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Analogue switch off furthers 4G timetable

Posted by Paul Storey | 24 Oct 2012, 13:29 PM


Ofcom announced yesterday that the UK switch over to digital television is complete, and have confirmed that the 800MHz wireless spectrum is now freed up for use by the 4G network.

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PCI: Dont end up paying the price of non-compliance

Posted by Paul Storey | 12 Apr 2012, 14:13 PM


As a result of the recent security breach in which details of an estimated 1.5 million payment cards were stolen, the card payment processor Global Payments was dropped from Visa’s compliant providers registry. The incident throws a spotlight on the complexity of maintaining PCI compliance, particularly when you’re having to hand over some of your processes to a third party. After the breach Global Payments CEO, Paul R Garcia, said, “This will make us better – this will make PCI better”.

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Does your shiny high-speed network mean business?

Posted by Paul Storey | 10 Nov 2011, 13:19 PM


I recently came across an organisation which had purchased what seemed to them to be a shiny high speed network from a major telecom company. Unfortunately, the company had failed to tell them that they wouldn’t be able to use the network for a number of things.

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ISDN30 or SIP: is service being sacrificed to revenue?

Posted by Paul Storey | 28 Oct 2011, 13:19 PM


There’s no doubt that the advantages of SIP trunking over ISDN30 are being recognised but anecdotal evidence from our customers suggests that many network providers are reluctant to actively sell SIP over ISDN, wrongly suggesting that it’s not fully proven.

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