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Comment by dennis What is significant about this move is that Cisco is not just focusing on development for it's own good but ...

dennis on Cisco invests $30m in IoT centre in Barcelona
Comment by Pete B Sounds a little too jazzy... what impact does this have on bandwidth management over the backhaul network (particularly over the ...

Pete B on SK Telecom and Ericsson demonstrate potential 5G tech
Comment by Michael Elling (@Infostack) This is exactly the approach I proposed to Sprint in 1997-98 when I brought them the MMDS spectrum which is ...

Michael Elling (@Infostack) on Chinese telcos forge network sharing deal
Comment by Kieran Byrne Ofcom should be applying pressure to telecoms providers to pass the wholesale savings through to their end users, instead of ...

Kieran Byrne on Ofcom seeks to lower UK mobile termination rates yet again
Comment by bob Our local post office has a TV over the counter showing dismal but weirdly compelling ads for local dry-cleaners and ...

bob on Post Office to get into the MVNO game via EE
Comment by Clifford Thornton With that kind of speed wireless will become even more immersed in our lives; a constant presence. This will probably ...

Clifford Thornton on Ericsson flexes 5G muscle with 5Gbps demo
Comment by John It has zero to do with Morrow and the run rate has not improved from what was forecast 12 months ...

John on Australian NBN claims deployment boost under Morrow
Comment by Ashish VoLTE call and Video call between China and South Korea was done using Nokia TD-LTE gear. Nokia is TD-LTE supplier ...

Ashish on China awards FDD-LTE licences
Comment by fvunen There are some erroneous claims in this article. A standard 20MHz LTE FDD carrier has a theoretical peak speed of ...

fvunen on SKT cranks LTE-A up to 225Mbps
Comment by Askar Sheibani The Ericsson report indicates great movement for the telecoms industry, but operators must be able to support this with a ...

Askar Sheibani on Ericsson: China set to dominate LTE data
Comment by Philippe COLA Just a clarification about the perimeter : I / S CSCF and MRF is ALU vendor All other parts is Ericsson. Philippe ...

Philippe COLA on Bouygues jumps on VoLTE bandwagon
Comment by tim deluca-smith It's an area that BlackBerry is rarely acknowledged for. In the context of an industry that pays $19bn for a ...

tim deluca-smith on Blackberry unveils IoT play
Comment by fvunen Nice article. Is there a possibility to include a readable version of the roadmap graph? The resolution of the roadmap ...

fvunen on Carta Blanco: NFV at Telefónica
Comment by James Middleton Hi JJ. Microsoft does indeed own a portfolio of patents that are licensed for use in the Android and Chrome ...

James Middleton on Microsoft licenses Android to Motorola; Nokia deal to close

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