Jan du Plessis is to leave after fewer than four years in the job.
The Italian incumbent makes progress in closing the digital divide and with FiberCop.
The resale agreement follows recent similar deals with Vodafone and Telefónica.
BT's wholesale unit has live subscribers on the ADTRAN SDX series fibre access and Mosaic Cloud network automation platforms.
The vendor is to deliver greater capacity and automation to support residential broadband and applications like Industry 4.0.
The same ONF-developed technology is at the core of Deutsche Telekom’s Access 4.0 platform.
The operator is hoping to attract investors to share the cost of FTTH to underserved areas.
The operator plans to sell part of the fixed fibre assets in its home market to a consortium.
Nigel King, CTO Cambium Networks, explains the possibilities of wireless coverage for those at the wrong side of the digital divide.
This is just the latest in a long line of criticisms over years about broken broadband promises by Parliamentary committees.
Annie Turner talks to Alexander Stock about the operator’s strategy and his leadership in the midst of a pandemic – reframing what is possible now and in future.
Pascal Koster has been CTIO of Hyperoptic, an alternative fibre network provider in the UK, since November 2018.
Silvo Črnko, from Jareninski Vrh, Slovenia, has been connected to the 10 GB XGS-PON network as part of the RUNE (Rural Network) project.
Among other things, CERRE recommends the competitive use of networks by different players – rather than focusing on competition between network owners – to lower entry barriers.
The former Dutch incumbent also expects to save up to €250 million through digital transformation.
Stéphane Richard, Chairman & CEO, (pictured), said, “Orange Group has demonstrated its resilience in all its markets in the face of unprecedented health and economic crisis”.
The companies will have a “co-control model” and deploy fibre in rural and semi-rural areas of the country.
The operator completed the upgrade to its the cable-fibre network in 13 federal states – the largest gigabit expansion project in Germany.
The story surfaced in Spain’s Expansion newspaper saying that the two are exploring a 50/50 joint venture.
If the deal reported by Reuters goes ahead, it marks a sharp reversal from the mobile-first strategy embraced by Telefónica in Germany.
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