The networks will use Everynet’s LoRaWAN technology, deployed across Cellnex’s mesh of infrastructure.
Simon Navin, Head of High Definition Roads at Ordnance Survey, explains how OS is building an asset management data service using AI, plus fleets of vehicles with camers and sensors.
It's a sweet moment for one of three largest network equipment vendors which has had a rough ride for “being late” to the 5G party.
The auction concluded in three days with the country’s biggest mobile operator, Orange, picking up four of the 11 spectrum blocks.
Poland’s largest operator is accelerating its broadband roll-out for homes and businesses with G.fast tech.
The operator's first Sustainability Bond will finance social and green projects, as outlined in its strategy last December.
The company says this “proves its dedication” to developing extensible radio access networks (RANs).
The three gain stalking horse status, but will the takeover go through this time after years of failed efforts?
The alternative fibre network provider is to connect an additional 1,300 mobile sites across 59 towns and cities.
It is part of the €100 billion stimulus package announced by the French government.
Vodafone UK has lost a court case could open the door to a wave of legal challenges by landowners and property owners who host 5G phone masts.
Acquisition is claimed to bring together the world’s largest satellite network and the leading provider of commercial in-flight connectivity.
Telefónica's Executive Chairman José María Álvarez-Pallete promises “outstanding hyperconnectivity in European terms from combining 5G and fibre".
French billionaire Xavier Niel, who owns Salt as well as the Free brands in France and Italy, claims the deal breaches an exclusivity agreement.
UPC Switzerland, the local subsidiary of Liberty Global, has published its prospectus for the acquisition of Sunrise Communications.
The Italian government has approved proposal for a single broadband network that could be presented to Telecom Italia’s board next week.
The launch of Denmark's first 5G network will take place on 7 September and will reach up to 80% of the population by the end of the month.
The three-year initiative intends to identify connectivity gaps in 35 countries as the first step to ensuring connectivity for all schools.
The Financial Times reports officials and ministries informally telling telcos to avoid Huawei equipment.
Gigafast Broadband now covers 360,000* more homes in Birmingham, Bristol and Liverpool.
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