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2008-02-20 Hong Kong invests $25.6M on Wi-Fi facilities
The Hong Kong Office of the Telecommunications Authority announced it will spend about $25.6 million in two years for the construction of Wi-Fi facilities, which will be made available to users free of charge.
2002-10-07 NEC gains interest in Hutchison subsidiaries
NEC Corp. will acquire Hutchison Telephone Co. Ltd and Hutchison 3G HK Holdings (H3G HK) for a total cash consideration of $73 million
2003-10-24 India's sparsely tapped phone market fertile for wireless
GSM and CDMA wireless technologies are facing off in India, where phones have penetrated only about 5 percent of the total available market but where increasing competition are said to be generating record growth.
2005-03-14 Airspan unveils 'self-installable' WiMax products
Airspan unveiled what the company said are the world's first self-installable indoor WiMax products that link desktop PCs, laptops, Internet-ready telephone sets and other broadband devices directly to operator networks.
2008-12-23 TI trims Philippine workforce by 400
Texas Instruments Inc. is slashing 400 jobs in the Philippines to cope with falling orders amid the global economic crunch, according to labor officials.
2005-09-01 WiMAX wireless: A tale of two markets
WiMAX hype has led to unrealistic expectations, not only in device capabilities, but also in the future of the market.
2009-01-20 Will Wi-Fi reign supreme?
It's UMA/GAN technology that makes Wi-Fi a RAN technology, extending the mobile network over IP. Here's why Wi-Fi is poised to become the highest-performance, lowest-cost, indoor RAN technology on the market.
2010-07-28 US Library of Congress: It's legal to unlock iPhones
The US Librarian of Congress has ruled that consumers, educational institutions and others may develop software applications that allow them to unlock electronic equipment and bypass restrictions placed on such devices by manufacturers.
2009-08-27 Smart phones fire up Japan mobile market
Japan's mobile industry is now focused on the increasingly popular smart phone segment, which is experiencing a meteoric rise in take-up and will continue to drive and grow the wireless industry.
2011-03-07 PICs enable 100Gbit/s channels across Europe
Interoute and Infinera show that 500Gbit/s photonic integrated circuits can deliver 100Gbit/s channels on a Subsea pan-European network, expanding network capacity.
2001-02-01 Packet switching right choice for wireless
The Internet switching model can cost two orders of magnitude less than conventional circuit architectures, making the economics of an IP network very attractive.
2006-04-03 Multiple options tie home networking in knots
While experts agree that video will be a crucial driver for home networking in the next few years, there is little agreement on which wired technology is best for shuttling video around the house.
2004-07-20 KDDI selects Corrigent for RPR transport network
KDDI, one of Japan's largest carriers, has tapped Corrigent's resilient packet ring (RPR) add-drop multiplexer (ADM) to handle the transport of packet and TDM traffic in its triple-play network.
2005-12-01 Is wireless broadband a small-town hero?
As companies begin to fall halfway between DSL, WiMAX is comes to save the day.
2006-04-03 IPTV rollouts put premium on codec flexibility
As the pace quickens toward large-scale commercial IPTV implementation, the pressure intensifies on equipment suppliers to market highly flexible and upgradeable platforms.
2006-02-01 Internet TV gets running start in large Asia markets
According to a recent report from ABI Research, the global subscriber tally for the service is expected to exceed 110 million by 2010, with the Asia-Pacific accounting for more than 50 percent of those subscribers.
2005-04-18 How safe is private data on cell?
The recent hacking of Paris Hilton's address book-stored on the TV celebrity's Sidekick II smart phone and backed up by T-Mobile's server-has raised questions in the engineering community about whether personal data is adequately protected in the current generation of cellular products.
2009-12-30 Harris upgrades Philippine digital comms services
Harris will provide critical air-to-ground and ground-to-ground digital communications services for a new Manila Area Control Center in the Philippines, connecting it with remote sites throughout the island.
2009-02-04 Frequency domain tutorial: Understanding spectral components (Part II)
The second part of a two-part series, this articles focuses on describing a quadrature signal, having a real and an imaginary part, that is a function time.
2008-07-21 Forum adopts protocol for large-scale femtocell deployments
The Femto Forum has announced that it will implement the Broadband Forum's TR-069 CPE WAN Management Protocol, a worldwide standard for real-time management of customer premises equipment, as the basis for the management protocol for femtocells.
2002-08-27 First-mile wireless critical to optical rebound
Any chance for a return to growth for the optical components industry lies in new applications and technologies in the first mile, said the former chief executive of JDS Uniphase.
2002-05-23 Display vendors warned to trim hype and deliver goods
"It's time to stop the hype and deliver products that users want," Peter Hopper, chief executive officer for Philips' Mobile Display Systems business group, told attendees of the Society for Information Display 2002 conference.
2014-02-11 Developing IoT for industrial control (Part 2)
Here's a look at the Izot Internet of Things framework.
2014-01-29 Developing IoT for industrial control (Part 1)
In Part 1, we look into the requirements that the IP-enabled Internet of Things must meet.
2006-02-16 Confused about security of VoIP over WLAN?
WLAN IP or converged cellular/WLAN phones pose many security problems. Here's how to solve them.
2005-02-16 Comms, consumer electronics lead tech trends
Mainland manufacturers eye on developing new products and solutions targeting communications and consumer devices.
2004-10-19 Cisco releases gateway for migrating from PBX to IP telephony
Cisco released a voice gateway appliance designed to aid in the phased migration from time-division multiplexing PBX networks to fully converged Cisco IP telephony.
2014-07-14 Bell Labs channels 10Gbit/s over copper wires
The speed has been achieved with a broadband-over-copper technology that uses an increased frequency range of up to 500MHz for high-speed data transmission over short distances, targeted to deliver fibre speeds to homes without the trouble of deploying the costly, unsightly fibre optic cabling infrastructure.
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