4G technology stories - Page 2
Spark buys 2019 Rugby World Cup broadcast rights, should you worry?
Spark announced that it has secured the rights to bring to New Zealanders the Rugby World Cup 2019.
Chorus and Spark comment on the impact of last night’s storm
The majority of weather issues have been caused by power outages.
Spark and Skinny launching 240GB wireless broadband plans
Some wireless broadband customers can now access a massive 240GB of data as their broadband plan.
Vodafone and Nokia to create 4G network on the moon
Vodafone’s network expertise will be used to set up the Moon’s first 4G network.
Australian-designed 4G router delivers NBN speeds
Accelerated Concepts announced it has launched an Australian-designed 4G failover router that delivers NBN speeds.
Exclusive interview - Cradlepoint on how partners can benefit from networks-aaS
ChannelLife talks to Cradlepoint CMO and APAC MD about what to expect from the company’s move to a subscription model.
Cradlepoint embraces subscription model with new solutions
The model reflects the industry trend toward SaaS and aims to simplify the application of 4G LTE solutions for end-users.
Launch of Surface Pro LTE in NZ to revolutionise the 9-to-5 workforce
The much anticipated Microsoft Surface Pro with LTE has finally launched in NZ with a great opportunity for the channel to transform the workforce.
Spark and Vodafone work together to build new cell tower
Spark activated the new mobile cell site in Kirwee, a fast-growing town 40 minutes from Christchurch.
Faster internet speeds to spur Asia Pacific OTT video market
International players like Netflix and Amazon have already entered the APAC region to tap the market.
End of an era – 2degrees to shut up shop on 2G
2degrees has announced it's closing down its 2G services on its nationwide mobile network as of March 2018.
Ericsson makes digital transformation a reality for Vietnam telco
Ericsson and Vietnamese telecom operator VNPT are working together to provide an online charging system that will support 40 million subscribers.
Soaring mobile data usage in A/NZ an opportunity for businesses
Ericsson has released a report that reveals the highest mobile data growth since 2013 with year-over-year growth of 70 percent - and it's to continue.
5G aside, operators need to keep pushing 4G coverage
With so much recent focus on 5G, it is easy to overlook the importance to mobile operators of continuing to drive up usage over their LTE networks.
4G smartphone uptake a 'long slog' in markets like APAC
"While 4G handsets themselves have also been relatively pricey across the board."
Govt announces new RMA standard for telcos
“This Government has made a priority of removing obstacles to improve connectivity and to modernise and streamline processes."
Decline in router spend thanks to Australia’s 4G rollout
"Enterprise sales were stagnant, with growth through the first half of 2016 tempered by the Federal elections as projects were put on hold."
Explosive uptake of Cradlepoint solutions as APAC investment increases
"Ultimately giving businesses the ability to deploy new services to not only make money, but save it too.”
Taranaki to reap benefits of Spark 4G mobile coverage
“We’re always looking to improve access to mobile coverage across NZand we’re excited that Taranaki is now able to access the benefits of 4G."
How did this SMB ensure continuity and save thousands of dollars?
"People gave up queueing and went to competing stores. This single outage was estimated to cost the business over $10,000 in lost sales."
New RBI tower brings greater connectivity to Kauaeranga Valley
“Broadband and mobile coverage to Kauaeranga Valley will ensure residents can use fast broadband, while visitors who come here can stay connected."
Four ways network downtime can hurt your business – and how to prevent it
In most cases, a business can’t meet the needs of their customers, partners or even their own objectives when their network goes down.
Wireless technology changing the way we live and do business
Enterprise adoption of cloud, mobile and IoT technologies is driving the need for always on-connectivity for people, places and things— anywhere.
Spark and Vodafone show commitment with new cell towers
Mobile coverage has been expanded more than 1700 square kilometres of rural areas previously without coverage via 15 new cell towers.