Digital advertising technology provider PubMatic has appointed Dylan Robinson to the role of ANZ country manager.
Nokia announced that its Core networking products have been selected by Orange to help the operator deliver new advanced 5G services and stronger and more reliable network performance in France and other European countries.
Samsung Electronics announced the company is one of the first vendors to participate in the opening of Orange's Open RAN Integration Center in Paris. In the centre, the two companies will collaborate to disaggregate the hardware and software elements of traditional RAN. Samsung's virtualised RAN (vRAN) will be used in the centre. Samsung's vRAN has been proven in the field through commercial deployments with global Tier one operators, the company says.
The five European operators have signed a memorandum of understanding MoU to set their technical priorities to "guide and foster the development of non-fragmented Open RAN ecosystem and vendors' roadmaps while ensuring Open RAN reaches parity with best-in-class traditional RAN solutions".
Nokia and Orange have launched 5G testing in the city of Lublin in Poland, as part of the next stage of network trials in the country.
New Zealand budget telco Skinny has written to Kogan Mobile, complaining about the latter's use of the colour orange on its web site.
Korean electronics giant Samsung and Romania’s largest mobile carrier Orange have deployed a 5G New Radio (NR) network in the sub-6GHz band for one of the world’s largest electronic dance music festivals to showcase immersive real-time live streaming of performances and superfast download speeds.
Telecommunications operator Orange has acquired SecureData, the biggest independent cyber-security provider in the UK, for an undisclosed sum.
Five telecommunications service providers in the Asia Pacific — excluding Telstra — have been designated as “leaders” of the next-generation of telecoms providers for their strong regional network presence, delivery of software-defined technologies and a comprehensive suite of enterprise cloud and managed ICT service offerings.
Ericsson and Orange are working on the "development and test of selected 5G use cases based on Orange's network and Ericsson 5G technology".
Telstra’s thrust into the Asia Pacific and broader global markets continues with the big telco bringing in former Nokia APAC executive, Paul Tyler, to take up a newly-created role as group managing director international.
Orange Business Services has sealed a deal to extend and expand its network contract with AngloGold Ashanti, one of the world’s leading mining companies, to deliver a range of network services across 44 sites in Australia, Africa and America to improve collaboration and securely manage internet and cloud growth.
Telstra has a big tick of approval as the best performer of all telcos in the Asia Pacific market last year, with global analyst firm IDC noting that industry specific solutions and cloud services - mainly in Australia - and its Indonesia joint venture with Telkom Indonesia helping in Telstra’s “upward push”.
Orange Business Services has a new Asia Pacific chief with the appointment of industry veteran Dr Patrick Sim as Senior Vice President for the region.
The Linux Foundation - with support from many big names in the industry - has launched a project to build an open platform for network functions virtualisation (NFV).
Macquarie Telecom has appointed William Priest as group executive, operations.
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International mining group Rio Tinto has awarded Orange Business Services a five-year contract to deliver global networking and security services to more than 280 Rio Tinto sites around the world. The services support users in both global offices as well as remote mining locations such as Canga East in Guinea, Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia and Almaty in Kazakhstan.
Intel is looking for a bigger share of the smartphone market, announcing deals with Orange, Lava, and ZTE, as well as new chips for smartphones.
New Nespresso tabletop coffee machines use mobile phone technology for remote diagnosis and preventative maintenance visits.
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