EE expects to hit 1m customers by end of 2013
After only five months, alongside extensive development and rapid deployment, the UK’s first 4G network Everything Everywhere (EE) has announced hitting 318,000 customers.
Juniper: Lack of NFC in iPhone 5 stunts technology's growth
A new report released by Juniper Research has shown that the decision not to put near field communication (NFC) on the iPhone 5 was a contributory factor in slowing down the growth forecast for the technology.
Cisco targets small to mid-market with cloud networking acquisition
Cisco plans to boost its cloud networking capabilities with the acquisition of the San Francisco-based firm Meraki for $1.2bn.
Unrealistic pricing blamed for lacklustre Indian 2G auction
A disappointing first day’s bidding in India’s 2G spectrum auctions has seen two of the country’s most valuable regions attract no bids, following a number of complaints from operators that the prices set by the Indian government were just too high.
What are the latest broadband speed trends?
The UK suffers from a “massive discrepancy” in broadband speeds and should be aiming for the standards of Singapore where broadband speeds have doubled, according to a report.
Wireless services still source of consumer anger, says regulator
A worrying trend from Canada, where consumer complaints go up 35% year on year: should this make service providers rethink their strategy?
Does latest Juniper research show a watershed for NFC?
A report from Juniper Research has revealed that the near-field communication (NFC) payments market will eventually exceed $180bn in five years’ time – a sevenfold increase over this year.
Sprint rolls out US 4G LTE network – a bit late to the party?
The American telecoms carrier Sprint Nextel has announced a rolling out of their 4G long-term evolution (LTE) network in the US.
Is ‘dumping’ scandal aftermath starting to hit ZTE hard?
It hasn’t been the best of weeks for Chinese telecoms behemoth ZTE: not only have are their profits down, but it’s been reported that up to 12,000 of their staff could lose their jobs as part of a cost-cutting exercise.
WBA trials advanced next generation hotspots for 2013
The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA), in collaboration with major TELCOs including Telefonica and AT&T, has revealed a series of trials of next generation hotspots (NGH) with the aim of providing more public Wi-Fi access points worldwide.