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  • July 01, 2022 01 Jul'22

    UK rural primary schools to receive huge broadband upgrade

    Government announces up to 3,000 primary schools across rural England will get gigabit broadband as part of £82m investment designed to encourage roll-out of better broadband

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  • July 01, 2022 01 Jul'22

    Enterprise Wi-Fi 6E access points to more than treble by 2024

    Wi-Fi 6E market set to flourish in next two years thanks to innovation and prospect of greatly improved throughput and latency rates

  • July 01, 2022 01 Jul'22

    Why is it so hard to fix the chip crisis?

    Through subsidies and grants, the EU and the UK are focused on building out local chip manufacturing to alleviate semiconductor shortages

  • July 01, 2022 01 Jul'22

    US court rules no conflict of interest in tech firms’ mining deaths case

    A US district court judge who dismissed a forced labour case against five technology companies was found to have investments in four of the firms, with a separate court now ruling against the victims’ motion for reversal that there was no conflict ...

  • June 30, 2022 30 Jun'22

    ICO to cut back on fines for public sector data breaches

    Information commissioner John Edwards sets out a revised approach to how the ICO handles data breaches in the public sector, saying fining victims risks punishing the public twice over

  • June 30, 2022 30 Jun'22

    WBA sets out how Wi-Fi 6/6E enables Industry 4.0

    Report highlights next-gen wireless use cases, including detailed autonomous mobile robots, automatic guided vehicles, augmented and virtual reality, and posts IIoT deployment guidelines