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EE, the new name for the UK’s Orange-T-Mobile JV Everything Everywhere, switched on its 4G LTE network today as it unveiled a host of announcements designed to position it as the go-to brand for superfast digital services.

CEO Olaf Swantee said 4G LTE would be launched in 16 cities servicing 20 million people across the UK by the end of this year.

Neil Downing, VP of enterprise solutions and sales operations at Interoute, discusses enterprise cloud and his company’s recent tie-up with Unisys

Eurocomms.com: What is the biggest challenge facing cloud providers currently?

Neil Downing: The biggest challenge many cloud providers face today is how they integrate their networks.

By Mervyn Kelly, EMEA marketing director at Ciena

In cinema, the concept of ”real-time” has been fairly well defined; 24 frames per second (fps) is, in most cases, enough to fool a human eye into believing that a motion picture projected on a screen is fluid and uninterrupted.

    

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