On the night of 15 July, as the attempted coup d’état against Turkey’s state institutions unravelled, the country’s mobile networks were alive with activity.
The sun was shining at the IBC show in Amsterdam but it did not reflect off the telcos present, whose executives did little to dispel the notion that they are just not content people.
BEREC, the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications, has made some significant changes to its net neutrality guidelines following industry feedback.
A Nokia exec has admitted the company is late to the smart home market, but predicted that its new single box solution would make it stand out from the crowd.
Telco-led connected home platforms are becoming increasingly ubiquitous, and Europe got another one this week as Telia unveiled its own version.
Telefónica is halfway through its digital transformation programme, according to its CIO, who revealed he thinks the enterprise market is where the industry’s focus needs to be.
Digital transformation remains one of the industry's biggest buzzwords and it was in glorious technicolour evidence at the TM Forum’s annual conference in the south of France this week.
With the dust beginning to settle on the news that the UK will not see Three acquire O2, the industry has begun to sift through the implications and Brussels comes in for its share of criticism.
The CEO of Three Austria is adament. Claims that its 2013 purchase of Orange Austria has undermined competition in the local market are untrue, Jan Trionow says.
Videos from European Communications’ fifth annual customer experience seminar are now available to view.
A surprise appearance by The Fifth Element director Luc Besson stole the limelight at Orange’s now almost annual innovation show on Wednesday, but the operator is hoping a range of new services will get the plaudits in the long run.
Partnership is one of the key strategies that operators like to talk about when it comes to providing products and services to their customers.
Laurent Paillassot admitted he was tired as we sat down at the end of another gruelling Mobile World Congress, but he is confident Orange’s adventure into banking will energise the company’s business moving forward.
BT rolled with the punches today as Ofcom called for it to open its broadband network to competitors and take future decisions about budget and strategy in consultation with them.
Hans-Christian Schwingen, the man responsible for turning the Deutsche Telekom brand into the most valuable in Europe, was Head of Marketing at Audi when headhunters working on behalf of DT first came knocking a decade ago.
To paraphrase Bill Clinton, it’s competition stupid.
Nine months almost to day after it was announced to the world, Risto Siilasmaa and Rajeev Suri’s baby has officially taken its first tentative steps.
Deutsche Telekom and Orange said they will work together to present a united front in the scramble for share of the emerging Internet of Things market, particularly in the home.
Telecoms providers need to expand the cloud services they offer to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) if they are to realise massive new revenue from the market.
The CEO of BT Global Services is excited by what EE could offer his customers, but doesn’t see any value in acquiring rivals in the enterprise space.
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