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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) Extreme Networks has agreed to acquire Aerohive Networks for USD 272 million. The deal strengthens its portfolio in WLAN networks and cloud management and edge applications, as well as boosting subscription revenue.
(Telecompaper) The European Commission has confirmed the start of a formal antitrust investigation into whether Broadcom may be restricting competition through exclusivity practices in sales of its set-top box and modem chipsets. The Commission said initial investigations show the competition violations are serious enough to warrant interim measures against the company until it reaches a final decision in the case.
(Telecompaper) Ericsson announced plans to build its first fully-automated smart factory in the US. The factory will produce Advanced Antenna System radios to boost mobile network capacity and coverage, including rural coverage, as well as 5G radios for urban areas. The company underlined that both product lines will be necessary for rapid 5G deployments in North America.
(Telecompaper) T-Mobile US has launched the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G smartphone and started limited 5G service in six cities. The phone runs on 5G in mmWave spectrum in parts of Atlanta, Cleveland, Dallas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and New York. T-Mobile said customers would not pay extra for accessing the 5G services.
(Telecompaper) Italian operators Fastweb and Wind Tre have announced an agreement to team up on the rollout of a nationwide 5G network. The deal follows that reached by rivals Telecom Italia (TIM) and Vodafone in February – with both having since launched their 5G networks – and paves the way for Fastweb and Wind Tre to share their respective assets in order to accelerate the deployment of 5G mobile broadband infrastructure throughout the country.
(Telecompaper) US chipmakers are still selling millions of dollars of products to Huawei despite the government ban on the sale of American technology to the Chinese company, four people with knowledge of the sales told the New York Times. Companies such as Intel and Micron have found ways to avoid labeling goods as American-made, notably goods they produce outside the US. The components began to flow to Huawei about three weeks ago, the report said.
(Telecompaper) Satellite broadcaster Sky Italia has confirmed that current KPN CEO Maximo Ibarra will take over as its new chief executive on 01 October immediately after leaving the Dutch operator. In a statement cited by La Stampa and other Italian dailies, Sky Italia said Ibarra's background played a key role in his appointment ahead of the launch of its telecommunications service later this year.
(Telecompaper) South Korean operator SK Telecom and Deutsche Telekom held a town hall meeting on 24 June in Korea. The meeting was attended by around 100 executives from both companies including Park Jung-ho, CEO of SK Telecom, and Timotheus Hoettges, CEO of Deutsche Telekom, to discuss diverse 5G business strategies. At this meeting, SK Telecom and Deutsche Telekom agreed to establish a joint venture company to develop 5G services, including a 5G repeater and a 5G in-building service; a Multipath UDP for access management; and a MPEG Media Transport (MMT) technology for media streaming.
(Telecompaper) A number of telecom, infrastructure and device manufacturing companies have come together to form the Light Communications Alliance (LCA), with the aim of promoting new Light Communications (LC) mobile technology. The founding members, namely Nokia, Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (Du), Ledvance, Liberty Global, Lucibel, Orange, pureLiFi, LiFi Research & Development Centre, Velmenni, Zero.1, CEA Leti, and Institut Mines-Telecom, want to establish and advocate the use of standards in LC, which they say will complement and enhance 5G services and other radio frequency technologies such as Wi-Fi.
(Telecompaper) America Movil and Telefonica's infrastructure subsidiary Telxius have announced plans to roll out a new 7,300 km submarine cable along the Pacific coast of Latin America. The two largest telecommunication groups in Latin America said the cable will connect Puerto San Jose (Guatemala) with Valparaiso (Chile) and have additional landing points in Salinas (Ecuador), Lurin (Peru) and Arica (Chile). It will have an initial estimated capacity of 108 Tbps with six fibre pairs offering the lowest possible latency between Guatemala and Chile, combined with the highest levels of service, reliability and security, said the partners in a joint statement.
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.