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German Telecom Company Chooses Huawei To Start 5G Network Project

VANESSA ROMO        ROB SCHMITZ December 12, 20193:22 PM ET    The German deal with Huawei has not been finalized. It is contingent on the technology and companies passing a security certification according to German law. German network provider Telefonica Deutschland has chosen Huawei to help build its next generation 5G network, ignoring pleas […]

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What does the future of the internet look like, and how will it impact telecommunications?

The internet may feel like it’s everywhere, but large pockets of sky, swathes of land and most of the oceans are still beyond a signal’s reach. Three decades after the first cellphone went on sale – the $US4,000 Motorola DynaTAC 8000X “Brick” – half the world remains unconnected. For some it costs too much, but […]

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High-Tech Infrastructure Big Telecom Refuses to Use

One of the arguments Internet service providers like Verizon, Time Warner Cable and Comcast make against net neutrality is that building up broadband infrastructure is too costly to keep an open web. But guess what: Your city may already be wired for high-speed fiber — you’re just not allowed to use it. Hundreds of cities across the U.S. […]

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How to Use a New Renewable Energy Source: Infrared Radiation

  The breakthrough: Scientists at Harvard may have discovered how to utilize an entirely new renewable energy source — the Earth’s infrared emissions into outer space. Heated by the sun, our planet continuously leaks an astounding 100 million gigawatts of energy into the frigid vacuum beyond. Capturing only a fraction of that would be enough to power all of […]

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Thousands of Intricate Undersea Cables Connecting Us to the Internet

Growing up in the digital age has allowed us to think about the Internet as a kind of natural resource – something we have because of course we do. But it’s easy to forget that a technology so ubiquitous and central to our daily lives requires solid materials to function. Enter the maps below: The […]

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A move to Plan A2Z Software is the logical CPT conclusion

  “CPT  (Cross Platform Tools) vendors put increasingly more emphasis on targeting enterprises.” The sceptical side to me wonders if this is because enterprises are more forgiving of the poorer app UIs and poorer app performance of many of these tools.  Nevertheless… “30% report they have realized 50%+ time savings thanks to their Cross-Platform Tools.” […]

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Another Big Way Your Mobile Phone or Cloud Computing Solution Could Be Open To Hackers

There is a hole in mobile security that could makes tens of millions of Americans vulnerable. Despite the fact that every major Internet provider has added some kind encryption to its services over the past year, tracking your online traffic is easier than you think. And you don’t have to be the target of the […]

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Forget ‘the Cloud’ and embrace ‘the Fog’

Plan A2Z Software, anytime, anywhere We live in a world where continuous high-speed web connection from mobile devices is becoming the norm. Plan A2Z has tools to help you access your data anywhere you go. Our software can be used on you iPad and iPhone allow users to view, edit, and search for data on […]

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Australian operators improve customer service

Australian telecoms regulator the Australian Communications and Media Authority has announced a “sustained reduction” in complaints to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO) from consumers regarding customer service issues. In September 2011 ACMA warned operators to improve their customer service and complaint handling by February the following year or face tougher regulation. At the time, the regulator had […]

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Renewable energy and telecommunications

by The Plus Team This article is part of a series celebrating the 20th birthday of the Isaac Newton Institute in Cambridge. The Institute is a place where leading mathematicians from around the world can come together for weeks or months at a time to indulge in what they like doing best: thinking about maths and exchanging ideas without […]

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