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  • Jul
    27
    BT ordered to compensate rivals £22 million interest after overcharging for backhaul Ethernet services

    BT has been ordered to dig into its pockets for the second time after a tribunal decided that interest was due on the original settlement amount in a case where the company was found to have overcharged rivals for backhaul Ethernet services.First brought forward in December 2012, Ofcom ruled BT over

  • Jul
    27
    Ericsson and China Telecom launch open IoT platform

    China Telecom and Ericsson have launched a global connection management platform to support China’s “One Belt One Road” strategy and make further advancements in the deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and services.Powered by Ericsson’s Device Connection Platform (DCP), the platform, ca

  • Jul
    27
    Is RCS the next big thing?

    SMS marketing is a medium that is defined by its limitations. In the bright multimedia technicolor of digital marketing, the text only and length-sensitive nature of SMS can seem a little drab and limited.Having said that, many agencies and brands still have a high-degree of success with SMS marketi

  • Aug
    11
    FTTx, LTE, WTTx and the Project Loon: The Future Broadband Evolution of Sri Lanka

     In early days Sri Lanka was well known for its unspoiled natural beauty, endemic wild life, incomparable hospitality, rich and diverse culture full of customs and rituals and much more. But in recent years the country has been able to attract the attention of world not merely due to what is mentioned above. That is mainly due to the development of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in the country. During the era in which the country was struggling with the civil war which spanned for thirty years, ICT was the only sector which showed the signs of continuous blooming which paved the way to the current development.If anyone is questioning on how we can relate the country’s development and the internet penetration, recently ITU has provided some proven figures which clearly show the strength of the relationship between these two. In Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, 10% increase in broadband penetration will yield an additional 1.38% growth in GDP and 1.9% in trades, while doublin

  • Aug
    10
    Openreach passes 25 million premises with fibreOpenreach passes 25 million premises with fibre Openreach passes 25 million premises with fibre backhaul

    BT Openreach marks another milestone in its national fibre broadband network roll-outBT’s network access division Openreach has passed 25 million premises with its wholesale fibre-backed network, with 21 million through its commercial roll-out and four million through the government’s Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) scheme.Openreach’s announcement came just days after broadband comparison website Thinkbroadband.com revealed 90% of UK homes and businesses could now access a service defined by the government as superfast – that is to say delivering speeds of more than 24Mbps – fulfilling an objective first set out by the coalition government in 2010.By this measure, the UK is substantially ahead of the other largest EU economies – France, Germany, Italy and Spain – in terms of overall availability of superfast services. However, some smaller economies, particularly in the Nordics and central and eastern Europe, significantly outpace the UK.“The UK is making great progress with fibre broadba

  • Aug
    10
    TE Connectivity’s microQSFP Enables Next-Generation Infrastructure for Data Centers

    Harrisburg, Pa. – July 27, 2016 – TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, today announced the launch of its micro Quad Small Form-Factor Pluggable (microQSFP) product line, the next generation of pluggable input/output (I/O) interconnects. The microQSFP connectors help solve key challenges relating to bandwith, thermal performance and energy costs in data storage centers. TE is the first company to bring microQSFP products to market from the microQSFP Multi Source Agreement (MSA) group that is creating an industry-wide ecosystem for microQSFP, and ensuring that products can be easily adopted and integrated into existing data center designs.The increase in consumer demand for video content and streaming internet services requires significant increases in bandwidth, but standard I/O connectors are limited in their ability to deliver greater throughput in existing infrastructures because of their size and external heatsink.  MicroQSFP connectors deliver QSFP28 fu

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