Could US ban signal the end for ZTE?
01 May 2018
The US Government has banned companies and individuals in the country from exporting products to Chinese telecoms giant ZTE.
On 16 April 2018, the Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) imposed a denial of export privileges in response to what it claimed was ZTE’s “repeated false statements”.
The order prohibits any business or individual in the US to participate in any type of export transaction with the company.Find out more
Quika plans world’s first free satellite internet service
14 April 2018
Quika believes that the opportunities the internet provides shouldn’t be limited by geography, culture, wealth or infrastructure.
A new company has been set-up to launch what’s promise to be the world’s first entirely free high-speed satellite internet for consumers in developing countries.
London-based Quika was founded by Alan Afrasiab, the CEO and president of global satellite networks and services provider, Talia Group.
Speaking during the launch of Quika in January, Afrasiab said: “We believe that left unbalanced, entire communities and regions will be abandoned by technological and economic progress. Quika will help bridge this digital and economic divide.Find out more