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  • Three new awards for networkers, so get your ACEs entries in!

    If you hang around here long enough, you might hear me pass some remark about how the network has become the true heart of the IT industry. It's a bit of a cliche, but I believe it to be true. But this year we plan on proving it. This morning we lau... 

  • Blimey Russia's got 4G! Is Britain in the slow lane while Yota's data network is Putin on the Bitz?

    Russian mobile broadband company Yota has clinched a deal with the country's main network operators that makes it the 4G network provider for the Russian telecoms market. It will roll-out an LTE network to cover 180 cities with a total population of ... 

  • World's least appetising headline event

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  • Cisco tweaks partner accreditations in New Orleans

    Changes to Cisco's channel are once again afoot at the vendor's annual Partner Summit... During yesterday's keynote sessions, the vendor's global channel boss Edison Peres lifted the lid on a new cloud partner programme, but also slipped out some det... 

  • Boffins shift IT dimensions with photonic quantum computing

    This is a representation of a circuit for quantum information processing that makes use of multiport MMI devices. These circuits will bemore compact and robust to fabrication tolerances compared to the current2x2 ports devices. Boffins atthe Uni... 

  • Reseller views. The case against high speed rail

    With plans for High Speed 2, the proposed fast rail link connecting London with Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds, now undergoing a five-week public consultation, home and land owners along the proposed route are voicing their objections. But NIMBYism... 

  • Comms charity Télécoms Sans Frontières heads to Libya

    As a wave ofcivil unrest and revolution continues to sweep the Arab world, emergency telecommunications charity Télécoms Sans Frontières (TSF) is providing aid torefugees onLibya's border with Tunisiafollowing Muammar Gadaffi's v... 

  • Vodafone forced off the air after break in

    The alarming dependence of modern Britain on technology has once again been laid bare after abreak in at Vodafone's Basingstoke data centre, which is thought to have left over three million users without service today. Network Noise understands the o... 

  • Go on then, have mobile access underground! See if I care!

    Network Noise knows when it is beaten. Today we doff our blogging cap to the fine people at comparison site Broadband Expert, who have been asking what the man on the Clapham omnibus thinks of Huawei's plan to enable mobile phone use on the Tube. Bro... 

  • Did you even know Cisco did email?

    If your answer to the question posed in the headline is a resounding "no", then you needn't worry becausethey don't. As part of a shake-up of its collaboration business, Cisco is axing a hosted email service that very few people seem to hav...