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A glitch in O2's network left some iPhone users without an Internet connection for more than two days - although the basic 'phone functionality, along with WiFi, was unaffected.
Nokia is making its first 4G Long Term Evolution device - the RD-3 modem - available to carriers, promising 100Mb/s peak and 12Mb/s sustained throughput.
Trials carried out by mobile service provider Vodafone of HSPA+ packet data service show a peak data transfer rate of 16Mb/s, offering true broadband speeds on the go.
Nokia Siemens Networks has announced a new software-based upgrade for EDGE networks that promises to increase the download speed without the need to invest in new hardware.
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March 25 2020 | 14:00
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