The independent company Zen Internet is to expand its broadband network to reach 80% of homes and businesses.
Its UK subsidiary, Virgin Media, will help address the shortage of on-street electric car charging points to encourage more people to use electric vehicles.
Telia Company is working with Capman Infra, the infrastructure investment arm of Nordic private asset management firm CapMan.
This was the message from Ivo Rook, SVP, IoT, Sprint, during his keynote at Total Telecom Congress in London.
Parag Shah, SVP & Customer Business Executive, explains in this exclusive sponsored article how operators can leverage existing assets alongside 5G.
Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier, Telefónica and Vodafone are trialling blockchain to simplify roaming settlements.
Vodafone Business and América Móvil say the partnership will make it easier for customers to connect devices globally.
The outlook for the telecoms sector in Europe, Middle East and Africa for the coming 12 to 18 months remains negative, Moody's Investors Service said in its annual report.
Three of Poland’s major operators have agreed to develop 5G networks with two state-owned companies to speed up roll-out, according to a report from Reuters.
‘Government insiders’ say Huawei will be allowed in ‘non-contentious’ infrastructure, as US seeks to steps up action against the Chinese firm and Arm finds a way round US ban.
Telia Carrier deployed a new point-of-presence (PoP) delivering multi-terabit capacity at the New Jersey Fibre Exchange (NJFX) Cable Landing Station (CLS) colocation campus.
“Intent-based networking is coming,” according to Cisco’s latest Global Networking Trends Report and Survey.
City Hall is investing £10 million to lay fibre-optic cabling in the Tube to create a ‘fibre backbone’ across London.
Orange has launched a 5G pilot in the city of Lublin, Poland, as part of its ongoing network trials in the country.
The regulator's new plans bring the Shared Rural Network, proposed by the UK's mobile operators last week, a step closer.
Bengt Nordström, CEO of consulting firm Northstream, looks at 5G roll-outs around the world so far, early use cases and those to come. He outlines three primary areas where he thinks mobile operators must make big changes if they are to gain maximum benefit from 5G.
Smart city is no longer a topic about the future. It is on governmental and municipal agendas, as well as private initiatives and various large-scale discussions across different industries, writes Bengt Nordström*, CEO at consultancy Northstream.
The four have agreed to reciprocal sharing of masts in remote areas if Ofcom will amend coverage targets for the upcoming spectrum auction.
A new type of antenna, developed in the US, could enable mobile communication in situations where conventional radios don't work, such as under water, through the ground and over very long distances through the air.
The world’s first commercial-grade quantum test network link has been opened between the BT Labs in Suffolk and the Cambridge node of the UK’s new Quantum Network.
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