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Orange CEO Resigns After Court Conviction

Stephane Richard steps down from his CEO and chairman positions of French mobile giant Orange, after his conviction by a…

5 days ago

Vonage Sold To Ericsson For $6.2 Billion

VoIP pioneer Vonage acquired by Ericsson for $6.2 billion, as Swedish giant looks to bolster wireless portfolio for enterprises

1 week ago

Nokia Launches Cloud Software Subscription Service For Telcos

Nokia announces entry into Software-as-a-Service segment, by offering multiple software services to communication service providers

2 weeks ago

Openreach To Pilot Closure Of Five Telephone Exchange Areas

Plan to close down 4,600 local telephone exchanges begins, as Openreach announces pilot closure of five exchange areas in the…

2 weeks ago

Vodafone Expands CityFibre Partnership To Continue FTTP Push

Vodafone claims to be the UK largest full-fibre broadband provider, thanks to Openreach and expanded CityFibre partnership

3 weeks ago

Plusnet Email Outage Causes Frustrations

No emails for Plusnet users. Thousands of Plusnet customers have been unable to access their emails since Wednesday morning

3 weeks ago

Public Payphone Protections Revealed By Ofcom

BT says it looks forward to working with Ofcom, after regulator reveals measures to stop closures of public payphones in…

3 weeks ago

FCC Revokes China Telecom Licence In US

US communication regulator has officially revoked and terminates the license of China Telecom to provide services in the United States

1 month ago

Australia Funds Telstra Buy Of Digicel Pacific To Thwart China

Strategic blocking? Australian government joins forces with Telstra to acquire Digicel Pacific, after interest from state-owned China Mobile

1 month ago

Vodafone To Hire 7,000 In Digital Services Push

British mobile giant Vodafone to hire thousands of software engineers to assist in its digital transformation and digital services push

1 month ago

FCC Urged To Address Spy Risk To US Telecom Networks

American senators have urged the US communications watchdog to address surveillance threats posed by foreign firms providing services to US…

1 month ago

Hacker Group Linked To China Compromising Global Telecom Networks

Warning from security experts CrowdStrike that 'LightBasin' hackers are burrowing into telephone networks around the world to grab data

1 month ago

BT Eagle-i Seeks To Predict, Prevent Cyberattacks

Proactive security approach. New security platform from BT Security, dubbed 'Eagle-i', seeks to predict and prevent cyberattacks

2 months ago

Eutelsat Raises Stake In OneWeb

French satellite firm Eutelsat increases stake in UK-based OneWeb, with additional $165m investment in satellite internet firm

2 months ago

Huawei Confirms Appeal Against Sweden’s 5G Ban

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei confirms it will appeal against court ruling upholding ban on the sale of its 5G equipment…

2 months ago

Ofcom Rules To Ease Switching On Different Broadband Networks

New rules to make it simpler to switch broadband supplier in as little as a day, under Ofcom's “One Touch…

2 months ago

FCC Opens $2bn Fund For Rural Carriers Replacing Huawei Kit

US communications regulator, the FCC, readies compensation fund for rural US telecom carriers removing Huawei and ZTE kit

2 months ago

US Commerce Dept Open To Additional Measures Against Huawei – Report

US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo makes clear the Biden administration will take further action against Huawei - if necessary

2 months ago

BT Pledges To Curb Carbon Emissions By 2030

Green pledge. UK telecoms giant BT brings forward its net zero carbon emission target from 2045 to 2030, and sets…

2 months ago

Government To Open Lampposts, Bus Shelters For 5G Expansion

Two year Government project to make it easier for operators to install 5G kit on street furniture such as lampposts…

3 months ago

Broadband Speeds Rise 20 Percent Since Start Of Covid-19

But 134,000 properties in the United Kingdom are still unable to get a decent broadband connectivity, Ofcom's latest research shows

3 months ago

BT Takeover Speculation Rises After Deutsche Telekom Comments

Comments made by the CEO of Deutsche Telekom, prompts renewed speculation of German telecoms giant intentions towards the UK's BT

3 months ago

TeleGeography’s Updated Subsea Cable Map Shows Tech Influence

Updated map of world's undersea cables by TeleGeography shows growing engineering infrastructure capabilities of tech firms

3 months ago

SpaceX Ships 100,000 Starlink Terminals

Elon Musk reveals Starlink shipped 100,000 terminals and is now available in 14 countries, including UK, US, France and others

3 months ago

FCC To Investigate T-Mobile Data Breach

Data breach that impacted more than 40 million former, prospective, and current customers will be investigated by US regulator

3 months ago

Man Admits Arson After Destroying 5G Mast

Conspiracy theorist David Patterson caused between £100,000 to £150,000 of damages when he set fire to a 5G mobile mast…

3 months ago

Facebook, Google Reveal Apricot Undersea Cable For Asia

New undersea cable from Facebook and Google to connect Japan with south east Asia, to increase capacity, redundancy and reliability

4 months ago

T-Mobile Confirms Data Breach Of ‘Some Data’

US mobile operator T-Mobile confirms “unauthorised access” to its systems after customer data appeared for sale on forum

4 months ago

UK Government £4m Trial For Fibre Cables In Water Pipes

Government trial to install fibre cables in water pipes to accelerate rollout of broadband and mobile signals in hard to…

4 months ago

Ofcom: Telecom Firms Must Do More To Help Struggling Customers

Despite falling average telecom prices, two million UK homes are struggling to afford internet access, comms regulator finds

4 months ago