The SmartRAN Open Network Interoperability Centre (SONIC) is a joint programme between Digital Catapult and Ofcom.
The operator and IBM announced Cloud Garden 2.0, the next phase of Telefónica’s cloud services platform designed to speed up the modernisation of applications.
Solar power is widely used in Germany, but not to run commercial mobile mast sites.
Switzerland's biggest operator has chosen TEOCO's ASSET 5G suite for its radio network planning.
Germany’s largest operator says it is the first in the country to do so.
The companies’ female C-suite execs say their strategic partnership is about culture as well as tech.
Orange Business Services (OBS) has been chosen as master systems integrator for the new administrative capital.
The operator and IBM have announced Cloud Garden 2.0, the next phase of Telefonica’s cloud services platform designed to modernise applications.
Tata Consultancy Services will help the British operator configure and maintain 5G infrastructure.
Both contracts build on long-standing relationships with Deutsche Telekom's American subsidiary.
Orange Business Services says the joint design and deployment is to ensure business continuity during deployment.
Security is an issue often cited as an obstacle to the wider adoption of cloud-native technologies, including scaling applications.
The proposed ‘merger’ was announced some 20 months ago, but the parties disagree about whether the necessary regulatory approvals were not obtained in time.
Plan is to accelerate the operator’s digitalisation with a more reliable, efficient and faster network.
Revenue growth for telcos, webscale and carrier-neutral sector will average 1, 10 and 7% respectively, through to 2025.
PTS is to progress the spectrum auction although Huawei could still appeal the court’s ruling.
US analyst group reckons Open RAN sales in 2020 to be 50% higher than previously predicted, but advises against making longer term assumptions.
Kester Mann, Director, Consumer and Connectivity at CCS Insight, says new solutions are accelerating the Swedish vendor’s move toward open architectures.
They cover the access ecosystem, from fixed mobile convergence, to the access gateway function and customer premises equipment.
The operator said the new services are more flexible and optimise networks for cloud services. Separately, it announced investment in AI.
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