France, Germany, the Netherlands and UK will all benefit from their coordinated spectrum-sharing regulatory regimes.
The Italian provider’s target is to offer nationwide coverage by the end of this year.
The process has been dogged by controversy regarding allegedly 'preferential' terms for new entrants.
Revenue growth for telcos, webscale and carrier-neutral sector will average 1, 10 and 7% respectively, through to 2025.
So far, use has been for existing purposes, but the operator argues that this will change.
2020 highlighted spectacularly the critical role telecommunications play in our lives, while Covid-19 has reminded us that disease and misfortune don't recognise boundaries.
The performance breakthrough was achieved working with Intel, using its Xeon Scalable processor and Ethernet Network Adapter E810.
German Ministers have agreed an IT security law that will apply to all makers of telecoms equipment for 5G, regardless of their country of origin.
PTS is to progress the spectrum auction although Huawei could still appeal the court’s ruling.
Pascal Koster has been CTIO of Hyperoptic, an alternative fibre network provider in the UK, since November 2018.
It’s been a long and complicated journey to get here, and the approvals processes are not complete.
The Finnish vendor has secured the nationwide 5G RAN contract and will deploy its AirScale portfolio including Single RAN.
In the UK, O2 is looking to extend indoor 4G and 5G mobile connectivity to businesses, working with Vilicom to tackle indoor blackspots.
US analyst group reckons Open RAN sales in 2020 to be 50% higher than previously predicted, but advises against making longer term assumptions.
Silvo Črnko, from Jareninski Vrh, Slovenia, has been connected to the 10 GB XGS-PON network as part of the RUNE (Rural Network) project.
In effect, the UK regulator is supporting BT’s pledged £12 billion upgrade to national infrastructure ahead of its review next March.
The FTTH Council Europe predicts that 202 million homes will be passed by fibre by 2026, compared to 88.1 million in 2019, in 39 markets. (Picture courtesy of BT)
The French operator announces how it intends to spend its €2.2 billion tax rebate awarded in November.
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.
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