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Displaying items by tag: mobile communications

Friday, 20 December 2019 01:32

China Mobile UK data centre now open for business

China Mobile International has officially opened its new data centre in the UK, its first data centre in Europe and what it says is an "important addition" to its growing global network.

Published in Data Centres

Short-listed nominees for the communications industry ACOMMS awards are illustrative of the industry’s transformation from the provision of traditional fixed and mobile communications to next-generation available-anywhere, advanced services and applications, according to the Communications Alliance.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Telstra has switched on its 400th base station under the federal government’s programme to overcome mobile black spots around the country and to enhance mobile communications in regional and remote areas. Newly installed base stations have already facilitated 60 million calls.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Mobility solutions provider Spectralink and enterprise mobility and UC solutions Wavelink have worked together to improve mobile communications between clinicians at the Chatswood Private Hospital day surgery centre.

Published in Mobility

Satellite operator Sky and Space Global has secured a new commercial wholesale contract for communications bandwidth from its initial 3 nano-satellites, the “3 Diamonds”.

Published in Deals

Canadian-based global provider of enterprise and mobile communications, Mitel, is to acquire video conferencing and unified communications vendor Polycom in a deal which values Polycom at approximately US$1.96 billion.

Published in Listed Tech

Smartphones are playing a part in propelling Australia to new levels in mobile health care but a new study has found that the adoption of m-health is fraught with obstacles and challenges and continues to be “skewed” towards consumer ended offerings.

Published in Mobility

BlackBerry is to acquire WatchDox and will offer the data security company’s technology as a value-added service to complement its own portfolio of Enterprise Mobility Management solutions, and which will be available with BES12, a multi-OS EMM solution.

Published in Security

Optus has announced a significant refocussing on its fixed network business with the loss of almost 300 staff, but Mobile accounts for 66% of revenues and almost 70% of EBITDA.

Published in Cornered!
Wednesday, 08 August 2012 09:05

Trimble Remote Driver Assist covers the continent

Trimble's new fleet monitoring system provides Australia-wide coverage by using cellular and satellite communications.

Published in Security
Thursday, 23 February 2012 14:40

Mobile data gluttons feast on content

If you think you're a mobile data glutton today, just wait until 2016. Networking giant Cisco believes that by 2016 the average user will consume 2.4 Gb of data per month via mobile devices.

Published in Development
Thursday, 25 August 2011 11:32

Cold day in hell for NBN challenger

It will be a 'cold day in hell' before wireless networks will eclipse the capability of fixed networks according to the chief technology officer of Telstra, Dr Hugh Bradlow - setting him on a collision course with NBN naysayers and DIDO hopefuls.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 04 August 2011 15:20

Rohde & Schwarz UK celebrates 40th Year

Rohde & Schwarz marks 40 years of service to the UK electronics industry.

Monday, 01 November 2010 09:41

Is this the future: every body a base station?

Researchers at Queens University in Belfast, Northern Ireland, are researching the concept of 'body-centric communications', in which every person carries a device that is able to communicate with other similar devices, rather than simply with a central, network-connected base station.

Published in Networking

The wireless industry will be gathering in Bristol, UK, next month for the Wireless2.0 conference at a time of unparalleled opportunity in the industry.

Competition in the provision of global satellite telephone services to handheld devices is heating up with Inmarsat set to launch its first handheld satphone in June.
Published in Home Tech




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