Power / Energy
CA telco rolls out FTTH network for South Santa Clara County
California-based telecommunications company South Valley Internet (SVI) is on a mission to build its first Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) network across South Santa Clara County.
Test equipment vendors to tap opportunities from APAC data centers
Although the US has the most established market, Frost & Sullivan says 'market-savvy' vendors will be targeting APAC and its rapid growth.
D-Link introduces new industrial ethernet switches
With a range of operating temperatures, a fan-less design, and an IP30-rated metal enclosure, the switches were designed to be robust.
Telstra, Ericsson and Ciena deliver transatlantic encryption
Encrypted data was successfully transmitted between Los Angeles and Melbourne at 100 Gbps.
Gigabit network launched in China to offer unprecedented speeds
China Unicom with Ericsson have launched a Gigabit LTE network that allows subscribers to experience high-speed mobile broadband data.
World’s first Gigabit LTE device launching in Australlia
A huge announcement in Sydney today from NETGEAR, Qualcomm, Telstra and Ericsson kicked off the world’s first Gigabit LTE device.
Ovum on gigabit broadband: Is it speed for speed's sake?
Is there a genuine need for speeds of 1Gbps or more? Equipment vendors want to think so, but service providers Ovum has spoken to are less certain.
Vodafone announces pricing for gigabit broadband plans
After spending $22 million & partnering with Huawei, much of the cable network Vodafone inherited by acquiring TelstraClear is now capable of gigabit.
2degrees targets ‘multi-device’ users with new fibre broadband offering
2degrees is continuing its quest into the Gigabit market with ‘Speed Boost’, a service that it says will help achieve the 'fastest speeds possible'.
Telco review could mean huge opportunities for NZ
"We want all New Zealanders to get better Internet at fair prices - that means getting this review right."
Kiwis now have access to game changing Gigabit UFB
"It’s the reliability and consistency of performance of the future-proofed technology as well,"