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Wednesday, 11 August 2021 12:38

Rawlins to lead Publicis Sapient in Australia

Digital business transformation company Publicis Sapient has appointed Claire Rawlins to the role of country managing director for Australia.

Published in People Moves

British telco BT and Microsoft have announced a new strategic partnership designed to accelerate innovation across enterprise voice, cyber security and industry-focused services in sectors from digital manufacturing to health, "setting businesses" in the UK and around the world back to growth.

Published in Strategy

BT's mobile division, EE, which claims to be the UK’s largest 4G and 5G network, will deploy Nokia’s Self-Networks (SON) to "reduce network cost, complexity and support enhanced reliability and service; deal confirms Nokia as BT's biggest vendor in the UK."

BT promises a flexible, secure next-generation network to support Orica's migration of applications and services to the cloud.

Published in Business IT

BT has announced a five-year contract with Alstom, one of the world’s leading providers of systems, equipment and services for the mobility sector, to upgrade its global network with the latest cloud-optimised connectivity solutions.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

A British parliamentary committee has found that the process of selecting vendors to supply 5G gear for the country's networks has delayed the rollout and made it more expensive due to the ban on equipment from Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The British Government says it will pump £1.6 million (A$2.9 million) into Japanese firm NEC to support a project to develop an open radio access network for 5G.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Cloud platform and services firm Versent has appointed former AWS ANZ managing director Paul Migliorini as a non-executive director.

Published in People Moves

Despite being one of the pioneers in the mobile industry, Finnish telecommunications equipment provider Nokia has been struggling in recent years, with its mobile division being much bigger than its other divisions and the company yet to benefit from the 2016 acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research claims.

Malicious attackers have tried to get Israeli executives working for 20 digital currency firms to pay cryptocurrency by sending them messages after hacking their phones and stealing their identities.

Published in Security

Finnish telecommunications equipment vendor Nokia says it has signed 17 new commercial 5G deals in the third quarter of the year, bringing the total signed with individual customers to 100. Including paid trials, the total number of commercial engagements is said to be 160.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Finnish telecommunications equipment provider Nokia has announced an extension of its relationship with British telco BT into the 5G space, after the latter selected it as its 5G RAN vendor.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Macquarie Telecom has signed a new deal with aged care provider Southern Cross Care Western Australia (SCCWA), facilitating improved connectivity for its senior residents and staff, while lowering operational costs.

Fujitsu has appointed James Veness as its Oceania regional head of portfolio for data centres.

Published in People Moves

The chief executive of BT has told the BBC Radio 4's Today program that it would be impossible to remove equipment made by Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies from UK networks for at least seven years.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The management of Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies have requested a meeting with an aide to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as news emerges that the company's gear will be removed from the UK's 5G networks by the end of 2025.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The British Government will reportedly set a deadline of 2025 for the removal of gear made by Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies from its 5G networks, a newspaper claims as reported by Reuters.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The roster of disreputable organisations and individuals that have been associated with Chinese telecommunications equipment provider Huawei Technologies by Western sources to blacken its name never ceases to surprise. But the latest connection takes the cake: there are claims that former MI6 officer Christopher Steele, of Donald Trump fame, helped craft a report that accused Huawei and China's government of trying to manipulate British peers and MPs.

Published in Government Tech Policy

China's ambassador to the UK, Liu Xiaoming, has indicated that any change in the existing UK stance on telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies would send a bad message to the Chinese business community.

Published in Government Tech Policy
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