The long-term shareholder alleges “egregious” governance and says it will take Patrick Drahi to court over the terms of proposed deal.
In effect, the UK regulator is supporting BT’s pledged £12 billion upgrade to national infrastructure ahead of its review next March.
The two say they carried out a successful proof of concept to boost end-to-end quality of services involving roaming.
The FTTH Council Europe predicts that 202 million homes will be passed by fibre by 2026, compared to 88.1 million in 2019, in 39 markets. (Picture courtesy of BT)
The French operator announces how it intends to spend its €2.2 billion tax rebate awarded in November.
The study established that 5G networks are up to 90% more energy efficient per Mbps than unmodernised 4G networks.
Operator groups including Axiata, Globecom, Orange and Vodafone launch accelerator to introduce interoperable, cloud-native software into networks faster.
The trial will start in Germany, early in 2021, with enterprise participants including Dedrone, Digital Barriers, Groopview, and Unleash live, with HERE Technologies.
The manufacturer's first private 5G at the Stuttgart-Feuerbach plant in Germany is going live as it continues 5G research to further Industry 4.0.
The Swedish vendor says it has secured 139 commercial orchestration deals with over 100 global communications service providers.
We are pleased to share with you an insightful interview by Annie Turner, Editor of Mobile Europe & European Communications, with Peter Hall, Managing Director of European Sales at Intelsat.In this 5min video, Annie and Peter discuss:• The evolution of SD-WAN use cases• Adapting satellite services to meet broader telecom market needs• Intelsat’s new Cloud Connect and the types of customers who will benefit most from global access to cloud providers like Microsoft AzurePlease click on the image above to watch the video.Learn more about Intelsat Enterprise Networking at www.intelsat.com/enterprise-networking
Welcome and introduction
Annie Turner, Editor, Mobile Europe
OPENING KEYNOTE: How telcos can support 5G/edge adoption for enterprises
· Key drivers for edge implementations for the enterprise market
· How do the drivers differ between sectors and countries?
· How a ‘business first’ approach drives value creation with edge
· Outlining some key industry use cases
Jos Berière, Strategic Development Director, KPN
5G/edge computing: the opportunity to address Industry 4.0
· 5G/IoT and edge computing: demand across enterprise verticals
· The emerging edge computing landscape and Industry 4.0
· Drivers and barriers to adoption: security and interoperability
· Can operators take maximum advantage of the 5G/edge computing opportunity?
Caroline Chappell, Research Director, Analysys Mason
Smarter, green cities and transport technologically enabled by MCAS
MCAS (Multi-Modal Collision Avoidance System): a solution for the safety of vulnerable road users and the future of transportation
The latency challenge to prevent accidents and how to solve it at scale
Edge Cloud Computing as enabler of road safety and MCAS
Sascha Simon, President, Founder & CSO, Sfara
Ricardo Gomez-Ulmke, VP IoT, Solace
Jason Hoffman, President and CEO, MobiledgeX