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  • Suffolk's appointment at Huawei sends the right message

    The appointment of former government CIO John Suffolk to managethecyber security strategy at Chinese comms and networking vendor Huawei is to be applauded as another step in the right direction for the company. Huawei can't do much without coming und... 

  • Olympian Roger Black spotted in MicroScope office

    None other thanOlympic silver medallist Roger Black dropped by to visit MicroScope.co.uk andour sister title ComputerWeekly.com today in our swanky West End digs. With a year to go before the opening ceremony for London 2012, Roger, accompanied by Ci... 

  • France mourns pioneering pre-Internet Minitel service

    Sad news from across the Channel, where France Telecom has announced it will close down its pioneering Minitel network in 2012 after30 years of service. The Minitel network was a Videotex online service, similar to the UK's Ceefax service, and provid... 

  • Will net neutrality kill off innovation?

    Three of Europe's largest telecoms operators met the EU the otherweek. They discussed targets to improve broadband speeds across the continent by 2020. Why is that bad news? Let Randy Fuller, director of strategic marketing officer at Tekelec, a tel... 

  • Daisy boss Matthew Riley to judge current crop of Apprentice nitwits

    We can now reveal that thereal reason behind Daisy Group's decision to scale back its acquisition strategy has been uncovered; CEO Matthew Riley is looking to a career in showbiz. In fact, Matthew has been tapped by none other than our dear old frien... 

  • Tablet market will never fly without fair data policies

    Hasthe tablet market peaked too soon? Has the media hyped the iPad to death? No, of course not, but all the sameIDC tablet figures for Q1 showed a pretty hefty downturn, 28 per centsequentially. This reflected a post-Christmas slowdown, a still-wobbl... 

  • T-Mobile has more flip-flops than Primark

    As frequent Network Noise readers might recall, at the start of the year there was a bit of a conniption when T-Mobile abruptly dropped its already not-very-generous mobile data usage limits to ludicrous levels, only to back down after being roundly ... 

  • Daisy sated after 15-course meal, but you ain't seen nothing yet

    Would you like to take a look at the sweet trolley, sir? Any tea or coffee for you? Just a mint, then? It is ... wafer thin... If the Board over at acquisitive channel comms provider Daisy Group are to be taken at their word, then it looks like it's ... 

  • Failed presidential candidate Ralph Nader lays into Cisco boss

    Failed US presidential candidate Ralph Nader, who was infamouslyaccused of splittingthe close vote that allowed George W Bush into office, is now taking on soft-spoken Cisco CEO John Chambers. Nader, a well-known progressive environmental and consume... 

  • New approach to mobile backhaul vital as networks crack under data strain, says Virgin Media

    George Wareing, head of mobile and broadcast at Virgin Media Business talks about the need for a new approach to mobile backhaul as networks continue to creak under the weight of data traffic. A couple of months ago, this blog helped to shine some li...