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Carrier-grade KotahiNet bring IoT wireless network to New Zealand

KotahiNet plans a New Zealand-wide network using LoRaWAN; a new wireless technology designed for Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

Earlier this month the first part of the network launched in Wellington. 275 more words

Telecommunications

Pakistan Telecom Market Operators Research

contains about Major five operators different packages and the optionally dialling codes so that it’s relevant after, at least, a reasonable number of Time Span. Secondly URLs and other features are provided which enable direct access to the page which entails the description of the Package on the Operator’s site. 19 more words

Engineering

New Zealand takes global silver for LTE speed

New Zealand’s mobile network faster than UK, US and Australia. 

New Zealand has the world’s second fastest LTE phone downloads. Only Singapore has better mobile data speeds. 144 more words

Telecommunications

Dedicated Radio Frequency Planning playing Pivotal role in Urbanization

It is already the second decade of 21st century and the planning of the urban cities have gone under a drastic change. It is a brazen truth because the way the world population is growing and increasing, it is totally and completely important to take the help of… 317 more words

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Internet Speed: Another World Record For The Philippines

MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles) –The Philippines is among the worst performing countries in the world in terms of internet LTE speeds and coverage, according to a new… 143 more words

International

MNO Charging & Billing Systems

Year 1990 – The traditional offline charging system which only collects charging information after a service is rendered is unable to prevent the huge revenue loss caused by service overdraft. 650 more words

Telecommunications

Philippines Has One of Slowest LTE in the World

The Philippines has the seventh slowest LTE network among 68 countries, according to OpenSignal, which crowd sources data from smartphone users. The country has an average download speed of just six megabits per second (Mbps), ahead only of Bolivia, Puerto Rico, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Costa Rica and Iran. 63 more words

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