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Airbus helps to secure major conference

Airbus has announced that it will be provide the 54th Munich Security Conference with mission-critical and "tap-proof" communications, when it takes place at the end of this week.

EE makes rural connectivity plans

EE has pledged to provide 'superfast' broadband to previously poorly connected - mainly rural - areas across the UK. The company has estimated that its service will ultimately reach in the region of 580,000 premises, with trials having already taken place in the Northern Fells area of Cumbria.

Ericsson announces 5G forwards compatibility

Ericsson has stated that products from its Radio System radio access network installed post-2015 will be able to run 5G NR (new radio). This functionality will be achieved through remote software installation.



Jersey trials IoT expansion

Telecommunications company JT is rolling out a new LPWA network across Jersey, with the intention of improving the island’s Internet of Things capability. The company has collaborated on the project with Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation and Sony Europe Limited.



Nokia announces 5G portfolio

Nokia has described the constituent parts of its new Future X architecture for 5G, while simultaneously launching its new ReefShark chipsets on the same day.

London Mayor’s digital comms plan

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has asked those living in the capital to share their ideas on the potential future use of digital communications technology and data.

iOS 11.3 to add support for Advanced Mobile Location

Apple has announced that iOS 11.3 which will go live this spring, will include support for Advanced Mobile Location (AML), which automatically send a user's current location when making a call to emergency services in countries where AML is supported.

Ordnance Survey to play core CAV role

Ordnance Survey has been appointed to consult on national infrastructure ahead of the anticipated development of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV).


Milton Keynes receives £40 million broadband investment

Vodaphone and CityFibre are rolling out full fibre broadband infrastructure across Milton Keynes. The work is taking place as part of the latter company’s FTTP (fibre to the premises) programme, and will involve an investment of around £40 million.






Sepura's journey to the East

The first TETRA terminals bearing the Sepura brand have been manufactured at Hytera’s Longgang factory in Shenzhen, China.

DCRS provides MOTOTRBO Capacity Plus solution to Resorts World Birmingham

DCRS, a two-way radio dealership based in St Ives, Cambridgeshire; has supplied a MOTOTRBO Capacity Plus solution to Resorts World Birmingham?, a cruise ship shaped development that encompasses a shopping outlet and leisure & entertainment complex comprising of 50 retail units, a 178-bedroom ...

Dynamic Spectrum Alliance updates model rules for TV White Space technology

?The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) has today (9 January) published new model rules for TV White Space (TVWS) technology, to provide governments, policy makers and regulators with tools to enable the quick and efficient deployment of TVWS networks to help bridge the digital divide and support the ...

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