Deutsche Telekom has announced plans to double its venture capital interests in Europe by establishing a new €500 million investment fund.
Vodafone is to launch a retail fibre broadband offer in the UK next year as it seeks to mitigate the impact of rivals and progress towards becoming a fully converged operator.
Tele2 and multinational engineering firm L&T Technology Services have launched a strategic M2M partnership aimed at the transportation industry.
Everyone loves going on a metaphorical journey these days. From reality TV stars to telecom equipment providers, it seems no one can get by without an emotional or organisational transformation.
Telekom Austria has launched a rights offering designed to raise €1 billion to help strengthen its core business and boost growth.
The CEO of Telecom Italia claimed the company has overcome the price war in Italy, but revenues remained on a downward spiral in the third quarter.
TeliaSonera is aiming to generate SEK 1 billion (€108 million) in revenues from M2M by 2018, its CCO has predicted.
Deutsche Telekom's attempts to protect its operations in Germany and the United States has led to profits falling almost 14 percent.
Ericsson has secured two deals with Asian operators, winning a five year contract to deliver 4G to parts of Thailand and leading the IT transformation of Taiwan's Far EasTone.
Sales at Swisscomm rose in the third quarter following strong growth in the operator’s bundled services, which grew by 22.8 percent during the period to hit CHF 496 million (€411 million).
The CIO of TeliaSonera is to retire at the end of the year after six years with the Scandinavian operator.
Altice has made a binding offer to buy Portugal Telecom from Brazilian operator Oi, following months of speculation over the fate of the ailing Portuguese firm.
Alcatel-Lucent and defence technology firm Thales have finalised an agreement that will see the two companies working together on network security.
MegaFon is still finding profit to be elusive as it continues to invest in its infrastructure.
Alcatel-Lucent continued to make a loss in the third quarter and revenues fell as the France-based vendor said it is moving on from cost reduction to focus on innovation.
Revenues were down at BT in the three months to September, despite continued growth in the operator’s consumer broadband and TV business.
Revenues and EBITDA hit an all-time high at Telenor after the operator added 3.4 million new subscribers in the third quarter.
Dutch operator KPN has announced a bond tender of up to €2 billion as it attempts to reduce its debt burden.
France’s competition authority has approved Numericable’s acquisition of SFR, but the deal has led to a third quarter loss at the cableco.
Turkcell and Turk Telekom both recorded promising third-quarter financial results following strong growth in the country’s mobile market.
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