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    Telefónica-built Google Cloud opens in Madrid 

    Hyperscaler’s presence allays Spanish sovereignty fears Spain’s doubts that convenience compromises compliance have been allayed by the opening of a local Google Cloud centre for...

    Bahrain offers its first Standalone 5G network

    Huawei-built 5G SA sees stc take decisive lead The kingdom of Bahrain has its first 5G Standalone (5G SA) network, which was built for mobile...

    MTN Group deploys Premium Wi-Fi

    Automatically improves user experience Pan-African mobile operator the MTN Group and Chinese equipment manufacturer Huawei have jointly launched the Premium Wi-Fi service in Nigeria in a bid to ‘continuously’...

    Huawei makes uNOCs serve customers

    uNOC can be trusted to offer Zero touch compliance Huawei has built the world’s first unified automation and intelligence programme, uNOC, in partnership with stc...

    BT’s new Atomic Radio Frequency kit could be quantum leap for 5G

    New antenna are 100 times more sensitive and less needy UK telco BT has discovered a way to make ‘excited atoms’ work as ultra-sensitive...

    Saudi Arabia leads on 5G rollout – GSMA

    You can hear it in person at Mobile 360 Riyadh Saudi Arabia is leading the rollout of 5G in the Middle East and North...

    Pharrowtech gets $15m to make mmWaves, Ofcom auctions them and Qualcomm SnapDragon connects to them

    Operators need mmWave like base stations need backhaul This has been a good week for the millimeter wave (mmWave) camp, with three major developments adding...

    Parallel Wireless bids to save users from G RAN canyon

    Most promises are falling between very large cracks Like seasoned professionals in any game, there are some legacy players in telecoms who are brilliant at...

    The SD-WAN paradox – how did Orange’s simple code make Siemens more sophisticated?

    Never so many sites been liberated by so few key strokes Reports say Orange Business Services (OBS) has liberated the global IT estate of manufacturer Siemens by evacuating computers from 1,168 global...

    Zimbabwe’s TelOne outlines new fibre plan for Bulawayo

    Vandals thwarted as fibre invades 100,000 Bulawayo homes  Zimbabwe’s state-owned telecoms operator TelOne is seeking funding for a fibre network installation to reach 100, 000 homes in...

    Telcos are all data and no insight – report

    Who can do 5G Network Analytics? The six billion dollar question Telcos stand accused of having too much data and too little insight by a...

    Orange opens 5G Lab in Warsaw – its 12th incubator

    Once Poland assigns its frequencies inventions will be ready Orange Poland has launched a 5G Lab at its Warsaw headquarters. It adds to Orange’s Europe...

    Telco software’s cheaper if it’s op-ex, off-prem and on-trend – Nokia report 

    Vendor's top three reasons why renting software is 25% cheaper Telcos that buy software as a service (SaaS) can pay 25% less in IT costs,...

    Every telco’s power consumption could be slashed with crystals – Berkeley study

    Every transistor across entire network could process for less A new power saving breakthrough in Silicon technology could dramatically cut the carbon consumption of telecoms...

    It took a Lorawan for Aqualabo, DTS and Kerlink to help clean up Mauritian oil spill

    Their Internet of Things keeps African economy clean and green Two French Internetworkers of Things (IoTs) are helping to clean up the island of Mauritius...