Four telecommunications companies — the UAE's Etisalat, Singapore's Singtel, Japan's Softbank and Spain's Telefónica — have come together to form a Global Telco Security Alliance that will offer companies cyber security services.
With 5G promising “ultra-high throughput, ultra-low latency transmission, and edge computing”, Huawei and Softbank have demonstrated 5G use cases including real-time UHD video, robotic arm control and more.
ARM chief executive Simon Segars has joined SoftBank's board of directors.
Global communications services provider Ericsson has launched its verified Network Functions Virtualisation infrastructure (NFVi) solution with multivendor capabilities and a transformation service offering.
Japanese megacorp SoftBank has offered to buy ARM, the company behind the processors used in smartphones and tablets, for tens of billions of dollars.
Japanese telecommunication service provider Softbank is streamlining its data centre operations by deploying Brocade VDX switches in its group-wide common service infrastructure network.
Telstra and Japanese telco giant SoftBank are amongst investors who have put an extra $50 million of equity funding into Australian e-commerce player Bigcommerce.
The balance of power in global commerce is moving east. The float of Chinese Internet merchant Alibaba is the largest in history. Blame Forest Gump.
In one of the largest deals in IT history, Japan’s Softbank will buy two thirds of major US telco Sprint Nextel for US$20 billion. The deal makes Softbank an international telco giant.
There appear to be two possible bids either on the table or in the next room for Yahoo! Will there be a bidding war between Microsoft and Alibaba?
On March 31 one of the world's first 2G digital cellular networks, in Japan, will be one of the first to be closed down as a result of becoming obsolete.
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