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EE extends 4G LTE outbound roaming to 16 countries

EE has signed a series of new agreements that extends the number of countries that its 4G LTE customers can roam in.

Adtran unveils new Gigabit components as operators “binge on broadband”

Adtran has released a new series of micro Optical Network Terminals that it hopes will simplify FTTH installation as new research showed the broadband aggregation market topped €1.5 billion in Q2.

Swisscom ups EBITDA forecast as bundles, TV subs boost revenues

Bundles and TV subscriptions helped to drive revenue in the face of falling profits at Swisscom during the first half of the year, as the operator upgraded its EBITDA expectations.

Ericsson wins Vodafone Hutchison Australia IP network deal

Ericsson has won a five-year contract to replace and upgrade Vodafone Hutchison Australia’s complete core network as it moves to an all IP environment.

HERE today, gone tomorrow: Nokia loses maps CEO

Nokia has announced that the CEO of its navigation, mapping and location business is to leave the company after only a few months in charge.

AT&T, Vodafone could bid for TIM Brasil if Telefónica wins battle for Brazil’s GVT

AT&T or Vodafone could be interested in acquiring Telecom Italia’s Brazilian subsidiary if Telefónica is successful in its bid for GVT, an investment bank has said.

Telstra launches unified comms service globally

Australian operator Telstra is bringing its cloud-based unified communications for the enterprise market to a global audience.

Ericsson wins wallet, network managed services deals in Peru, Croatia

Ericsson has announced two new wins that feature its wallet solution and a network managed services deal with Hrvatski Telekom.

Role of operators “still unclear” as smart wearables market set for huge growth

Operators look set to miss out on any potential revenues from the smart wearables market despite huge predicted growth.

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