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Europe may see mobile network interruptions this winter Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February earlier this year, there has been almost daily talk about potential energy shortages and soaring costs. According to telecom sector insiders, any power outages or energy restrictions may have a negative impact on communication networks. According to this assertion, many European nations do not have enough backup measures to mitigate power outages. This increases the likelihood of tower batteries running out and mobile networks failing. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/mr2kdvm6 Deutsche Telekom unveils the 5G T Phone Deutsche Telekom has introduced their T Phone and T Phone Pro, two in-house handsets with prices starting below €250 and now available in 10 European regions. Subscribers in Austria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania and Slovakia will be able to purchase the gadgets. Both devices run on Android 12.0 and have three rear cameras,…

NTT DOCOMO and NEC Corporation have completed a test to evaluate the energy efficiency and performance of AWS Graviton2 processors across major parts of the 5G core network (5GC).   The testing indicated a 72% decrease in power usage when compared to existing x86 processors while utilizing NEC’s 5GC software running on AWS Graviton2. The study examined performance in a 5GC hybrid cloud environment using AWS Graviton2 and the Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) infrastructure installed locally by DOCOMO..   These findings promote the creation of a hybrid cloud environment for telecommunication networks in the future, allowing mobile carriers to offer their users better networks that are disaster-resistant.   Following the end of this first phase, the companies will perform a second phase experiment on DOCOMO’s premises to verify the 5GC network operation on AWS Outposts equipped with Graviton2 processors.   Naoki Tani, Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer, Executive General…

DIDWW, a global provider of premium quality VoIP communication and SIP trunking services for businesses and telco carriers, has announced their partnership with Cloud Group. This cooperation will enable the fast-growing Belgian telecom operator to boost its product portfolio, enhance the quality of its communication services, and offer extended reach to its enterprise customers.   As experts in the domain of virtual phone systems, Cloud Group offers solutions for businesses of all sizes. Their user-oriented communications enable customers to use IP-phones, web phones, IP DECTs and a CloudCall application for iOS/Android to make and receive calls. Cloud Group’s PBX solutions are developed in-house, which ensures unlimited service options and custom configurations for organizations of any type.   Under the new partnership, Cloud Group will leverage DIDWW’s high-quality VoIP services in over 80 countries, including geographic, mobile, national and toll-free DID numbers, coupled with two-way SIP trunking and virtually unlimited call…

Telefónica and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. have established a partnership to improve their positions as market leaders in the future of XR and the Metaverse. Utilizing the Snapdragon Spaces™ XR Developer Platform and Telefónica’s cutting-edge fixed and mobile network infrastructure, the two companies will collaborate on building and expanding the XR ecosystem.   The agreement also covers the launching of XR/metaverse goods and services as well as an  investigation of collaborative business potential. With the implementation  of this agreement, it will be possible to offer consumers brand-new experiences that combine the digital and analog worlds, reimagining communication, entertainment and commerce in the Metaverse.   Snapdragon Spaces, a platform from Qualcomm Technologies, enables programmers to maximize wearable AR’s potential through the use of cutting-edge technologies, a cross-device SDK, and an open XR ecosystem. Telefónica sees significant potential in fusing powerful networks, decentralized Web3 and immersive gadgets.   Both businesses are attempting to…

What if one day there was no Internet? The Web as we know it would be gone for good. Sites like Facebook, Twitter and Google would only exist in the memories of people who lived through the Great Disconnection.   The Internet is the greatest invention and technological revolution since the printing press. Since its creation, we’ve built our whole lives around this innovation, depending on it for almost everything. But what would happen if the Internet was no more? What would life be like without the Internet? There are no attempts to dismantle the Internet that we are aware of, therefore you have nothing to be concerned about. But isn’t it fascinating to consider what might happen if the Internet would suddenly shut down?   If the Internet suddenly went down at this very moment, we wouldn’t make a huge issue out of it, as it happens sometimes, but…

