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LTE isn’t good enough for critical communications… yet

LTE has the potential to revolutionise emergency services communications, but it needs to be nothing less than 100% reliable, according to CEO of the TCCA, Phil Kidner in an interview with Telecoms.com at AfricaCom 2016.

EE experiences performance anxiety

“This has never happened before; I usually perform so well. I guess the BT relationship has taken its toll on my mojo.”

Broadcom’s Brocade buy silences Ruckus

Following Broadcom’s acquisition of Brocade, many have been left scratching their heads over what that means for the future of Ruckus Wireless.

Nokia and SK PONder proper fast fibre

As if South Korea wasn’t far enough ahead of everyone else in the world, Nokia has just knocked it out the park by delivering fibre access speeds of 52.5 Gbps.

ICANN rabble-rousers reveal their ignorance

Paranoid conspiracy-theory types in the States are freaking out again. This time they’re scared they won’t be able to “control the internet” anymore – specifically the domain name system.

Ericsson sets sights on skint subscribers

With low-APRU, high population mobile markets like India going through massive disruption, Ericsson has launched a suite of innovations aimed improving developing world connectivity.

Nokia shows signs of virtual progress

As the big network players edge incrementally closer to offering something that can reasonably, with a straight face, be described as 5G, Nokia has given an old launch a new airing.

Polls

With Amazon and Google launching smart home initiatives, have the telcos missed out on their chance to cash in on this market?

  • Yes, Google and Amazon will now dominate this space (65%, 40 Votes)
  • Consumers won't have made up their mind (19%, 12 Votes)
  • No, Google and Amazon will not be able to replace the telcos in the mind of the consumer (16%, 10 Votes)

Total Voters: 62

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