Fixed wireless is a “poisonous” albeit "very good" technology that fuels booming data usage, according to the CEO of Orange Poland.
Cost remains one of the key barriers to deploying fibre in Europe as operators look to meet EU targets, provide an RoI to investors and deliver connectivity to customers.
The Chairman of Openreach plans to make Ofcom’s monitoring of the legal separation between the infrastructure provider and parent BT a “non-issue” as he looks to create a more independent company.
Amid the management upheaval and the slowdown in its traditional network infrastructure business, Ericsson has been quietly working on how it can play a role in the digital advertising space.
If you missed the launch of Three UK’s sub-brand Smarty on 31 August, you were not alone.
European Communications has picked out six predictions for the year ahead, featuring content, new business areas and M&A megadeals.
Disney’s move to buy 21st Century Fox last month was one of the blockbuster M&A announcements of 2017.
Orange deployed four top executives to London last week to showcase how innovative they are being in Europe, although impressive recent financial performances continue to be driven by good old-fashioned connectivity.
Deutsche Telekom has cemented its position as the most valuable telecoms brand in Europe, as Orange overtook Vodafone and Telecom Italia (TIM) delivered the highest growth among the continent’s leading operators.
Telenor Group CEO Sigve Brekke is heading to this year’s Mobile World Congress to talk about mobile as a force for social good, but it is a laser-like focus on digital transformation that is the top priority at the Norway-based operator in 2018.
Mark Evans hopes at least seven million customers will sign up to Aura, the new digital assistant that Telefónica launched at Mobile World Congress this week.
Jeff Dodds only returned to Virgin Media last year to head up the UK-based operator’s mobile arm, but he says the company is already leading the market through zero rating and a truly unlimited data plan.
The CFO of Orange believes telcos have to do a better job of explaining to the financial markets how and why they are creating value.
Should operators in Europe be happy with single-digit revenue growth over the next few years?
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