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European Communications discusses the latest telecom trends with telco executives, analysts and topic experts viainsightful analysis, Q&As and opinion pieces.

Ericsson faces challenges expanding in Japan, should consider acquisitions

Despite revenues heading south this year, Ericsson is fully focused on making a success of its business in Japan, a country from which it thinks telcos in Europe have much to learn.
 

BBWF: Copper or FTTX? Europe remains divided

Twelve months ago, we looked at the state of fibre broadband in Europe and found that most of the region was still waiting for the superfast speeds to take off.

Ops and apps – never the twain shall meet?

Marc Smith chaired the operator stream at the Apps World event in London on Tuesday to ascertain how far they have progressed in the past year.

BT Global Services CEO: I am not obsessed with revenue growth

Luis Alvarez discusses the enterprise market, not being obsessed with revenue decline, what’s going to be big in 2014 and getting to know the new CEO of BT Group.

Big data seminar videos now available to view

Videos from European Communications’ latest big data seminar are now available to view, featuring speakers from Telefónica Digital, Deloitte and the DigiWorld Institute. Go to www.youtube.com/eurocomms to watch the presentations and extra interviews.

European Communications launches managed services quarterly survey

European Communications is today launching its first telco managed services survey to gauge how the industry, and operators in particular, view this key trend.

Click here to take the survey and share your views

LIVE: Reaction to EC’s Connected Continent telecoms reform

Throughout the day we will we bringing you reaction to the European Commission’s reform package for the telecoms market, which was unveiled late on Wednesday afternoon.

Vodafone and Nokia have much to do to prove new-look telcos can deliver

Perhaps because it was much more of a surprise, the sale of Nokia’s device business has overshadowed Vodafone’s much larger divestiture of its stake in Verizon – at least from a comment perspective.

BT unveils digital archive showcasing 167 years of telecoms history

BT has unveiled a searchable digital resource of almost half a million photographs, reports and items of correspondence preserved by the operator since 1846.