The UK operator will not pay a dividend this financial year and warns shareholders future dividends will half the most recent level at 7.7p a share.
The Italian international service provider is adding a fibre pair to the new cable connecting US and Chile directly.
As part of the three-year RUNE project, 233,000 households in 165 Slovenian municipalities and 130,000 households in 45 Croatian ones will gain fibre broadband.
Telcos must shift their enterprise 5G strategies or risk losing out on billions of dollars they have pinned their hopes on, a new report suggests.
Update – contrary to earlier reports, CityFibre will provide Three UK's 5G backhaul, not Virgin Media.
TIM’s international services arm, Sparkle, has opened a new Point of Presence (PoP) in Casablanca (pictured), Morocco.
TXO, which supplies refurbished telecoms equipment, has seen a global 25% increase in demand in February, March and April.
According to Huawei-commissioned research, Gigabit Britain could add £51.4 billion (€58.90 billion) gross value to the economy in five years, and £68.8 billion in 2030.
The US regulator has granted access to an additional 1200MHz of the unlicensed 6GHz band while Europe dithers.
France, Italy and Spain have the biggest increase in the number of homes passed since the last Council Panorma figures were published.
Deutsche Telekom is testing new technology which it says will enable the expansion of 5G to half the German population before the end of 2020.
The operator is looking ‘to do a Jio’ in Japan and to expand into other markets, starting with the US.
The UK operator and Computacenter are in exclusive talks regarding the sale of BT’s domestic operations in France.
Teracom has selected Ericsson as the strategic partner for its nationwide 4G network and to support the evolution to 5G.
6G will be commercialised by 2030 and “reconfigure the world completely,” according to Dr Fang Min, Director of 6G Research and Collaboration at ZTE.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has launched guidelines to develop and implement national emergency telecoms plans amid the global crisis.
The operator launched what it says is the first commercial 5G network in Norway, connecting nine cities and villages.
After months of wrangling, the UK government, regulator Ofcom and mobile operators have agreed terms for a “world-first” Shared Rural Network.
5G is now live in 24 markets worldwide and set to account for 56% of connections by 2025, according to the GSMA’s new Mobile Economy report.
The UK city of Sunderland is setting up a commercial consortium to become a neutral host for 5G connectivity and open-access fibre.
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