Orange censured in a new report for not informing authorities quickly enough about the extent of its network failure on 2 June.
The machine learning algorithm (ML) will be applied to Vodafone's pan-European networks.
Both vendors have five-year contracts and will provide the tech for roll-outs in the 3.5GHz and 700MHz bands.
UBS reports highlights something of a reversal from the usual worry that telcos can’t attract the talent they need to transform.
The operator has combined its network security with different SD-WAN technologies in a single managed service.
The "open standard" schema is said to accelerate service speed, manage data at the edge and avoid vendor lock-in.
The two have demonstrated, in the lab, that deploying IBM Cloud Satellite on Colt’s edge platform can be simplified for customers.
Hutchison Drei Austria has announced the launch of a trial 5G Standalone (5G SA) network in the capital Vienna.
Johnson Administration strives to speed up OpenRAN deployment at the same time as eradicating Huawei kit from UK networks.
IDC finds investment in cloud infra rose to $15.1 billion (€12.65 billion) in Q1 compared to $13.5 billion in the same period last year.
The consulting firm specialises in multi-cloud services and is a Google Cloud Premier Partner for Southern Europe.
Microsoft will acquire AT&T’s network cloud technology and talent, which it will incorporate into Azure for Operators.
As competiton in telecoms cloud intensifies, the Financial Times reports the 2015 truce between Microsoft and Google is at an end*.
The experimental network will launch in Lannion, Brittany, in July and will act as a blue-print for future network development.
The operator is experimenting with partners in the O-RAN Town of Neubrandenburg (pictured) ahead of mass Open RAN roll out.
The test will take place in London, Manchester and Cardiff, building on a trial with Coventry University.
STL Partners has published a first attempt at establishing how much the O-RAN market is worth.
The US’ fledgling fourth national operator has again chosen an American supplier.
The initiative is designed to ensure Europe has its own trusted data and cloud infrastructure as opposed to relying on Big Tech.
Agreement in the UK follows partnership in Germany where Ericsson will deliver 4G and 5G packet core infra.
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