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Iliad enters content game in France, finally launches Italian mobile business
Iliad has acquired football rights in France and launched its opco in Italy as it looks to reboot after a disappointing set of financial results.
Three UK appoints new CCO, CFO
The departure of Three UK's Chief Commercial Officer after just 18 months in the job has triggered a shake-up of the mobile operator's top team.
TalkTalk to sell enterprise customer base to Daisy as it registers full-year loss
TalkTalk has agreed to sell 80,000 business customers to rival Daisy Group in a £175 million deal.
A1 Telekom Austria Group rebrand reaches Bulgaria
Bulgaria is the third A1 Telekom Austria Group opco to get rebranded as the telco looks to market itself as a provider of "advanced" IT, IoT, cloud and content services.
Orange Business Services puts IoT to use on saving ships’ fuel costs
Orange Business Services has expanded its work with Dobroflot by developing a customised IoT solution for the Russian fishing company.
Opinion: Could second brands become operators’ training ground?
By Jonathan Plant, Senior Marketing Manager, Openet
Opinion: Cloudification is coming, but processes and culture must change
By Santiago Madruga, VP of Communications Service Providers market, Red Hat EMEA
Vodafone’s IoT head hits out at "annoying" criticisms of operator role
The claim that connectivity is a commodity has existed in the mobile industry for some time and has recently extended itself to the Internet of Things.
Telcos bet on eSports to get down with the kids
In some circles, attempting to shrug off the image of being a bunch of crusty old network engineers by buying an eSports team would be regarded as the very definition of having a midlife crisis.
Deutsche Telekom’s Head of Europe rails against “really dangerous” regulatory mindset
Complaining about the regulatory landscape has been de rigueur in European telecoms for many a long year.