Chinese telecommunications equipment giant Huawei Technologies' 5G Radio Access Network has come out ahead of four other global telcos — Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung and ZTE — in the first competitive analysis of the telecommunications industry by analytics firm GlobalData.
The wait for the 4G LTE-enabled Surface Go is nearly over, with pre-orders now open and 22 November being the date when the connected GO goes live, as Microsoft promotes Surface for Business as big beneficiaries.
Networking solutions provider NetComm Wireless has launched a new self-install CAT 18 – 4G LTE Residential Gateway that it says will allow network operators to activate more fixed wireless customers faster and more cost effectively.
Nah. Even the telcos agree that 5G mobile will not make the NBN redundant. There is not enough spectrum to[…]
I wonder how long before we get unlimited and fast mobile phone data, that can be shared with home tvs,[…]
Nice article Sam...Let me add that the world isn't holding still either (unlike the current NBN).while Gigabit is currently becoming[…]
so this mtm co, brain fart born out of the pig anus of every doofus who thought the most important[…]
Firstly, the Ookla number (42Mbps upload) seems reasonable when you consider that on the NBN 90% are choosing 50Mbps or[…]