Network hardware

  • February 24, 2014 24 Feb'14

    IP networks "inherently less secure"

    We may have come far when it comes to performance in telecoms networks but Juniper Networks claims the move from fixed connections to IP has brought more security challenges

  • February 24, 2014 24 Feb'14

    Operators preventing dual SIM handsets

    Acer claims that although its new handset offers dual SIM capabilities for the business user, mobile operators will stop the feature coming to market to protect revenues

  • February 20, 2014 20 Feb'14

    Interview: Helen Milner CEO, Tinder, on the digital divide in Britain

    Eleven million people across the UK are struggling to connect to the internet. Not because of problems with hardware, bad connectivity, or even rural broadband challenges, but because they either don’t know how, or are too poor to get online

  • February 19, 2014 19 Feb'14

    EE connects commuters via 4G

    EE has announced plans to expand its 4G network to aid commuters, and will be recruiting more than 1,000 new customer service staff over the next 24 months

  • February 19, 2014 19 Feb'14

    UK start-ups get ready for Mobile World Congress 2014

    With the world’s biggest mobile trade show just days away, we talk to some of the representatives of the UK start-up industry representing us on the show floor

  • February 19, 2014 19 Feb'14

    Hyperoptic targets three more UK cities for 1Gbps broadband

    The fibre to the home provider is extending its reach outside of London to bring 1Gbps connections to Bristol, Cardiff and Reading

  • February 17, 2014 17 Feb'14

    Latvia’s Lattelecom: 1Gbps will be standard by 2018

    Latvian telecoms firm will make 1Gbps its standard connection to homes by 2018, with the internet of things and customer demand necessitating the rise

  • February 17, 2014 17 Feb'14

    NHS Scotland awards SWAN contract to Capita

    Capita wins the £110m contract for the Scottish Wide Area Network project, while BT continues to seek damages for losing out

  • February 17, 2014 17 Feb'14

    SABMiller upgrades IP network

    Drinks manufacturer SABMiller has selected T-Systems to supply its global backbone and European network as it integrates its business globally

  • February 14, 2014 14 Feb'14

    Birmingham City University revamps IT backhaul

    The University works with Logicalis to overhaul its IT infrastructure, from designing two new datacentres to rolling out new wired and wireless networks

  • February 13, 2014 13 Feb'14

    Cisco profits plummet for second quarter

    A one-off charge for faulty memory chips sees profits for the networking firm tumble by almost 55%, while revenues decline 8% year on year