UK Prime Minister, Theresa May today announced a new £20 million (€22.3 million) fund to help public services use UK expertise in innovative technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI). Investment in the sector is always welcome and who knows, says Jeremy Cowan, it could take Mrs May’s mind off Brexit for a while.
Genesis Technical Systems announced it has received orders from Next Generation Access (NGA), a UK national carrier, for its mBond® technology. By deploying the Genesis solution on its existing telecommunications infrastructure, NGA will be able to provide high speed, reliable, last mile connectivity to homes and businesses across the UK.
Cambium Networks, the provider of wireless broadband networking solutions, announced it has appointed a new regional sales director for France and Morocco as it looks to further expand its Connecting the Unconnected strategy.
Ericsson and SmarTone, the mobile network operator in Hong Kong, have taken a significant step toward 5G with the successful trial of Licensed Assisted Access (LAA) technology in a live over-the-air demonstration in Hong Kong.
Inflight broadband is changing the airline industry and revolutionising passengers’ expectations of the onboard experience. That is the conclusion from the third annual global Inflight Connectivity Survey, published by Inmarsat, the world’s provider of global mobile satellite communications, in association with market research company GfK.
HomeGrid Forum has announced that MaxLinear has joined AT&T, BT, CenturyLink, Marvell and Sigma Designs on the Board of Directors to help support the deployment of G.hn technology.
AT&T is aiming to make it easier for businesses to succeed with the Internet of Things (IoT). Greater efficiencies, new revenue streams, lower operating costs and customer satisfaction are just a few reasons why businesses are interested in IoT.
Almost 900,000 Deutsche Telekom customers were hit by network outages — an attack reportedly aimed at hijacking consumer routers, Reuters reported on Tuesday.
During a recent keynote in Tokyo, on three development opportunities that await telecom operators in video, household, and vertical markets, Ken Hu, deputy chairman and rotating CEO of Huawei, called upon operators to build application-centric networks and help establish an open ecosystem.