Passengers will be able to connect their computers to the internet via UMTS USB modems, or via the new on-board Wi-Fi system, which ensures high quality continuous connections. The on-board WiFi system is also accessible to smart phones, netbooks and indeed any other WiFi-enabled device. Continue reading ‘Broadband mobile and Wi-Fi access on high-speed trains’
The field trial will also focus on the usage of small cell solutions (such as pico cells) to address “hot spot” and indoor coverage applications, and their related throughput and latency performance. Continue reading ‘Alcatel-Lucent and Telecom Italia to trial LTE technologies’
Poste Mobile, the telecomunication arm of the Italian post office that quickly became the country’s biggest MVNO, is promoting a very low-cost phone manufactured by Chinese company ZTE. Continue reading ‘Poste Mobile to sell ZTE’s low cost phone’
Italian M2M modules manufacturer Telit, Deutsche Telekom and T-Mobile will be pooling their expertise to promote M2M applications in the German and international markets based on the terms of a memorandum of understanding just signed by the three companies. Continue reading ‘Telit to promote M2M in the German market’
Italian telecom equipment manufacturer Italtel announced its intention to lay off 400 people in its Italian sites.
The management said the company is facing diminishing orders from its top customer Telecom Italia.
Telit will supply Magneti Marelli the M2M wireless connectivity modules included in the ‘telematics boxes’ developed by Magneti Marelli. Continue reading ‘Telit helps Magneti Marelli to supply telematics solutions’