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The below wireless news is from a number of sources including: Hack a Day and The Register.

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Wednesday, 14 March 2018 00:00

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Enjoying that 25Mbps internet speed, America? Oh, it's just 6Mbps? And you're unhappy? Can't imagine why
Saturday, 20 July 2019 08:20

Comment American internet users are, seemingly, getting a quarter of the internet speed they are paying for.

That's the upshot of yet another survey, this time in the US state of Georgia, that demonstrates that American consumers are being institutionally lied to about their broadband.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution hired a data specialist to do a statewide study of what internet users were really getting when it comes to broadband. After compiling readings from over 380,000 individual users across the state, the results were even worse than expected: internet users are getting just 6.3Mbps on average despite official US government statistics

Friday, 19 July 2019 20:25

Transport for London is to trial 4G services on the eastern half of the Jubilee line, and is looking to work with a firm that wants to run a Underground-wide network by the mid-2020s.

The pilot, starting March, will cover stations and tunnels between Westminster and Canning Town, including ticket halls. Waterloo and London Bridge stations are excluded, but TfL hopes to add them later in 2020, subject to approvals.

The idea is that the mobile providers will pay to access the network which will be run by a third party. TfL has shortlisted four companies: Axia SC Consortium, BAI

What else can we add to UK.gov's tech project bonfire? Oh yeah, 5G
Friday, 19 July 2019 18:15

The UK's ÂŁ217m 5G testbed trials have already hit a major speed bump due to a lack of available equipment, according to an official report.

In the Infrastructure Project Authority's annual report (PDF), the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport's (DCMS) programme was rated as amber/red – meaning delivery is doubtful.

The project intends to establish a national programme of coordinated 5G testbeds and trials and is funded from the ÂŁ740m pot for digital communications technologies announced in the 2016 Autumn Statement .

In March 2018, the government announced six winners of the first phase of the 5G Testbeds

Having flogged off its data centers, AT T cozies up to Microsoft, IBM to keep it running
Thursday, 18 July 2019 05:29

In a cloud war, the US telco opts for the Swiss model, stays neutral


Satya Nadella, left, and his new best buddy John Donovan, CEO of AT&T Communications

AT&T has announced “strategic alliances” with both IBM and Microsoft, as it looks to capitalize on cloud computing without getting its hands dirty.

In the beginning of 2019, the world’s largest telco completed the sale of its data center business to Brookfield infrastructure, offloading 31 facilities for $1.1bn, to become the foundation of an independent colocation business called Evoque.

Now, AT&T is making inroads with major cloud vendors, hoping to take advantage

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