainment (IFE), and has an order backlog of some 2200 aircraft still to be equipped.…

OneWeb targets 1bn subs by 2025

OneWeb is a planned ‘mega- constellation’ of low-Earth orbiting satellites (at 1200 kms high), and designed to provide high-speed broadband to just about any point on the planet. It is…