Group CEO spells out the reasons for Orange’s financial results for 2018 – content and fast access are two of them.
Having talked about collaboration and partnerships for so long in telecoms, it seems we’re finally seeing more of them as MWC2019 looms.
The Forum delivered recommendations to 3GPP for a converged 5G core for fixed and mobile networks.
CityFibre announced an agreement with infrastructure provider Amey to extend its 150km network in Edinburgh to homes and businesses across the city.
Eir, the largest provider of fixed-line and mobile services in Ireland, plans to reach another 1.4 million premises.
Optical communications company best known for developing low-loss fibre tech teams up with TIM.
Telco networks need a “makeover”, according to a new report from McKinsey, and CTOs must support business transformation.
Company says platform offers first new capability from $3bn satellite replacement programme.
Wind River's Titanium Cloud has been validated by Telefónica as a virtualised infrastructure manager (VIM) for UNICA, its network virtualisation initiative, set up in 2015.
5G is unlikely to deliver significant new revenues for operators, according to a new report from Strategy Analytics.
Deutsche Telekom’s T-Mobile and Tele2 have completed the merger of their Dutch operations. T-Mobile says the move kicks off “an exciting year” in which its immediate focus will be on rolling out 5G in the Netherlands and eliminating digital inequality.
Vodafone will place small antennas underground as it looks to improve LTE coverage in busy UK cities.
Elisa has deployed the first liquid-cooled base station in Helsinki, which it said could reduce the environmental impact of infrastructure deployment.
Nokia is bringing together its mobile and fixed network businesses under one umbrella, but at the cost of its current President of Mobile Networks.
Infrastructure vendor Commscope has acquired UK rival Arris in a deal worth $7.4 billion, which it said would help it take advantage of trends such a convergence, fibre, 5G and fixed wireless.
A siloed approach to artificial intelligence is causing operators to be followers and not influencers of the technology, a new report has claimed.
Edge computing, orchestration, self-organising networks and interoperability will be the main items on the 2019 agenda for the Small Cells Forum.
Nokia is launching new fixed wireless products to increase the bandwidth of networks and speed up deployment of the technology.
Huawei has launched a new series of AI chips that it said could power future network infrastructure and devices, as well as announced new energy efficient hardware.
Three UK and O2 have found a rich source of fibre in London's sewer system, thanks to a deal with SSE Enterprise Telecoms.
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