Orange is acquiring the 54% stake in Telekom Romania Communications (TKR) owned by OTE: the rest is owned by the Romanian State.
The additional premises are in Northern Ireland, including Belfast, and London.
Chinese vendor’s recent action against Estonia looking like part of a larger move, according to report by Politico.
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They will start with Milan (pictured) and Genoa to improve network capacity and quality, and pave the way for 5G.
The operator says the transactions progress its Global unit’s “transformation” and it will continue to operate in both markets.
Since June, five published specifications cover new areas, while the rest are updates to existing standards.
The operator group has expanded its strategic partnership with Ericsson, adding a five-year network deal for Lithuania.
Operator group blames exchange rates as revenues rise slightly from Q2.
Stéphane Richard, Chairman & CEO, (pictured), said, “Orange Group has demonstrated its resilience in all its markets in the face of unprecedented health and economic crisis”.
We held a virtual roundtable with the nine CTOs and CTIOs from operators shortlisted for our CTO of the Year Awards 2020, from diverse markets. The discussion was lively, illuminating and wide ranging.
Last week Cellnex agreed to pay Iliad €804 million for its towers in Poland – even though Iliad doesn't own Play yet.
Coming soon to a mast near you: ABI Research reckons it will have 75% of market by 2030; Rethink Research says 58% by 2026.
The Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN) board has launched a 6G project, while continuing its 5G efforts.
The Swedish regulator cited spying from Beijing and technology theft, having taken advice from the country's security services and armed forces.
The operator has signed “an exclusive 5G alliance” for Nordics and Baltics with Nokia – except Ericsson is supplying 5G infra in Sweden and Estonia, as well as Norway.
Nick Wood looks at how operators are pursuing tower spinoffs and network sharing deals with renewed vigour, as they grapple with the cost of deploying 5G, coverage in-fill and stiff competition.
The story surfaced in Spain’s Expansion newspaper saying that the two are exploring a 50/50 joint venture.
With partner Stratospheric Platforms, the German incumbent ran 4G voice and data on flying platform (pictured).
The European Competitive Telecommunications Association (ecta) condemns any ban of Chinese 5G suppliers for geopolitical reasons.
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