Украинские мобильные операторы заявили о готовности своих сетей к 4G. Об этом сообщает Интерфакс-Украина. Мобильный оператор «Киевстар» подготовил 70% своей радиосети к внедрению 4G и намерен до конца второго квартала 2017 года увеличить этот показатель […]
Готовность сетей мобильных операторов к 4G находится на высоком уровне. До конца года вырастет до 100%.
Мобильный оператор "Киевстар" подготовил 70% своей радиосети к внедрению 4G (LTE) и намерен до конца второго квартала 2017 года увеличить этот показатель до 100%.
"Киевстар" рассчитывает совместно с "Vodafone-Украина" и lifecell договориться с НКРСИ о перераспределении частот и технейтральности в диапазоне 900 МГц до конца года
Мобильный оператор "Киевстар" рассчитывает совместно "Vodafone-Украина" и lifecell до конца 2017 года договорится с Национальной комиссией, осуществляющей государственное регулирование в сфере связи и информатизации ( НКРСИ), о распределении каждому из операторов полосы частот по 5 МГпц в диапазоне 900 МГц и обеспечении технологической нейтральности в этом диапазоне.
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BT, TalkTalk, Sky and EE score poorly for speed and reliability, with small firm Zen Internet named best supplierThe biggest broadband providers are failing on basic customer service, speed and reliability – with TalkTalk and BT named as the worst suppliers – according to a survey by consumer group Which?TalkTalk, BT, Sky and EE – which collectively have a 72% share of the market – all scored poorly in the broadband customer satisfaction survey. The small provider Zen Internet was named as the best. Continue reading...
MPs warn that six-month delay of cheaper ESN system approved by Theresa May could be ‘tragedy in waiting’Britain’s emergency services face a “potentially catastrophic” six-month period without a crucial communications system, MPs have warned. Theresa May, when she was home secretary, approved the purchase of the £1.2bn emergency services network (ESN) as a cheaper option to replace the Airwave communications system currently used by police, fire and ambulance services. Continue reading...
Если отделить вычисления телеком-операторов от аппаратной части, то можно получить высокую производительность и сильно экономить. Однако российские крупные игроки не торопятся избавляться от железных серверов и другого оборудования. Почему?
Представители Vodafon отказались назвать точную дату релиза, однако, согласно источникам TechRadar.com, продажи начнутся в конце апреля — начале мая 2017 года. Цена Nokia 3310 в Великобритании составит 49 евро (около 3 тыс. руб.).Обновлённый телефон Nokia 3310 был представлен в конце февраля на выставке MWC 2017 в Барселоне. Производитель Nokia 3310 HMD Global объявил тогда, что в продажу телефон поступит "в один день по всему миру".
Террористическая атака, в результате которой 11 апреля был отменён матч Лиги чемпионов между «Боруссией» и «Монако», пополнила чёрный список.
AT&T has agreed to acquire Straight Path for $1.25 billion in an all stock deal.
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The Moscow mayor's office is in talks with a consortium of mobile operators over the possibility of developing 5G networks, the Kommersant daily reported on April 7. The government is determined to make the project an attractive investment for the operators and hopes the Russian capital will have 5G networks in 2020. Moscow’s telecom market is divided between four major players: Russian companies Megfon, VimpelCom, and MTS, plus European Tele2 – which entered the fray in 2015. A query from RBTH about a 5G consortium received an optimistic response from Megafon and Tele2, but VimpelCom and MTS decided not to answer. "The consortium may lay the foundation for the joint development of this technology by all the operators," said Konstantin Prokshin, head of strategic communications at Tele2. Proposed ‘big data’ law will empower Russians in the digital realm The support of the authorities is important for telecom operators because such issues as equipment deployment and power supply can often be solved only with the government’s help, explained Yulia Dorokhina, head of the press service at Megafon. 2018 World Cup and rivalry with London City of London Corp., which runs London's financial center at the municipal level, has announced its plans to switch to the 5G standard as soon as it becomes available, writes The Financial Times. The company has signed a multimillion dollar wireless Internet upgrade contract with Cornerstone, which is owned by the Vodafone and O2 telecom operators. Global capitals will be competing with each other over which of them will become the first to switch to 5G, said Konstantin Prokshin. The pace at which new technologies are introduced suggests that Moscow can indeed become one of the leaders in the development of 5G, he added. "Moscow's mobile market is one of the most developed in the world, with a low average cost of services and high quality," Prokshin pointed out. During the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow and St. Petersburg, Megafon plans to set up 5G test zones, Yulia Dorokhina said. "One of the main advantages offered by the new network is its