South Korean startup AirPlug is gaining traction for its multi-network channel bonding technology, having won a deal with KT Media Hub that is aimed at reducing data traffic generated by mobile TV viewing.
SK Telecom, Korea's largest wireless operator, on Monday began incorporating Nokia Siemens Networks' 100G technology into its existing 40G network.
The availability of LTE service is prompting mobile customers to consume substantially more data, particularly among those who have large data plans, according to a new whitepaper.
SK Telecom announced it will commercialize VoLTE and RCS service later this year and will also commercialize LTE Advanced with carrier aggregation in the second half of 2013.
With countries like Korea boasting the fastest gaming download speeds in the world, it's easy to understand why many assume that in the Asia Pacific region, copper-based DSL is dead. But while it is
LG-Ericsson USA officially stepped into the North American market today with a broad portfolio of scalable end-to-end data and voice networking solutions for businesses ranging in size from SMBs
Concerned that America has lost its footing as a technology hub, Intel and 24 venture capital firms have decided to jointly invest $3.5 billion in helping U.S.-based technical startups get off the
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Think advertising has gotten as invasive as it can. Guess again. Here's the skinny. Scientists at the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute in Korea are developing a way to use what
Korean software developer Haansoft, part of the so-called "Asianux" consortium uniting software firms in Korea, China, Japan, and Vietnam, announced at last week's Intel Developer Forum in Taiwan,