The pair say the collaboration will build a digital port over the next 20 years.
It expects annual revenue increases of 1 to 2% in the mid-term targets announced ahead of its two-day investor presentation.
The rise in its annual operating profit suggests the group's long-term positioning and strategy is starting to pay off.
BT Wholesale’s partner Transatel is supporting seven entrants to the market from a variety of industry backgrounds.
The Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) says it has catalogued 311 private networks globally.
The data transmitted over the cellular network has multiplied by a factor of 200 since 2010, and a network upgrade is needed urgently.
BT’s semi-detached wholesale access arm, Openreach, raises its FTTP target from 20 million premises passed by December 2026 to 25 million.
The aim is to put North America in the lead for 6G and beyond. Other regions have their own 6G projects.
Homes passed in the EU39* countries was almost 182.6 million (more than 50% of homes) in September 2020, compared to 172 million in September 2019.
CCS Insight finds worldwide connections to 5G networks will triple in 2021 to 670 million, and reach 3.6 billion in 2025.
The upgraded optical transport network should be easier to scale, enabling faster services delivery and innovation.
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.
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