Group revenues at the operator jumped by 17.5% year-on-year in Q1 to TRY7.827 billion (€783.57 million).
Telefónica's CEO and Chairman’s approval rating has risen since 2017.
Konecranes’ Finnish factory will trial standalone 5G (5G SA) in operations, R&D and crane testing.
Our annual Mobile Europe & European Communications reader survey shines the spotlight on digital transformation in the pandemic era.
BT Sourced, BT Group's autonomous procurement firm started trading this week.
The search giant’s Supreme Court victory hasn’t addressed the issue of copyright and API code, but it has highlighted the debate.
The Port of Southampton is one of Associated British Ports' (ABP) busiest, handling £40 billion in exports annually.
The UK’s biggest operator is hoping to avoid a national strike by offering bonus package to about 60,000 staff.
The two infrastructure providers are teaming up to improve the interoperability of their complementary offerings.
The aim is to develop a blueprint for mobile broadband and Open RAN based on the Rakuten Communications Platform (RCP).
The Finnish vendor hopes to lower the group's cost base by €600 million by 2023 and expects to accrue €600-700 million in restructuring and associated costs by 2023.
Nokia will deploy self-organizing networks (SON) to boost automation and support 5G optimization across Orange's affiliates.
The operator has entered into a partnership to leverage the KAIZEN Institute's consulting expertise and methodology.
TelcoDR, a public cloud transformation specialist, has acquired what was Ericsson’s floorspace to become one of the largest exhibitors at MWC Barcelona 2021.
The research confirmed there is some delay in buying decisions, and a move from trade show to trade publications as the overall most influential information channel.
The urgency is driven by new demands for efficiency, sustainability and comfort – and the arrival of digital natives.
The two have agreed a five-year strategic contract to modernise its Business Support Systems (BSS).
The deal is over an unspecified number of years and across the operator group’s European footprint.
The idea is VEON can scale its digital financial services business faster.
Average spending by consumers and prices are much higher in the US and Japan than in Europe's "stretched" telecoms sector.
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