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28 October 2005

Motorola and Intel to Collaborate on WiMAX

by teleclick
Intel and Motorola announced on Thursday that they will be working together to accelerate the development and deployment of WiMAX wireless broadband technology for mobile devices.

27 October 2005

26 October 2005

22 October 2005

Broadband Speeds on an Upward Spiral

by teleclick
Come next spring, BT will be trying to grab its share of the UK's ultra-high-speed broadband market with its new "Max" ADSL service. Max is expected to provide data transfer speeds of up to 8 Mbps.

21 October 2005

New Zealand ISP Abandons IPO Plans

by teleclick
New Zealand broadband provider, Woosh, has decided to abandon their plans for a public stock offering, but claim that the decision is not due to weakness in technology or competitive position.

18 October 2005

UK Satellite Provider Prepares for Broadband Expansion

by teleclick
British satellite television broadcaster BSkyB is preparing to announce the acquisition of high-speed internet provider, Easynet this week, in a clear attempt to move into the UK’s highly competitive broadband market.

13 October 2005

Jean Michel Billaut: Pau fait des émules... en Gaule...

by François Hodierne
Monsieur Sarko va faire comme à Pau dans TOUT son département des Hauts de Seine .... FTTB (fiber to the bulding), et FTTH (fiber to the home)

07 October 2005

06 October 2005

EarthLink Wins Philadelphia Wi-Fi Bid

by teleclick
Philadelphia has decided on EarthLink to be the provider of the new citywide wireless broadband network, which will be the largest municipal Wi-Fi network in the US.

05 October 2005

Philadelphia to Build Wireless Broadband Network

by teleclick
Philadelphia has recently come to an agreement with Verizon, Pennsylvania’s primary telephone provider, which will allow the city to build a low-cost wireless broadband network.

Many Have the Wrong Impression about VoIP

by teleclick
According to a recent survey by the US-based Level 3Communications, 66% of people believe that switching to VoIP telephony services would be a hassle.

04 October 2005

24 Mbps Broadband Service Launched in the UK

by teleclick
At the end of September, service provider Be launched the UK’s first 24 Mbps consumer broadband service.

03 October 2005

Telus Strike Causes Surge in Vonage Subscriptions

by teleclick
Ever since the strike begun at Telus, Vonage has had a surge in new subscribers from Alberta and British Columbia (Telus’s primary service areas).

29 September 2005

Intel to Help Bring WiMAX to Southeast Asia

by teleclick
Intel Corp is taking steps to speed up the launch of WiMAX technology in Southeast Asia.

27 September 2005

HotSpot Switching to ElevenOS Broadband Management System

by teleclick
HotSpot International, Latin America’s biggest provider of hotel broadband services, has announced that they will now be using ElevenOS™ (the flagship product of Eleven® Wireless) to manage the guest access networks, which they provide to hotel patrons.

24 September 2005

US Broadband Subscription Growth Slowing Down

by teleclick
After impressive growth over the past several years, the rate at which subscribers are moving to broadband internet technology has finally started to slow down.

21 September 2005

UK Start-Up to Launch Internet Telephony Service

by teleclick
The British telecommunications start-up, Timico is planning to launch a Skype-style internet telephony service, for business users.

20 September 2005

Rogers and Bell Team Up to Bring Wireless Broadband to Canada

by teleclick
Rogers Communications and Bell Canada, major competitors for cable and telephone customers in Canada, are planning to build a wireless broadband network across the country, with the help of Kirkland-based Clearwire.

18 September 2005

Verizon Expands Wireless Broadband Service Area, Drops Prices

by teleclick
Verizon Wireless is expanding into more markets with their EV-DO cellular broadband service, and have reduced prices by about 25%.

17 September 2005

Sprint to Test Wireless Broadband Technology

by teleclick
Sprint Nextel announced on Friday that it will be working with Samsung Telecommunications to test mobile WiMAX wireless broadband technology.

15 September 2005

Rogers Pleased with VoIP Response

by teleclick
After only two months in the VoIP telephony business, Rogers Communications Inc. is happy with customer response so far, said CEO Edward Rogers Jr. on Tuesday.

05 September 2005