American Tower Corporation Europe recruits partner to help it swallow the €7.7 billion acquisition of Telefonica's towers.
By Malik Saadi, Vice President, Strategic Technologies, ABI Research
Swisscom's much smaller rival Salt will share the risk of the fibre build out, investing in "the long-term right to use" the infrastructure.
Never mind that we don’t know if operators will succeed at monetising 5G or what 6G is.
The US company is to open a Development Centre just down the road from Vodafone’s OpenRAN Lab announced yesterday.
Vodafone has opened the company’s first OpenRAN Test and Integration Lab at its Newbury technology campus, in the UK.
The operator group reports progress in Austria, Slovenia and Bulgaria.
Michael Armitage, CEO of Broadway Partners, the UK alternative fibre provider, tells Annie Turner there are no excuses for not being ambitious enough.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) mulls rewriting rules concerning size and sites of masts, while promising not to up the ugly factor.
The two are trialling drones and Lidar-based 3D technology to speed up network planning and site updates.
BT’s access unit picks STL to provide optical cable solutions, integration services and faster installation for its new network.
The bill should pass into law in the first half of the year, paving the way to 5G procurement.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) was concerned about wholesale rather than retail activities and possible effects on other mobile service providers.
The operator has added 400,000 more gigabit connections, but suffered network outages after a power failure on Tuesday.
The operator says its offer is fair for the outstanding minority stake in Orange Belgium – stakeholder says it's like being asked to give away a Picasso.
The Financial Times says a new report tells mobile operators from whom to buy network equipment having kicked Huawei out of the UK market.
The Spanish infrastructure investor agreed to buy CK Hutchison’s Europan tower estate for €10 billion in November.
The operator says it has converted 1,000 antennas to “full 5G”, to offer lower latency and network slicing.
The new concern is expected to roll out fibre to 1 million homes and businesses by 2025.
Mari-Noëlle Jégo-Laveissière, Deputy CEO Europe at Orange, talks to Annie Turner about her local and group priorities, converged networks, cloud strategy, AI and more.
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