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Comment by Raymond Jumah The increased dominance by #Android over #iOS and #Windows agitates for a strategic shift if any of other #OS is ...

Raymond Jumah on Q3 smartphones – Android still dominant but Samsung feeling the heat
Comment by Tom Kiedrowski But not quite as impressive as the A new type of fibre optic cable developed by researchers in the US ...

Tom Kiedrowski on Huawei claims breakthrough in 100Gbps-PON technology
Comment by Constantin You have to multiply by 8 to convert to bps from Bps. The real issue is the footprint and the indoor ...

Constantin on Samsung claims 5G breakthrough
Comment by Dean Anthony Gratton LTE-A is 4G as proposed by the ITU and 3GPP - they wanted to achieve 1.5Gb/s, as a de facto, ...

Dean Anthony Gratton on Vodafone announces UK carrier aggregation roll-out
Comment by Kai Interesting... but there have been demos from Nokia showing higher speeds of 2.6 Gbps (lately 3.8 Gbps) with current LTE ...

Kai on Samsung claims 5G breakthrough
Comment by Mike Newlands Not just one Scott, there were quite a few including T-Mobile in the US and several operators in the Caribbean. ...

Mike Newlands on Vodafone announces UK carrier aggregation roll-out
Comment by Scott Bicheno Hi Mike, the 4.5G claim is Vodafone's not ours, sorry for not making that clearer. There is considerable precedent for ...

Scott Bicheno on Vodafone announces UK carrier aggregation roll-out
Comment by Mike Newlands Where on earth do you get this 4.5G nonsense? According to the performance standard stipulated by the ITU, LTE ...

Mike Newlands on Vodafone announces UK carrier aggregation roll-out
Comment by thecrud My AC2100 is fast. While COX claims fastest in home WIFI. well can you sat theft by deception sure I ...

thecrud on Samsung WiGig breakthrough claims five-fold wifi speed improvement
Comment by Auri Aittokallio I think operators are aware of the challenges related to spectrum. But I suppose they don't want to go down ...

Auri Aittokallio on UK operators reportedly reject network sharing
Comment by Roya Yes, but are operators aware of "Spectrum sharotage" that they will face with in about 6 years?

Roya on UK operators reportedly reject network sharing
Comment by Train spotter Granting Arqiva a disgracefull monopoly of our TV broadcast infrastructure was not exactly a decision that he should be proud ...

Train spotter on Ofcom will be leaderless in early 2015
Comment by David J. Wright I am both a Fan & Customer of Hyperoptic. However I hope both Tim Skinner & other 'experienced'readers understand the ...

David J. Wright on Hyperoptic ramps up FTTH distribution
Comment by James Jones While I applaud Hyperoptic for bringing better broadband to many I would hardly call it ‘Cutting-edge technology’. Hyperoptic don’t install ...

James Jones on Hyperoptic ramps up FTTH distribution

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