Last week Cellnex agreed to pay Iliad €804 million for its towers in Poland – even though Iliad doesn't own Play yet.
Bloomberg says the Italian incumbent is planning to accelerate its fibre-optic broadband rollout throughout the country.
José María Álvarez-Pallete asks them to guarantee competition on equal terms at the FT-ETNO Summit in London via video.
The two will become strategic partners with the car company after a successful trial in Mallorca (pictured).
Reuters reports telecoms firm Fastweb was prevented from signing a contract with Huawei for its 5G core network.
The European Commission (EC) is scheduled to finish its investigation of the proposed Telefonica UK (O2) and Liberty Global (Virgin Media) tie-up by 5 November.
Even so, Nokia’s 2020 Threat Intelligence Report mostly found falling infection rates in mobile networks but expects a rise next year as 5G is more widely deployed.
This week the Swedish equipment vendor’s Q3 numbers were boosted by sales in China – but Sweden banned Huawei and ZTE from its networks.
Telia Company completed the divestment of its 47.1% stake in Turkcell Holding to the state-owned Turkey Wealth Fund.
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