T-Mobile gives an AI wildfire detection system access to 5G T-Mobile US, the disaster-focused tech startup Pano AI, and Portland General Electric have collaborated to install a network of 5G-connected cameras near Portland, Oregon. The cameras are linked to an AI detection system that watches for the earliest indications of wildfires so that the emergency services can respond to these possible emergencies more quickly than they would otherwise. Given the horrific wildfires that have ravaged the United States in recent years, systems such as these have the potential to be extremely valuable. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/yr7xr3ac European telecoms testing holographic calls Together with Matsuko, Telefónica, Orange, Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone are creating a platform that will connect the physical and digital worlds via a mobile connection. The experimental platform takes advantage of 5G connectivity, which has a fast speed, high bandwidth and low latency. The system produces a 2D video…

When choosing the right equipment, it is important to consider the additional criteria that is necessary to meet the changing expectations of professional equipment for mobile workplaces. Among other things, this includes the seamless use of purchased devices anywhere, and the possibility of multi-purpose technology. Snom has been taking this approach in the development of its IP phones for some time now. Through numerous integrations, Snom IP phones have become integral to intelligent office environments. Snom is now extending this strategy to its headsets and conference phones, while its new A330 M/D headset and the new C300 speakerphone contribute to the work-life balance of employees. Snom A330 M/D: Headset with full-band audio and comfort Thanks to state-of-the-art D/A converter technology and optimized speakers, the Snom A330 M/D is a mono- or binaural USB headset that delivers outstanding HD audio quality across the entire human hearing spectrum. The…

TPx, a managed services company that offers cybersecurity, managed networks and cloud communications, has added Penetration Scanning to its Security Advisory Services offering.   TPx Penetration Scanning makes use of an automated scanning platform, which allows for quick turnaround times and cost-effective services. This advanced product expands on TPx’s Vulnerability Scanning, which examines network-connected devices in order to discover possible security leaks.   The combination of penetration and vulnerability scanning when used jointly offers a more thorough method of risk identification and security reinforcement. TPx Vulnerability and Penetration Scan simulates hacker behavior to assist clients evaluate the probability that a criminal will be able to successfully attack a company’s weaknesses in order to obtain access to systems or secret information on the network. Scanners track a company’s risk profile in almost real-time, with the  analysis being conducted as a one-time activity or on a regular basis.   Rick Mace, CEO…

Sangoma Technologies Corporation, a supplier of cost-effective Communications as a Service (CaaS) solutions for companies of all sizes, has announced the sale and shipment of the one millionth IP desk phone to Jenne Inc., a long-time Sangoma partner. “We’ve had a long and very successful relationship with Sangoma. And part of that, is the excellence of their ‘all built in-house’ UCaaS solution, which includes tightly integrated desk phones designed for their UC environment. Desk phones continue to be an important part of the overall UC solution set, especially to brick-and-mortar businesses. The achievement of delivering one million phones to the marketplace is impressive and will continue to be a big part of Jenne’s overall success, whether that is in delivering cloud-based or on-premises solutions,” said Dean Jenne, president of sales, Jenne Inc.   Sangoma’s IP desk phones are part of an integrated cloud communications solution created and manufactured by…

FCC to tackle space debris problem New regulations have been proposed by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to address the escalating space debris issue. The regulatory body hopes to cut the 25-year period when low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites are permitted to linger in space after their mission ends to no more than five years. The probability of this space debris colliding with something important such as a working satellite would be reduced if this unused equipment were to be deorbited sooner. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/2p9aj6jk TalkTalk establishes two new wholesale divisions TalkTalk has revealed the launch of two new wholesale businesses. The first focuses on business-to-business wholesale services, while the second focuses on the consumer market sector. The Business Wholesale Services segment will provide resellers, aggregators and system integrators with premium and high bandwidth services. Meanwhile, the company’s nearly one million home clients will be served by the…