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Billion-dollar white spaces goldmine at risk, if key challenges are ignored

Press Releases   •   Jul 16, 2012 17:14 BST

The use of white space spectrum for broadband could generate additional revenue of $765m for the wireless component industry by 2017. However, this is contingent on strong regulatory decisions being made in the next two years, and the industry taking a harmonized view of the business model. Without those factors, the revenue potential could be halved, according to a new study.

IT sector is the big budget winner

IT sector is the big budget winner

Press Releases   •   Mar 21, 2012 19:25 GMT

High-tech UK business was one of the biggest winners in today's budget announcement by the Chancellor, according to a leading national trade body.