The gap between Ericsson and Nokia closes, but Huawei holds onto the top spot.
The operator presented the findings of its internal investigation into why its network could not handle emergency calls for several hours.
Nibble is Sparkle’s new European network based on software-defined tech.
Dell’Oro Group reckons the global revenue for the broadband access equipment increased 18% in Q1 compared to Q1 2020.
Reuters reports Altice Europe is sounding out prospective bidders, but the price tag looks steep.
The Danish operator was acquired by Macquarie and three local pension funds in 2018.
The firm has gathered an ecosystem to work with operators going cloud native.
Many of the world’s best-known websites were inaccessible for more than an hour yesterday after the Fastly CDN failed.
O2 goes to university with Aviva, Vodafone takes to the road in the West Midlands.
This week the company closed the two tower deals it announced in January to reduce its debt mountain.
The plan is to bring FTTx to 1 million premises by 2025 and create 600 permanent new jobs.
The UK’s operator’s mobile arm, EE, will use the tech for 4G and 5G.
Telia Company completed the divestment of its international subsidiary, Telia Carrier.
Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom and Telefónica are expanding their coverage to provide more stable and reliable reception on trains.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) confirms support for TIM’s plan to develop 5G, fibre optic network and data centres.
BT’s semi-detached wholesale arm has committed to reaching 3 million more homes and businesses in the hardest to reach areas.
The operator is using a combo of Cisco Silicon One hardware, Segment Routing MPLS software and 400G OpenZR+ tech.
Leonardo is an Italy-based cybersecurity solutions firm.
New line cards based on the Quillion chipset allow existing physical infrastructure to run at up to 25Gbps.
The operator says 5G is ahead of schedule, available to 25 million people, and it is building 4,000 new LTE sites.
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