The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) says the successful candidates will ensure worldwide compatibility of equipment and interoperability.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer scaled back broadband targets and government investment in his spending review last night.
They cover the access ecosystem, from fixed mobile convergence, to the access gateway function and customer premises equipment.
The outage also affected Telefonica Deutschland and Deutsche Telekom, who said that otherwise their networks were running normally.
The UK government is to publish a telecoms security bill which includes fines of £100,000 daily for operators that fail to stick to rules regarding vendors like Huawei.
The former Dutch incumbent also expects to save up to €250 million through digital transformation.
The two have signed contracts to formalise the agreement reached in August regarding FTTC broadband.
Italy's biggest mobile operator, TIM, has signed a strategic agreement with Eutelsat Communications to reach remote areas.
H1 revenues fell, but profits are up: more 5G litigation looms in Portugal, but there are high ambitions for Vantage Towers, valued at €14 billion.
The acquisitions are the biggest ever for Cellnex extending its footprint in Italy, the UK and Ireland, and entering Austria, Sweden and Denmark as new markets.
The Swedish equipment maker’s Capital Markets Day was all about being back on track but stock markets are not convinced – and there's the China factor too.
The Swedish Post and Telecom Agency (PTS) is postponing the country's 5G spectrum auction as Huawei scores partial legal victory.
Nuremburg-based MYNXG will use a Nokia 5G network to develop new secure solutions for industrial IoT (IIoT).
Wi-Fi and private enterprise network provider Citymesh will offer mobile and fixed telecom services to its B2B customers over the Proximus network.
Orange is acquiring the 54% stake in Telekom Romania Communications (TKR) owned by OTE: the rest is owned by the Romanian State.
The additional premises are in Northern Ireland, including Belfast, and London.
Chinese vendor’s recent action against Estonia looking like part of a larger move, according to report by Politico.
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They will start with Milan (pictured) and Genoa to improve network capacity and quality, and pave the way for 5G.
The operator says the transactions progress its Global unit’s “transformation” and it will continue to operate in both markets.
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