UBS reports highlights something of a reversal from the usual worry that telcos can’t attract the talent they need to transform.
The operator beat 4,400 IoT category nominees for its collaborative work on Rhomberg Sersa rail construction sites.
A new annual report find telcos are still too slow to react to enterprises' demands.
Look (almost no cables), no outside broadcast trucks, no wire tether for camera operator, new perspectives for viewers.
Their aim is to make the benefits of 5G private networks available more easily, quickly and simply to industry and enterprises generally.
Telefónica’s Chair calls for government backing to attract funding for “smart digital infrastructure”.
The operator group acquired the stake in the OTM platform and will roll out AdTech across its nine markets, starting with Russia.
Separately, TIM, the financial services arm of Accenture and Crédit Agricole Italia have signed a ten-year strategic partnership.
The pair say the collaboration will build a digital port over the next 20 years.
The rise in its annual operating profit suggests the group's long-term positioning and strategy is starting to pay off.
Belgium’s biggest operator seeks to streamline access to health services and claims a first for the country.
This third decade of the 21st century looks be the last for many telcos as we’ve known them, writes Annie Turner – but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
But it looks like telcos are still caught on the horns of the digital dilemma – enabling everyone else to profit rather than raking it in themselves.
The two have signed a collaboration agreement to integrate private 5G connectivity and Azure Private Edge Zone.
Group revenues at the operator jumped by 17.5% year-on-year in Q1 to TRY7.827 billion (€783.57 million).
Telefónica's CEO and Chairman’s approval rating has risen since 2017.
Konecranes’ Finnish factory will trial standalone 5G (5G SA) in operations, R&D and crane testing.
Our annual Mobile Europe & European Communications reader survey shines the spotlight on digital transformation in the pandemic era.
BT Sourced, BT Group's autonomous procurement firm started trading this week.
The search giant’s Supreme Court victory hasn’t addressed the issue of copyright and API code, but it has highlighted the debate.
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