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Arqiva selected by Panasonic for inflight Wi-Fi

Arqiva selected by Panasonic for inflight Wi-Fi

Arqiva, a communications infrastructure and media services company, has been selected by Panasonic Avionics Corporation to provide its hosting, connectivity and teleport uplink services through Telesat’s new high throughput satellite (HTS) Telstar…

Laurence Doe, 15th June 2016
London Borough of Harrow rolls out 50 Wi-Fi hotspot locations with Arqiva for public use

London Borough of Harrow rolls out 50 Wi-Fi hotspot locations with Arqiva for public use

Members of the public in the London Borough of Harrow can now use free Wi-Fi in 50 hot-spot locations in a new scheme that allows users 30 minutes of free Wi-Fi per day, per device, with a feature to purchase additional time once the half-…

Laurence Doe, 13th April 2016
Arqiva completes Nationwide Building Society Wi-Fi deployment

Arqiva completes Nationwide Building Society Wi-Fi deployment

Arqiva, the communications infrastructure and media services company, has completed the installation of unified public and enterprise Wi-Fi services for Nationwide Building Society’s high street branch network of around 700 branches, 16 administra…

Laurence Doe, 15th March 2016
It’s a small (cell) world

It’s a small (cell) world

Jonathan Freeman examines the drivers behind the recent growth in small cell deployments, the key players funding them, and some of the technology advances strengthening the use case for small cells To the average person small cells mean absolutely n…

Sam Fenwick, 20th January 2016
Arqiva provides Canary Wharf’s Canada Place, Crossrail Place and Jubilee Place with 4G DAS systems

Arqiva provides Canary Wharf’s Canada Place, Crossrail Place and Jubilee Place with 4G DAS systems

Arqiva, a provider of neutral host in-building networks, has delivered 4G mobile coverage to Canary Wharf Groups' retail centres at Canada Place, Crossrail Place, and Jubilee Place. The 4G coverage complements the existing 2G and 3G coverage at Cana…

Sam Fenwick, 19th January 2016
Low Power Wide Area Networks: enabling the Internet of Things

Low Power Wide Area Networks: enabling the Internet of Things

Telecoms standards can sometimes behave like the proverbial set of buses. You wait ages for one to emerge that will solve a particular problem – and then a whole bunch appear at the same time, discovers Alun Lewis. Spoilt for choice - that cert…

Sam Fenwick, 16th November 2015
Cambridge Wireless: Wi-Fi coexistence with LTE questioned at Mobile Broadband SIG event

Cambridge Wireless: Wi-Fi coexistence with LTE questioned at Mobile Broadband SIG event

Cambridge Wireless (CW) has asked whether Wi-Fi is ‘safe’ with the introduction of LTE for unlicensed spectrum at yesterday’s Mobile Broadband SIG event hosted by University College London at IdeaLondon. Representatives from companies i…

Laurence Doe, 18th September 2015
Richmond Council to launch free Wi-Fi

Richmond Council to launch free Wi-Fi

Richmond Council will soon be providing residents and visitors to Twickenham and Richmond with 30 minutes of free Wi-Fi a day. The 24/7 service launches on 11 September and will use the ‘FreeRichmondWifi’ account, through which users will h…

Sam Fenwick, 7th September 2015
All Santa wants for Christmas (is GPS)

All Santa wants for Christmas (is GPS)

Delivering presents all over the world in one night is a mammoth undertaking. Alun Lewis explores the technology Father Christmas might have stuffed in his stockings  With memories of the Christmas break now fast receding – and any …

23rd January 2015
Nationwide Internet of Things network launches

Nationwide Internet of Things network launches

Arqiva and SIGFOX, a provider of energy-efficient Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, have launched the first sites in the rollout of their IoT network across ten of the UK’s largest cities. The partnership claims the ‘network will…

11th December 2014
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