Smart cities depend on connectivity, but do they know what else network operators have to offer and do operators understand cities’ needs?
The focus of this telecoms bellwether is likely to be on what will deliver revenue, not what’s new.
CityFibre announced an agreement with infrastructure provider Amey to extend its 150km network in Edinburgh to homes and businesses across the city.
Group contract for TEOCO’s SmartCM means it will support T-Mobile businesses across Europe.
Nokia announces off-the-peg IoT packages to help operators move into vertical markets quickly and easily.
Telefónica Deutschland has laid out six principles for the ethical use of data and artificial intelligence (AI).
Standards define application programming interface (API) to replace dynamic bandwidth assignment (DBA) software module.
The two are to develop a “next-generation hardware management platform” for Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV), distributed cloud and 5G.
Eir, the largest provider of fixed-line and mobile services in Ireland, plans to reach another 1.4 million premises.
US policy hasn’t delivered what it promised either, with broadband infrastructure investment falling for the first time in three years.
Nik Stankau, Director, Telco Business Development, Red Hat, discusses how telcos are moving towards an agile, programmable network infrastructure that is capable of delivering 5G-, IoT- and MEC-based services.