This is one of several environments being built across Europe for the Open European Quantum Key Distribution (OPENQKD) organisation.
The new technology is said potentially to triple the total transport capacity on long haul links.
Orange France signs up for wind power, Telefonica's green bonds bear fruit and Swisscom is seen as an international bellwether for sustainability.
IT services company Codit and web application agency Unbrace will form a single entity, operating under the Codit umbrella, by the end of the year.
The Swiss operator has chosen Comarch's 'out of the box' IoT Connect Platform to store, sell, connect, monitor and manage IoT devices.
The organisations issued a statement saying the European telecoms industry wants to work with EU institutions, national governments and stakeholders to speed economic recovery after the pandemic.
Turns out telcos are leaders in productivity since 2010 not laggards as the Office for National Statistics (ONS) – the nation's auditor – admits huge errors.
UK looks ready to ban the Chinese operator, and a free analysis highlights the lack of transparency regarding the use of Huawei equipment in European networks.
Orange Wholesale France has launched an eSIM offer for light mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) and wants to be their "preferred partner".
The government has agreed to buy a 45% stake in the bankrupt OneWeb low-Earth orbit satellite system for about $500 million. Is it British Rail and the snow plough all over again?