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Netflix signs Bouygues deal to mark French launch

Netflix has signed a deal with Bouygues Telecom for the French provider to offer the video on demand service on its set-top boxes, on the day its service went live across France.

Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent grow their video propositions

Ericsson and Alcatel-Lucent have bolstered their video offerings with new products and the Swedish vendor taking over a cloud storage provider.

Deutsche Telekom brings Romanian brands together

Deutsche Telekom has rebranded its subsidiaries Romtelecom and Cosmote Romania as Telekom Romania, the operator has announced. 

TeliaSonera confirms Jazztel talks over Yoigo sale

TeliaSonera and Jazztel are in discussions over the potential sale of Spanish mobile operator Yoigo, the two companies have confirmed. 

Ericsson, SAP team up to target operators with enterprise mobile security

Ericsson has announced it will offer a range of SAP mobile products as part of a new partnership between the two companies designed to target operators’ enterprise customers.

Telenor opens online bank is Serbia, eyes new markets

Telenor has opened an online bank in Serbia as it looks to introduce mobile financial services into the Eastern European country. 

Nokia Networks launches OSS as-a-service

Nokia Networks has launched OSS as-a-service as it bids to help operators move from a capex model to an opex one.

Alcatel-Lucent launches virtualised version of its CDN

Alcatel-Lucent has updated its Velocix Content Delivery Network (CDN) solution by unveiling a virtualised version of the platform. 

Nokia Networks launches new CEM services to cut complaints, optimise response times

Nokia Networks has unveiled extensions to its Customer Experience Manager (CEM) suite to enable operators to more efficiently deal with customer complaints and technical troubleshooting.

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