Nokia announced that it has opened its first Open RAN (O-RAN) Collaboration and Testing Center at its offices in Dallas, Texas.
The performance of Fibre Max high speed broadband plans in New Zealand has improved substantially, according to the country’s competition regulator, The Commerce Commission.
The 5G wars are in full swing, as both Optus and Telstra make 5G pronouncements today, with Telstra's Commercial Engineering Executive Sri Amirthalingam heralding umlaut publishing its latest benchmarking findings from the first part of 2021.
There has been 10% drop in the peak time broadband speeds of high-speed Fibre Max in New Zealand, according to the country’s competition regulator The Commerce Commission.
The Debian GNU/Linux project has announced that its distribution known as Jessie or version 8 has reached the end of its long-term support period on 30 June, five years after it was released on 26 April 2015.
Nokia is claiming the world’s fastest 5G speeds in its Over-the-Air (OTA) network in tests performed in Dallas, Texas on base station equipment being deployed in major US carriers' commercial networks.
Nokia and Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) have jointly announced the first deployment of low-band NR700Mhz spectrum in a field test environment in a 5G network in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.
Listed fintech company Identitii has announced it has been selected by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) as one of just 10 companies to test the Consumer Data Right (CDR) ecosystem, which will enable Australia’s incoming open banking regime scheduled to go live from February 2020.
Ben Gomes, Google's vice-president of "Search, News, and Assistant" has issued a blog post not only celebrating the last 20 years of Google's search success, but looking ahead to see how search will evolve and improve over the next 20.
It's not just Ericsson pushing forward on 5G, but Nokia and Qualcomm are also completing "successful interoperability and over-the-air testing compliant with the 5G New Radio specification between network infrastructure and devices".
Verizon has tested an "in-stadium pre-commercial 5G network connection to demonstrate how massive speed and bandwidth can bring live video and virtual reality experiences to new levels".
Members of the International Electrotechnical Commission's Technical Committee 106 are discussing global testing and assessment standards of 5G and electromagnetic energy at an Australian conference being held from 16 to 20 October.
While the census website failed to load for millions of Australians last night, Revolution IT can take comfort in its $470K payment for load-testing services.
Security company Ixia says its new ThreatARMOR solution adds "zero-day malware immunity", blocking mutated versions of malware that try to evade traditional security solutions.
It makes sense to spend US$2 million on one piece of test equipment if the payback is quick enough.
Telstra has made some interesting announcements at its Mobile World Congress press event - a trial of Ericsson’s 5G technologies for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, and some capital cities getting 1Gbps Cat 16 LTE later this year.
A test of 19 different Wi-Fi APs ‘stressed to their limits in a variety of different scenarios’ revealed ‘dramatic differences between competitive suppliers’, putting Ruckus on top.
HP's on-premises Mobile Center mobile application functionality and performance testing software is now available in Australia.
Crowdsourced testing service Bugwolf has added Bluemix to the platforms it supports.
Using CA LISA service virtualisation software for component testing has paid dividends at superannuation service provider Superpartners.
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