Thomson Broadcast, a major systems integrator and transmission specialist, is set to showcase its system integration capability for analog and digital networks at Cabsat.
The leading platform for the broadcast,
Apple Inc said it will soon start charging for iTunes Radio, its music-streaming service that competes with Pandora Media Inc.
ITunes Radio, which was announced in 2013, will no longer be free from the end of January, Apple said i
Leading telecommunications provider Ooredoo Group and Ericsson have signed a group frame agreement for the supply of radio, core and transmission solutions, as well as related implementation and integration services.
Leader in the world of power generation Alstom and information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider Huawei have completed a pilot project to develop a Long Term Evolution (LTE) 4G multi-service broadband radio networking techno
Ericsson Networks Software 15B delivers many new capabilities in the areas of radio access, cloud and virtualization, as well as in the network management and control domain, said a top official.
Upon introduction, the new Ericsso
Ericsson, a world leader in communications technology and services, has launched its new modular radio system, which will redefine how mobile networks are built on every level.
In big cities like New York, the air space above buil
The UAE has has won the membership of the International Telecommunication Union Council for the third time in a row.
The elections witnessed strong competition from 18 countries on 13 memberships reserved for the Asia region out o
Compared with global trends, many aspects of digital services are under-served in the Middle East region, with many services either absent or immature, said an industry expert.
“Demand in the region for new services –
Simoco Group, a leading mobile radio specialist, has won a five-year contract to deliver an advanced digital mobile radio (DMR) solution with its partner United Commercial Agencies (UCA) for the Bahrain International Airport.
The media most visited by Bahrainis is the Internet at 36.75 per cent followed by television at 28.5 per cent, local newspapers 21.5 per cent and radio 13.25 per cent.
These statistics were revealed in a study by research student