Smart cities need smart traffic

Smart cities need smart traffic

Does the idea of putting an end to start-stop driving sound unrealistic? It might ...

Huawei ‘committed to a better, intelligent world’

Huawei ‘committed to a better, intelligent world’

Huawei, the provider of information and communications technology (ICT) solutions, confirms its commitment to ...

Are UK businesses struggling to deal with data?

Are UK businesses struggling to deal with data?

A recent survey by Ultima, provider of on-premise and cloud IT infrastructure and managed ...

The ultimate speeds for a delayed City

City of London gets a broadband speed boost

The City of London Corporation has announced that the Square Mile will be one ...

R&M acquires Czech Transportkabel

R&M expands its offering by acquiring Czech company, Transportkabel

The Swiss cabling specialist, R&M, announces the acquisition of the Czech company Transportkabel, headquartered ...

Simple, secure security

Pulse Secure’s simple security

Pulse Secure, provider of Secure Access solutions to both enterprises and service providers, announces ...

dialling up the pressure on BT.

Does BT need to watch out with Virgin Media and TalkTalk discussions underway?

Is sharing really caring when it comes to broadband? Well rumour has it Virgin ...

East Africa set to have 186m mobile broadband connections by 2022

East Africa set to have 186m mobile broadband connections by 2022

Could Ovum’s new forecaster data service really provide a complete view of a market? ...

Gatwick transitions from a network well past it’s expiry date to an all singing and dancing ‘fault tolerant network’

HPE brings ‘fault tolerant network’ to Gatwick Airport

Gatwick and HPE alike have upheld a clear focus on ‘intelligent edge’ and luckily ...

NetFoundry: Innovation without compromising security

NetFoundry: Innovation without compromising security

NetFoundry, a pioneer of Application-Specific Networking, announces its role as a global launch partner ...