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Ericsson and RCS & RDS (Digi) have launched Romania’s first 5G commercial service in the busiest parts of Bucharest, where 5G can really make a difference by providing increased speeds for mobile broadband to businesses and consumers. (more…)
Proximus, an international communications service provider, has chosen Oracle Communications virtualised Oracle Session Border Controller as a core network component to enable the delivery of its residential and enterprise communications cloud-based solutions for voice.
Huawei, the global telecoms equipment supplier will be taking a 5G consumer experience on tour this summer. (more…)
Cyber security provider F-Secure is creating a new unit dedicated to building on the company’s tradition of providing the best protection in the industry. (more…)
MATRIXX Software has joined Linux Foundation Networking (LFN) as a silver member. Matrixx is participating in the foundation’s programs to provide guidance related to advancing a new generation of services inspired by web-scale best practices.
Unitas Global accelerates enterprise cloud migration with connectivity to Iron Mountain’s London and Amsterdam facilities
Unitas Global, a leading provider of global enterprise hybrid cloud and cloud access solutions, announced that its award winning cloud access connectivity platform is now available to connect enterprise and service provider customers to the Iron Mountain Incorporated data centre facilities in Amsterdam and London. (more…)
AT&T and Colt Technology Services have completed the first application of MEF’s LSO (Lifecycle Service Orchestration) Sonata APIs, allowing business customers to order services across multiple carriers virtually seamlessly. (more…)
Pekka Rantala has been appointed as CEO of ePassi, a Finnish fintech company specialising in mobile payments. Rantala will begin in his position in October 2019. (more…)
5G investment focus in UK turns to manufacturing and industry, and telcos start to play in AI sandpit
WEEK IN TELCO IT – You may have heard the UK Government is investing £40 million (€44.7 million) in 5G (5th generation wireless communications) testbed and trial projects. These are specifically looking at 5G applications in manufacturing.