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  • April 26, 2021 26 Apr'21

    How Toffs is seizing Asia’s CDN market

    Toffs Technologies is eyeing second- and third-tier cities in Asia as it bolsters its infrastructure and experiments with the use of home networks as content delivery networks

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  • April 23, 2021 23 Apr'21

    HMRC downplays significance of CEO email ‘questioning’ legal basis of loan charge policy

    A document dump of emails shared between HMRC officials has prompted loan charge campaigners to further question the legal footing of the government’s controversial disguised remuneration policy

  • April 23, 2021 23 Apr'21

    ‘Spy cops’ victims share ongoing data protection concerns

    Under Cover Policing Inquiry will consider whether the extensive amount of personal data collected about left-wing activists by the Special Demonstration Squad was justified, as witnesses question whether information about them is still being ...

  • April 23, 2021 23 Apr'21

    Triangle shapes up to expand gigabit broadband services

    Full fibre finds further momentum in UK with with new consumer ISP brand Fibrehop to offer gigabit services to locations including Cheltenham, Gloucester, Weston-Super-Mare, Bath, Swindon, Leicester and Plymouth

  • April 23, 2021 23 Apr'21

    M1 manages and monetises digital and 5G with Amdocs Openet

    Software and services provider’s charging and data management systems deployed to accelerate Singapore telco’s digital transformation based on Microsoft Azure cloud platform

  • April 23, 2021 23 Apr'21

    Intel quarterly results reveal tactics to address ARM in the datacentre

    The chipmaker aims to make use of standard chip libraries and offer its customers different ways to package and optimise Intel silicon