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The former Telecom Italia, now known as TIM, says it is using Google Cloud to modernise its IT infrastructure and add new capabilities that aim to help close the digital divide between public institutions, commercial enterprises, and private citizens.

Published in Strategy

A multi-country consortium consisting of European identity experts has been chosen to deliver a cross-border payments pilot, for the European Commission’s (EC) EU digital identity wallet program.

Published in Security

The UK government has announced that research and development on next-generation 5G and 6G wireless technology and telecoms security is to be ramped up as part of a £110 million state-funded investment.

Published in Strategy

Telecoms equipment maker Ericsson and tech giant Apple have ended their legal feud and inked a multi-year, global patent license agreement between the two companies.

Published in Strategy

Deakin University in Melbourne has entered a strategic relationship with hybrid cloud company Cloudera to deliver deeper data insights into 8.8 million data events, levelling up on teaching and learning outcomes for its 60,000 students.

Published in Education

Global 5G subscriptions remain on track to top one billion by the end of 2022, and five billion by the end of 2028, according to a new report from global telecommunications equipment supplier Ericsson.

Published in Market

Inflation has hit the mobile telecommunications industry in Spain with a vengeance, forcing the country's three largest operators to declare substantial rate increases from January 2023.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Thursday, 01 December 2022 22:29

Cyber extortion dominates business threat landscape

Orange Cyberdefense, the specialist cybersecurity arm of French telco Orange, has launched its annual security research report, the Security Navigator 2023, identifying 99,506 potential incidents, an increase of 5% from the 2022 report.

Published in Security

The Chinese government has granted the first 5G private network license to Commercial Aircraft Corp of China, the manufacturer of the C919, the country's first self-developed single-aisle passenger jet.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Tuesday, 29 November 2022 11:48

EU gives green light for advanced 5G on planes

The European Commission (EC) has given the green light for airlines to provide the latest 5G technology on their planes, as the regulatory body updated the implementing decision on spectrum for mobile communications on-board aircrafts, designating certain frequencies for in-flight 5G technology.

Published in Government Tech Policy
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Sunday, 27 November 2022 20:28

VEON to sell Russian operations for $2.1 billion

Netherlands-based global telecoms services provider VEON has entered into an agreement to sell the company's Russian operations to a group of senior members from the management team of Russian telco PJSC VimpelCom, led by its current CEO and former banker Aleksander Torbakhov.

Published in Deals

Facebook owner Meta has caved to demands by the German national competition regulator the Bundeskartellamt, which insisted that its VR headset products conform to open platform requirements in Germany.

Published in Entertainment

The UK government has cited national security as the reason for quashing the ownership by a Chinese-owned semiconductor manufacturer of a semiconductor fabrication plant based in Wales.

Published in Government Tech Policy

In a sign that the economy may be weighing on EU countries, a recently completed 5G spectrum auction in the Eastern European nation of Romania yielded what many are seeing as a disappointing result.

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Thursday, 17 November 2022 11:53

EU to impose tighter cybersecurity measures

The European Union is set to impose strict cybersecurity measures on its members, with new legislation setting tighter requirements for businesses, administrations, and infrastructure across a range of sectors deemed to be essential.

Published in Security

As Russia continues to get blamed for the recent spate of cybersecurity incidents that have compromised the data integrity of major corporations in the West including Australia, Russian companies are finding it increasingly difficult to find cybersecurity personnel for their own security needs.

Published in Security

Hot on the heels of the former Facebook now named Meta axing 11,000 staff from its global workforce comes the news of another mass layoff announcement by an American online tech company.

Published in Enterprise Staff

An international consortium of companies have formed a joint corporation to work towards development of a submarine fibre optic system connecting Asia and Europe through the Arctic.

Published in Networking

Global mobile operator Vodafone and Korean electronics giant Samsung have announced that they are partnering with US semiconductors maker Marvell to accelerate the performance and adoption of 5G Open Radio Access Networks (Open RAN) across Europe.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Google parent Alphabet saw its share price punished by nearly 6% after announcing an all round poor set of results for the third quarter, falling significantly short of expectations on both top line revenues and bottom line earnings.

Published in Listed Tech




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