By Rupert Goodwins
| February 8, 1997 -- 08:00 GMT (00:00 PST)
| Topic: Networking
Oh to be in Paris, now that
RISC-V opens up processor design
5G New Radio: The technical background
New 5G business models
Spectre and Meltdown: Insecurity at the heart of modern CPU design
Brazilian rural schools suffer from lack of connectivity
Kazakhstan government is now intercepting all HTTPS traffic
Kazakh government first wanted to intercept all HTTPS traffic way back in 2016, but they backed off after several lawsuits.
Does net neutrality still matter in our post-web world?
US chipmaker Qualcomm fined €242 million by Europe
Qualcomm sold products below cost to Huawei and ZTE, with the aim of forcing its competitor Icera out of the market, the EC has ruled.
Ericsson's SEK1.8 billion net profit for Q2 is driven by 5G uptick
The company has supplied equipment to 15 live 5G networks as of the end of the second quarter.
Chorus has over 50% of NZ broadband on fibre
Peak data usage on its network now above 2Tbps, a 77% increase on June 2017 numbers.
Clean Energy Regulator, WA Mines Department, and Vet Surgeons Board trying to access metadata: Comms Alliance
New Zealand ComCom lays charges against Vocus subsidiaries
Telecommunications providers face charges for billing customers after contracts were terminated.
AT&T, IBM expand partnership with multi-year deal
As part of the deal, IBM will serve as the primary cloud provider for AT&T Business and will help manage AT&T's hybrid cloud infrastructure.