huge capacity. The client receives high-quality signal in places of mass gathering of people – stadiums, railway stations, traffic jams," she added. What is known about 5G today Exact 5G specifications are still being developed, but one of them – as identified by the Next Generation Mobile Networks alliance – will be a speed of 100 megabits per second for residents of large cities. "So far, some disparate research experiments have been conducted. What exactly the 'fifth generation' will provide is not quite clear," said Vladimir Korovkin, head of Innovations and Digital Technologies at the Moscow School of Management Skolkovo. He added that the focus of 5G developers is not to increase the bandwidth of the channel, but to provide a guaranteed high-speed signal and density of coverage. "Both these features are important for mass use of M2M (machine to machine) networks," Korovkin explained. One of the crucial questions is who will be producing the technical equipment and how the link to international networks will work. For the first time, Chinese companies, in particular Huawei, are taking an active part in creating a new standard, Korovkin pointed out. For example, Megafon has successfully tested mobile data transmission at 1 Gbit/s using Huawei equipment and at 5 Gbit/s during network equipment tests with the Finnish company Nokia, Dorokhina said. Read more: Russians believe their life would not change without Internet>>>
Ericsson (ERIC) and its partner Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO) have joined hands once again, this time, to supply and install IP routers for Nextel. This is their first agreement in Brazil.
A little while back, I wrote about Keynes’ prediction that our greatest challenge today would be what to do with all the leisure time we now have as a result of technology doing all the work that previously kept us occupied. My conclusion was – as you’re probably only too well aware – that this problem doesn’t seem to have materialized as we’ve just filled the time with even more work in pursuit of increased productivity, higher incomes and better standards of living. This debate has taken a new turn in recent months as we ask a more nuanced question about the role of technology in our lives, questioning the fundamental case for technology progression at all: Do we really want to be more productive? What are the unintended consequences of technology making the little things in life easier and easier? My thinking on this was sparked by a fascinating depiction of a day of our lives in 2030 by Vodafone’s Head of Product Management, Sally Fuller. In this utopia/dystopia, as I wake up my coffee machine is alerted by the sensors under my skin that I will soon be vying for my caffeine hit. By the time I’ve walked downstairs to the kitchen, there it is – my latte, good to go – while my self-driving car programs itself ready to take me to a meeting location that it already knows. And so it continues… a completely frictionless day during which I waste no time on menial tasks like making a cup of coffee or programming a SatNav. The key message is that we need to be conscious – as individuals and managers within organizations – about how we use this time... On the one hand this sounds fantastic. Maybe as a result I’ve saved enough time to get to that early morning Yoga class or meet an equally tech-enabled friend for breakfast before work, in which case this technology development has enriched my life by giving me the opportunity to do things that enhance my vitality. Alternatively, I find myself in a context whereby all my similarly augmented colleagues (seem to be) using this time to work harder, for longer, and to produce more. In this scenario, the extra time simply amplifies the already hyper-competitive nature of work, fuelling anxiety and burnout, and removing from my day the few legitimate opportunities I had to defocus while doing something simple. Both scenarios are plausible and we see versions of them playing out today as a result of the technological progress we’ve experienced so far: the emergence of the leisure industry to facilitate those great experiences and, simultaneously, an intensification of work with those on the highest incomes now working more hours rather than less in order to stay ahead of the competition. Perhaps then, the key message is that we need to be conscious – as individuals and managers within organizations – about how we use this time ourselves and how we signal to others that they should use this time too. Particularly in light of the fact that, as technology continues to replace repetitive, routine tasks, the work we humans will be left with will be complex and require reflection, focus and innovation, rather than additional hours tapping away at a keyboard, stressed and anxious. If we simply go with the flow, we are likely to find ourselves caught up in the dystopia of anxiety and overwork that will eventually be our undoing. Be conscious about how we’re investing our time – and how we encourage those in our teams to do so - and we’re far more likely to navigate towards that Yoga session and lazy breakfast utopia. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.