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telecommunications in Senegal. Various broadband initiatives have
been launched and the number of African countries offering
commercial ADSL reached 21 in 2005. Wireless access technologies are
increasingly being used as a substitute for poor or non-existing
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(Telecompaper) About 3400 delegates from 165 member states have signed the International Telecommunication Union's Radio Regulations' Final Acts, the international treaty governing the global use of radio-frequency spectrum and satellite orbits. The signatures were given during the ITU World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-19) at Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh , now concluded. The biggest takeaway from the conference was the identification of more frequency bands for 5G and the establishment of regulatory procedures for mega constellations of low earth orbit (LEO) satellites.
(Telecompaper) Microsoft has confirmed that the US Department of Commerce approved its application to export "mass-market software" to Huawei following the recent trade ban on sales to the Chinese tech giant. "On 20 November, the US Department of Commerce granted Microsoft's request for a licence to export mass-market software to Huawei. We appreciate the Department's action in response to our request," a Microsoft spokesman told Reuters via email. The confirmation comes shortly after US President Donald Trump said some suppliers would be permitted to restart sales to Huawei, which was added to the Entity List of banned companies over security concerns around 6 months ago.
(Telecompaper) AT&T is putting the pieces in motion to bring 5G service to tens of millions of consumers and businesses in 2019, ahead of plans to offer nationwide 5G in the first half of 2020. Following its recent launch of AT&T Unlimited Extra and AT&T Unlimited Elite, it's adding access to 5G service in these plans and will begin pre-orders for its first low-band 5G smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ 5G, on 25 November.
(Telecompaper) French telecom authority Arcep has released the procedure setting out the rules for the forthcoming 5G auction of 3.4-3.8 GHz spectrum. The document confirms the main principles laid out in the draft published in mid-July, while containing several adjustments taking into account feedback from operators and the view of the government.
(Telecompaper) Telefonica Mexico has announced an agreement to access AT&T's mobile infrastructure in Mexico with a view to improving the efficiency and quality of its network in the country on a long-term basis. The deal means Telefonica can immediately use AT&T's last-mile wireless equipment to gain capacity on AT&T's 3G and 4G network and any future access network technologies nationwide. Telefonica said it would maintain its transport network and all of its platforms, without operational or geographical restrictions, to meet the needs of Movistar users in the country.
(Telecompaper) Alphabet's Loon has reached an agreement with the 'Internet para Todos' (IPT) project launched last year by Telefonica and Facebook to expand mobile internet access to parts of the Peruvian Amazon using high-altitude balloons. Under the terms of the deal, the partners will work together to serve parts of Loreto, one of Peru's largest and most remote regions, providing underserved Telefonica customers with mobile internet coverage starting next year. Peru will therefore become the first country in Latin America to use Loon on a sustained, non-emergency basis, upon regulatory approval.
(Telecompaper) Verizon announced a new partnership with Snap to show off the possibilities of its 5G network over the Snapchat app. For Snap, the deal is expected to bring new content experiences for its users as well as joint marketing with Verizon, including on its 5G devices.
(Telecompaper) Orange will soon start selling its first 5G-ready own-brand smartphone, called Neva Jet, in Poland and Romania, with more markets to follow. Customers in Poland are already testing the handset in locations where the operator is conducting 5G trials. In this country, however, the Neva Jet will initially be available on existing 3G/4G networks for its commercial launch, expected in the coming weeks.
(Telecompaper) Swedish private equity fund EQT Infrastructure has announced the merger of its portfolio companies IP-Only of Sweden and GlobalConnect, which supplies fibre communications and data centre services in Norway, Denmark and Northern Germany.
(Telecompaper) The Indian Cabinet has approved a 2-year moratorium on spectrum fees for domestic telecommunications operators, The Economic Times reports, citing Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. Given the current "fin stress" faced by major operators, the government decided to defer payments of spectrum auction installments due in the fiscal years 2020-21 and 2021-2022, the minister said.
VoIP - Voice over internet
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is like a
phone just connected to the internet, where is use a protocol
optimized for the transmission of voice through the Internet or
other packet switched networks.
VoIP is also known as IP Telephony, Internet telephony, Broadband telephony, Broadband Phone and Voice over Broadband.
Internet usage, broadband and telecommunications reports Senegall
Internet Usage Statistics:
Internet users as of September, 2006;
4.9% of the population,
according to ITU.