The operator presented the findings of its internal investigation into why its network could not handle emergency calls for several hours.
BT is launching a new business unit to serve the 5.7 million UK firms with up to nine people working at them – about 95% of all UK businesses.
Neil J. McRae describes himself as a “space and technology nut”. As Annie Turner discovers, this drives both his personal and professional life.
The European Commission selected firms and research institutes to study design for the planned quantum communication infrastructure (EuroQCI).
This is according to a new competitive assessment by ABI Research.
It will work with BT and other partners on end-to-end quantum-secured communications.
The Australian mobile operator TPG was the first commercial adopter of Nokia AVA AI on public cloud.
The trailblazing initiative includes a proof of concept for network slicing and an on-going trial with the Norwegian Armed Forces.
The operator adds to its portfolio of security products with the launch of new Managed Security Services with Accenture.
SD-WAN is designed to allow firms of all sizes to improve application and user experience and flexibilty at less cost by using a hybrid network.
It has installed 5G equipment more than 4,300 sites to bring coverage to 37 million people.
The hands-on training simulates a variety of live attacks in virtual enterprise-grade infrastructure.
The operator says this new brand of cybersecurity services provides managed detection and response, management of vulnerability risks and cyber threat intelligence.
The platform can support a fleet of drones flying autonomously from any geographical point on the planet.
Security is an issue often cited as an obstacle to the wider adoption of cloud-native technologies, including scaling applications.
A new study has found that mobile network operators' revenue from digital identity could rise sharply from $1.3 billion in 2020.
Clients regularly ask Kester Mann, Director, Consumer and Connectivity, at CCS Insight, “How can operators build on their stellar efforts during the Covid-19 crisis?” Here are some of his suggestions.
The UK government is to publish a telecoms security bill which includes fines of £100,000 daily for operators that fail to stick to rules regarding vendors like Huawei.
The operator said the new services are more flexible and optimise networks for cloud services. Separately, it announced investment in AI.
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