Deutsche Telekom (DT) is trying out options to replace its heavy dependence on Huawei kit.
The agreement is part of the Shared Rural Network project and scheduled to begin this year and go through to 2024.
The government has approved the draft legislation – but bidding is not expected to begin before early 2022.
The operator plans to sell part of the fixed fibre assets in its home market to a consortium.
Scott Petty, CTO of the UK opco, will take over responsibilities at group level for digital and services.
The vendor claims it is the first to demonstrate this capability, which it expects to be a common requirement.
Sweden’s latest spectrum auction might have been delayed, but the frequencies’ activation is immediate.
AI is becoming an essential part of IoT deployments, creating opportunities for players across the mobile ecosystem, finds Kate O’Flaherty.
After many weeks' delay, the bidding was over in one day.
The Swiss operator says its Salt Home offer is now available to more than 2 million – about 50% of – households.
Tata Consultancy Services will help the British operator configure and maintain 5G infrastructure.
The UK-based SME is working with BT as part of government-backed 5G initiatives.
The Chinese vendor appealed a ruling by the Administrative Court of Appeal which upheld the regulator’s ban.
ABI Research argues the ban will raise prices, slow deployment, plus damage the US chip industry, global standardisation and innovation.
The technology trial paves the way for additional tools to optimise performance and customer experience on nbn’s fixed wireless network.
Both contracts build on long-standing relationships with Deutsche Telekom's American subsidiary.
It will be the largest UK port to deploy 5G technology and IoT “to improve productivity, efficiency and safety across its core operations”.
Plan is to accelerate the operator’s digitalisation with a more reliable, efficient and faster network.
Meanwhile, in the UK, Ofcom confirms bidders for ‘imminent’ spectrum auction, although no date has been set.
Annie Turner talks to Alexander Stock about the operator’s strategy and his leadership in the midst of a pandemic – reframing what is possible now and in future.
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