SmarTone & Infovista revolutionise HK's telecoms with Ativa
SmarTone, Hong Kong's leading 5G network, and Infovista dramatically enhance customer experience and network performance by utilising Infovista's innovative Ativa solution.
Progility partners with Aussie retailer to enhance in-store cell coverage
Progility Technologies partners with an Australian retailer to solve in-store cellular coverage issues using high-tech repeaters.
Farewell to the 3G network
With the development of 4G networks in the 2010s and teens, the importance of 3G networks in Australia began to decline.
Spark to close 3G network, makes way for 5G in rural Aotearoa
Spark will close down its legacy 3G network towards the end of 2025, freeing up limited radio spectrum that will enable its 5G roll out across rural Aotearoa.
The reality of Australia’s 3G shutdown needs to sink in before it comes back to bite our essential services
Reliance on Australia's 3G network puts many industries at risk as Telstra plans to shut it down in June 2024. Transition to 4G is crucial.
The sun is setting on 3G and the dawn of 5G is looming
With 3G being phased out across the UK, businesses need to be prepared to reap the rewards presented by the fifth generation of mobile connectivity.
2G and 3G networks are 'open doors' for cyber attacks
Security researchers have warned about SS7 for decades, however, the vulnerabilities have become more severe in recent years.
Spark buys 2019 Rugby World Cup broadcast rights, should you worry?
Spark NZ bags rights for Rugby World Cups, free and paid streaming ahead.
G-ME launches blockchain-backed GPS device
The device uses CROWN’s blockchain technology, supposedly making users’ location data immutable and impossible to counterfeit.
Spark extends mobile coverage for the summer months
As soon as summer comes around, Kiwis all over NZ pack up their bags and get the heck away from cities, which is why Spark has made its move.
Nostalgia or nonsense? Nokia’s revamped brick launches in NZ next week
The Nokia 3310 3G retains some of the features of the past but has obviously had some Botox, a tummy tuck and new organ replacements.
End of an era – 2degrees to shut up shop on 2G
2degrees bids farewell to 2G, urges tech upgrade ahead of March '18 shut down.
Accelerated Concepts fires up local channel for 4G failover routers
4G failover router vendor Accelerated Concepts has signed NPS as its master reseller for Australia and New Zealand as it gears up for a channel push.
Telstra takes on $30 million NT co-investment project
Telstra inks a $30 million co-investment deal with the Northern Territory Government to provide broadband and 3G mobile to remote NT locations.
SnapperNet ramps up IoT offerings in face of strong demand
SnapperNet is ramping up its vendor portfolio to help Kiwi resellers address the burgeoning internet of things/machine to machine market.
Telstra signs Woolworths as wholesaler for 3G mobile
Woolworths boosts its retail prowess, joining forces with Telstra to provide 3G mobile services, covering 98.5% of Aussies.
Update: Vodafone network back in business
The cause of this morning’s mobile issue was a core network router problem in Christchurch, which led to mobile voice and TXT services problems.
Vodafone network down and out
Customers nationwide using the 2G, 3G and 4G network may be having difficulty making and receiving calls, TXTs and using data.
Vodafone makes NZ's first successful Voice over 4G (LTE) tests
Vodafone's VoLTE success hints at a revolution in NZ's mobile calling with instant connection and HD voice over its growing 4G network.
Data consumption sky rockets as Kiwis change smartphone habits
Mobile data usage at Fieldays increased by over 50%, while text message usage decreased by over 30%, according to statistics from Telecom.
Uploading King as Telecom network sees data traffic surge
During recent major events, like the Bruce Springsteen concert in Auckland, telco has seen mobile uploads actually exceed download.
Vodafone NZ: 4G will just get better and better...
Vodafone secures 18-year 700MHz spectrum for $66m, will continue delivering leading 4G network in New Zealand.
Plasma/LCD TVs up, digital cameras down
More opt for plasma/LCD TVs while digital camera sales slump, reveals Roy Morgan tech report.
It’s time to redefine mobility
The need for a rock solid, mobility-enabled network which reaches users no matter where they are, is an investment priority for many organisations.