The latest completed UK build-outs bring the firm's European total to more than 12 million gigabit-ready homes – about a quarter of the homes it passes.
The Goldman Sachs-backed company completed its main full fibre build in the Scottish city of Stirling, ending the first phase of its work programme in partnership with Vodafone.
Three joins Vodafone in trying to stop Ofcom’s next spectrum auction; BT calls UK government's proposed £5 billion broadband plan “a car crash”.
Will OpenRAN's mainstream adoption spell the end of an era for incumbent vendors or is the technology too immature to meet customers’ demands? Graeme Neill reports.
KKR has reportedly offered €1.8 billion to buy 38% of TIM’s secondary copper and fibre network, having expressed interest in acquiring a stake in the local loop in March.
Openreach, the whole access division of BT, has committed to expand fibre to the premises (FTTP) to 3.2 million more rural buildings.
It plans to bring coverage to two-thirds of the people in Germany by the end of the year.
Highline wins exclusive rights to continue negotiating for Oi’s mobile assets after submitting highest bid.
The company has 68,000 towers across nine markets, and is the leading or second largest towerco in most.
The tower company announced another shares issue worth €4 billion to help fund its new €11 billion acquisition plans.
The operator is the first in the country to deploy 5G nationally using existing base stations and the 4G 2600MHz frequency.
Public cloud companies (and others) are eying the edge computing market, and allying with operators, as well as readying to compete against them. This a critical time for telcos.
The board was responding to comments made by the President of regulator ARCEP and defended its investment strategy in France.
In trials, the Hero robot works on medium-voltage power lines and is designed to speed deployment and lower the cost.
In a white paper, the South Korean giant predicts 6G deployments as soon as 2028 and commercialisation by 2030.
When UK Digital Minister Oliver Dowden made the announcement after much dithering, policy reversals and rumours, no-one was surprised. The only questions were about timing.
This time the Saudi operator STC says the delay is due to effects of the pandemic.
Sparkle, the top Italian international service provider and among the top ten globally, is upgrading its new Curie cable to 800Gbps.
The European Commission has adopted regulation for small antennas designed to accelerate roll-out across the European Union.
UK operator says Government policy is needed to speed up 5G deployment in the next decade citing research published today.
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