With ITW going on, it’s been a busy week for international telecommunications on the PR front. Here’s a quick roundup of some articles of interest from overseas: euNetworks followed up its launch of Basildon to Frankfurt low latency connectivity with some additional fiber. They’ve added a new … [visit site to read more]
Ufone has introduced Uth Pack offer which has the main focus on youth. Ufone Uth Pack is the first offer by Ufone which focuses on more than just Voice, SMS or Data bundles. Ufone has patterned with more than 250 branded outlets, to offer you discounts through Uth Pack. Show More Summary
Many companies have changed the way they communicate with customers in recent years with many now opting to send everything through e-mail rather than receiving letters in the post. Rogers have certainly embraced the digital switch and has now decided to encourage their customers to make the switch by introducing a charge for paper bills. [...]
How much time in prison would you expect one to serve if they robbed 24 million people or if their swath of destructive actions wreaked over $20 million in damages? If these crimes were committed in the real world you might justifiably assume the guilty would never again see the light of day, sentenced to [...]
Ofcom has today published a new study into the problem of nuisance calls that reveals the extent to which they are affecting UK consumers. It found that consumers who experienced unwanted calls received around two per week on average, with four in five participants receiving at least one nuisance call during the four-week research period. Calls about [...]
Telus has entered into an agreement to acquire Mobilicity for $380 million, an unprecedented move in the Canadian mobile market, the incumbent announced. The deal was pretty foreseeable, as earlier this month Mobilicity reached out to the government for financial help. The news comes after the struggling wireless startup had scoured the globe for a [...]
Over the past few days, word has come out that in fact DukeNet does have a book out and may very well become the next metro fiber consolidatee. DukeNet has a deep footprint in the Carolinas with a few thousand towers on-net, with additional regional/metro connectivity stretching to the north, south, and west. Who might [...]
This article was authored by John C. Tanner, and was originally posted on telecomasia.net. ITEM: Researchers claim to have developed a model for crunching the Big Data generated from cellular networks without revealing the identities of mobile users. … [visit site to read more]
On 5th May, we live blogged the HTC Butterfly Launch Event by Mobilink & Brightex for you. HTC Butterfly is a decent Android phone and is an extension of the Droid DNA. HTC Butterfly can be bought from Mobilink at a price of Rs.70,000. Show More Summary
It’s been three years since Microsoft launched Windows Phone as a successor to Windows Mobile. Unlike Windows Mobile, Windows Phone is more consumer focused but does not leave business users behind. After one year of launch, in 2011, Microsoft and Nokia announced their partnership. Show More Summary
In our new feature, The rising stars of wireline in 2013, FierceTelecom profiles five wireline executives who are the risk takers or change leaders at their respective wireline companies.
Cisco reported that while its bread-and-butter next-generation routing revenues remained flat, switching and service provider video revenues rose 2 and 30 percent to $3.6 billion and $1.3 billion, respectively, in fiscal Q3 2013.
Acacia Communications, an emerging 100G optical transceiver vendor, closed $20 million in its latest round of funding that was led by Summit Partners.
Bob Currey, CEO of Consolidated Communications, said that when Google Fiber begins to enter the parts of Kansas City where it operates they will be ready to compete.
Balan Nair, Liberty Global CTO, knows that IP is the cable industry's long-term technology platform, but in the near-term the provider will continue to support both traditional QAM modulation and IP on the set-top boxes that deliver their video services in the home.
Zayo reported that its fiscal third quarter 2013 revenues rose $7.9 million, sequentially, to $251.4 million due to an increase in net installations and growth, mainly from its acquisitions of First Telecom Services and Litecast.
At a time when the wireline industry is facing various challenges, including the erosion of their landline voice base and fierce cable competition, wireline telcos need forward-looking people who have the vision to make big bets on technology and service initiatives to improve network efficiency and increase top-line revenue. Show More Summary