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    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...

    O-RAN will slow African telcos – analysis

    Each kit vendor multiplies complexity cost The Open RAN concept is a complexity trap that will bog down many operators, warns telecoms consultant John Strand,...

    Nokia testing 5G cybersecurity in Texas ASTaR

    Holistic approach to threats, abuse and mitigation Nokia has opened America’s first end-to-end 5G testing lab in in Dallas, Texas. The Advanced Security Testing and...

    SpaceX is Starlinking Nazis says Russian space agency chief – then calls for Musk to ‘answer in adult way’

    Could threat extend to all European mobile operators? SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has been threatened by the head of Russia's space agency for connecting Ukraine to the...

    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...

    Food supply is new target for cyber crime – FBI report

    SecurityGen sends in BAS as hackers hold farmers to ransom Cyber crime fighter SecurityGen has launched the Artificial Cybersecurity Expert ACE, a ‘breach and attack simulation’ (BAS) system...

    French telcos Free and SFR sabotaged by cable cutters

    Subscriber choices were slow service or no service - but why? Services on Free and SFR were either absent or inconsistent in many French cities...

    War dividend for telcos as Telia reports unexpected earnings

    Conflict drives dramatic surge in security budgets Nordic telecom operator Telia’s  quarterly core earnings have defied market expectations according to Reuters, which uses hindsight wisdom to identify...

    MVEdge and Foundries promise low maintenance telco cloud and easy IOT

    Foundries foundations and MVEdge connecting device diaspora Linux embedder MontaVista Software has launched MVEdge, an intelligent edge that works with gateway-style devices to merge networks more cohesively. Coupled...

    How Poland has upped Ericsson’s radio activity

    Ericsson’s Polish 5G factory makes its millionth radio module Ericsson has just produced its millionth 5G radio products at the Flex Tczew factory in Poland...

    How T-Mobile’s secret source code was stolen by Lapsus$ extortion group

    Security expert reveals social engineering techniques used A hacking gang known for extortion of telco subscribers is now moving on to stealing source code, with...

    UK and India issue memo of understanding on telco and IT pacts

    Policy document outlines every area from 5G through IoT to 'etc' The governments of the UK and India have agreed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to ‘develop...

    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,...

    Mavenir and Aspire Technology speed test O-RAN ready radios in Dublin

    Pre-tested, integrated Radio gives engineers more freedom Network software vendor Mavenir and systems integrator Aspire Technology are speed testing Remote Radiohead Units (RRUs) in the latter’s Open Networks Lab...

    Ericsson profits slump, stock down and fined millions by US DoJ is the best it can hope for – says analyst

    Admits in quarterly results it faces unpredictable punishment Ericsson has admitted that it cannot predict the scale of the fine it faces from US regulators in...