VIAVI Solutions has announced that Rakuten, one of the world’s leading internet services companies and soon to be the newest mobile network operator in Japan, has selected the VIAVI TM500 system to support the rapid deployment of a nationwide, end-to-end cloud-native mobile network.
Embattled Chinese telecommunications vendor ZTE, has announced ambitious plans for 2019, by formally revealing its plans to introduce a 5G smartphone to the market in the first half of 2019.
Colt Technology Services has announced that it is further extending its presence in the Asia Pacific region by bringing its Colt IQ Network to Australia.
South Korean conglomerate Samsung has announced that it will launch a series of budget smartphones in Indian in an effort to meet the challenge posed by Chinese vendors in the lucrative smartphone market.
OPPO recently revealed its forthcoming 10x lossless zoom technology at its 2019 Future Technology Communication Conference. An OPPO spokesperson indicated that the 10x lossless zoom technology meets commercial standards and is ready for mass production. OPPO will showcase the breakthrough technology in Barcelona at MWC 2019.
US technology behemoth Apple has signed a new agreement with Samsung in relation to its streaming and content services in an effort to offset a decline in iPhone sales. The deal brokered between Apple and the South Korean conglomerate will enable the use of iTunes streaming services on Samsung smart TVs.
As the global threat landscape continues to increase in size and complexity, so does the number of add-on security solutions designed to address these challenges. In response, enterprises around the world are turning to network solutions with built-in security.
Huawei released the latest Wireless Fiber Solution (an enhanced WTTx solution) which increases home broadband (HBB) rates and improves market penetration.
Telstra today announced the addition of substantial capacity to its subsea cable infrastructure with its first large capacity purchase on the new-generation New Cross Pacific (NCP) cable, and a further investment in the faster cable.
Nokia and Ooredoo have set up the first 5G-ready Technology Centre in Myanmar. The Centre is the result of a successful collaboration with Yangon Technological University (YTU) that will be utilized by the students of Myanmar’s first diploma program in telecommunications.