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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.
- 14 September 2012
By Richard Britton, managing director, CloudSense
The decision by the European Commission last week to give the go ahead to Project Oscar, the UK mobile-payments joint venture, is of great significance to the European telecoms market and is good news for EU consumers.
- 13 September 2012
EE, the UK’s first 4G LTE operator, has been given a further boost by the news that Apple’s latest iPhone will be available on its network.
- 11 September 2012
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.
- 10 September 2012
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.
- 07 September 2012
By Phil Bull, Product Marketing Manager at Amdocs
- 06 September 2012
It was glitzy (ish), it was glamorous (ish) but now that Nokia’s much-publicised launch of its latest smartphone has been and gone, will the troubled telco see the bounce it so desperately needs?
- 05 September 2012
With operators increasingly looking at how to play the TV game, TeliaSonera has unveiled its latest move – an IPTV collaboration with Samsung.
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