BT has been working on Open RAN although it didn't join the Open RAN fan club with Orange, Telefonica, TIM and Vodafone
Nokia pipped Huawei to second place said Mobile Experts which predict 2022 will be a peak year for RAN
Four projects involve edge computing, industry and robotic surgery
Pledges to close the digital divide were made before the last election. The Public Accounts Committee is underwhelmed by progress.
Every day, the operator's teams connect close to 10,000 customers
President George Weah (pictured) to launch the rebranded Libtelco's network today
Macquarie Capital is the majority shareholder in Spain’s independent fibre wholesale firm Onivia
Buyer Digital 9 Infrastructure hopes to acquire Tetra Ireland in its entirety for a total of about €136 million
Abdallah Nassar, Chief Engineering and Network Officer at Orange Cameroon, talked to Annie Turner about the long but fast-moving journey from telco to techco
Norlys implements Cerillion's billing, charging and customer relationship management software to grow B2B business and its own services
Investment firm Cordiant Digital Infrastructure has a war chest of €2 billion to acquire infrastructure in Western Europe and the US
Sources say the telco is working with banks to devise a better plan as shareholders and unions warn of asset stripping
The operator group sold 51% of the minority stake to infrastructure fund Brookfield and 49% to pension firm Alecta
The operator says it will spend more than €3 billion between now and 2027 on building FTTH out to 3 million homes and businesses.
The network will link Frankfurt and Stockholm, go from Vladivostok to Busan, and take in Tokyo and Hong Kong.
The French billionaire Patrick Drahi has increased his Altice group’s stake in BT to 18%.
So many changes during a crisis does not inspire confidence.
The African data centre operator has a presence in Nigeria, Ghana and the Ivory Coast.
Government has received €6.7 billion from the EU's recovery fund to speed build out of broadband and upgrade to fibre
Varied responses as debt-laden former monopolies fear they will make rich pickings for those with deep pockets.
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