Leading digital solutions platform Globe Group is out to repeat the success of its fintech arm GCash, currently the number one finance super app in the country and the only double unicorn.Read More
Author: Harry Baldock
Interview We spoke to Michael Nitz, Sales Director Telecom DACH at Amadys, to discuss the state of...Read More
Leading global technology and business solutions provider will work with Amazon’s low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite broadband network to bring Japanese customers the flexibility, resiliency, and availability benefits of LEO communications technology
This is the first strategic collaboration Project Kuiper has announced in the Asia-Pacific regionRead More
News The government has partnered with submarine cable specialist Cambridge Management Consulting...Read More
A team of UK companies led by Stratospheric Platforms Limited (SPL), a Non Terrestrial Networks telecoms developer, has won a significant contract trialling advanced airborne 5G connectivity from a Britten-Norman IslanderRead More
The private 5G network will enable new technologies including drones, autonomous vehicles, and push-to-talk mobile capabilitiesRead More
Telxius, the leading global connectivity provider, is joining the Firmina subsea cable system. Firmina will connect the East Coast of the USA to Las Toninas (Argentina), with additional landings in Praia Grande (Brazil) and Punta del Este (Uruguay). Telxius will subsequently host Firmina in its Santos digital hub in BrazilRead More
The RDI is preparing to make local, private 5G spectrum licences in the 3.5GHz band available to enterprise customers before the end of the year.
Two 50MHz blocks in the 3.5GHz band (more specifically, 3,400–3,450MHz and 3,750–3,800MHz) are being set aside for enterprise use, with the RDI saying that companies can apply individually or in partnership to gain access to the spectrum.Read More
Earlier this week, the FCC sent a list of additional questions to SpaceX as part of their ongoing review of whether to approve the satellite operator’s direct-to-mobile service in the 1,990–1,995MHz (space-to-Earth) and 1,910–1,915MHz (Earth-to-space) spectrum bands.Read More
Partner Content by Miguel Raposo, Head of B2B2X Offer at Celfocus In today’s digital...Read More
Solving the systemic challenges facing the NHS is a herculean task, but a new study from BT suggests NHS staff themselves believe that new technologies could play a major role in improving the healthcare system’s performance.Read More
At its Capital Markets day, Dutch telecom giant KPN has unveiled a new strategic direction dubbed “Connect, Activate & Grow”, which will see the company invest almost €5 billion over the next three years.Read More
Having been in negotiations since February, two months ago around 300 former Shaw technicians voted 99.6% in favour of a striking over fears of job security, saying that they were increasingly being replaced by contractors.
“It’s not like the work has disappeared,” said Jayson Little, spokesperson for the United Steelworkers union, which represents the workers. “They’ve just started to rely more and more on contractors to do that work.”Read More
This week, Nokia Bell Labs have unveiled their latest breakthrough in AI and machine learning, allowing telcos to reconfigure their networks simply by issuing verbal instructions.
Dubbed Natural-Language Networking, the new technology can interpret simple text or speech requests and allocate networking resources accordingly, optimising the network to suit the end user’s specific needs.Read More
Late last month, European telecoms investment firm Zegona Communications confirmed that it had entered negotiations with Vodafone to acquire a full or partial stake in Vodafone Spain. At the time, negotiations were notably in the early stages, with Zegona also in discussions with a consortium of banks to secure funding for the potential purchase.
Now, according to anonymous sources speaking to Bloomberg, negotiations are close to reaching a positive conclusion, with Zegona set to buy a stake of at least 50% in Vodafone Espana.Read More
Today, KKR has announced that it has made a $400 million investment in Malaysian submarine cable specialist OMS Group.
OMS is one of Southeast Asia’s largest subsea cable service providers, using its fleet of cable ships and cable barges to provide support and maintenance for the region’s submarine cable infrastructure.Read More
Press Release More than 46 million signals of potential cyber-attacks are seen on average every...Read More
News The Verband kommunaler Unternehmen (German Association of Local Public Utilities, VKU) said...Read More
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