EE, part of BT Group, has signed an agreement with Nokia to build the infrastructure for emergency services across Great Britain.
The jobs will be created over three years by the alternative fibre operator’s network of construction partners.
This is part of the international carrier's backbone expansion across Europe and the first in a city.
Michael Whitty, 47, set fire to equipment at a tower owned by Vodafone UK at Kirby in Merseyside, having researched theories linking 5G to the spread of Covid-19.
Telefónica International Wholesale Services (TIWS) has completed live in-orbit testing across a range of applications on Telesat’s Low Earth Orbit (LEO) Phase 1 satellite.
Telefónica Deutschland will sell about 10,100 sites to the group’s majority-owned tower infrastructure arm, Telxius, for €1.5 billion if the deal receives regulatory approvals.
Chinese firm launches UK public campaign against exclusion from networks; Ericsson outline short-term impacts to its Network disivison from Chinese deals.
Vodafone Idea partners Nokia to complete the first phase of a dynamic spectrum refarming (DSR) deployment in India.
Nokia claims the tech has the potential to help the Finnish operator reduce energy costs by 30% and cut CO2 by 80%.
Infrastructure joint venture and roaming partnership announced to extend coverage in the Caribbean and Alaska respectively.
A wave of acquisitions is expected in the debt-laden telecoms sector after the coronavirus pandemic – how will governments react?
The Johnson Administration is reported to be drawing up plans to have all Huawei equipment removed from UK networks within three years.
Telefónica UK (O2) is moving its legacy Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) infrastructure to an Adaptive IP network provided by Ciena.
The trial was undertaken in Dallas, Texas, using 800MHz commercial millimetre wave (mmWave), and reached speeds up to 4.7Gbps.
The government decided economic pressures are too great to go ahead with the bidding for 3.5GHz band – could it be a model for Europe?
Ericsson and Orange Belgium are working with the manufacturer to support intelligent manufacturing via 4G and 5G in future.
Telia in Norway has switched on its 5G commercial network in Lillestrøm and parts of Groruddalen in the greater Oslo (pictured) region.
The optical solution will double fibre capacity and support unpredictable bandwidth demands from US customers.
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.
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