Alcatel-Lucent and Nextgen Group are driving more interest in what lies beyond 100G by completing a field trial of 400G on a live network link in Australia.
A group of theoretical physicists from U.S. Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford University are investigating how stanene, a material that could be made from a single layer of tin atoms, can potentially increase the efficiency of computer chips.
Public notice suggests grants of singleton LPFM applications as early as January, 2014; Upcoming settlement, amendment opportunities also described The LPFM juggernaut that has been moving forward with impressive speed all year seems, incredibly enough, to be gaining momentum. Show More Summary
Cincinnati Bell may be putting a greater emphasis on growing strategic business services such as Ethernet, but the telco can achieve its goals without making multimillion-dollar purchases, its chief financial officer told investors.
Well - it's the holidays when we're using the web along with those credit cards a lot more frequently. Ever wondered who's watching you online? And who the heck you are giving your personal card info to when making online purchases? Ever also wondered if there was anything you could do to protect yourself a little more? Well, others have too. Show More Summary
CenturyLink's dry loop DSL service customers were served an unwelcome dish following Thanksgiving as the telco announced it is increasing the price of the standalone service by $2 per month.
Zayo has completed an amendment of its credit limit, increasing its $1.6 billion term loan facility by $150 million to $1.75 billion.
Vonage has named former AOL and Nutrisystem executive Joe Redling president of consumer services for the U.S. and Canada. Reporting directly to CEO Marc Lefar, Redling will manage Vonage's core business, including its domestic and international long distance calling products and services.
You may have heard last week that a single Bitcoin unit reached a value of $1000. Lots of people have been asking lately about them. So.... what are they and how do they work? Here's some details snagged from www.bitcoins.com, a site that was put together and went up last week from Mt. Show More Summary
The day Canadian mobile subscribers have been waiting for is here: the CRTC’s new Wireless Code is finally live. The code provides basic rights for customers and imposes new requirements on carriers, such as limiting cancellation fees, and forces wireless players to unlock phones, provide a trial period for wireless contracts, and, last but not [...]
Blackberry has taken down the ‘For Sale’ sign, fired the realtors, and has once again proclaimed itself “very much alive, thank you.” In an open letter yesterday, Blackberry CEO John Chen attempted to retain what little territory his company still lays claim too, assuring investors that Blackberry is stable and that his company is a smart [...]
Over the past year or so, the national government have tried multiple ideas to try and increase competition in the domestic wireless market despite each idea failing to have any impact on the current set-up. Their latest move has consisted of a series of adverts in the nation’s media to try and show the public [...]
1. Will Nortel Bring down Android? The tech Cold War simmering between Android and the rest of the tech world is starting to boil over into an actual fight; and at the centre of it all is a company that somehow continues to influence the ebb and flow of the mobile industry from beyond the [...]
The Toronto Transit Commission’s pilot project bringing free WiFi to users at two of its busiest subway stations has been live for a week now. However, as we have previously reported, it is currently in the early stages of testing with the official launch to come a bit later this month. But the first speed [...]
The core revenue streams for the telecommunications industry in the developed world are in jeopardy, a recent report argues, and if telcos don’t radically alter their current business models they stand to lose billions to non-traditional telecom companies like Google and Facebook. According to a report generated from telecom market analysis firm STL Partners’ Telco [...]
Any attempts to censor the internet in the past few years by any authority have been torn apart and destroyed by the public and pro-free speech campaigners in a matter of days. Despite these failed attempts in the past, the federal government seems to once again be planning to try and monitor internet activity with [...]
The US may still be recovering from Turkey and shopping, but Europe has plenty going on this week to look at: … [visit site to read more]