The French Competition Authorities have approved the sale of Belgacom subsidiary Groupe Telindus France to Vivendi.
Nokia has appointed NSN head Rajeev Suri as its new President and CEO following the completion of the sale of its handset division to Microsoft.
Ericsson has announced that its Networks business unit is to be split into two separate divisions as it looks to focus on radio and cloud/IP as distinct areas.
Orange Business Services and Accenture have formed an alliance to support large enterprises as they move to the cloud.
Vodafone has made three major announcements in the UK, including a deal with RWE, the launch of a cloud computing product and a billion pound investment in its retail arm.
Telefónica has announced the acquisition of Spanish cloud computing start-up eyeOS for an undisclosed fee.
Nuage Networks, Alcatel-Lucent’s SDN venture, has announced its second major deal one year after launching.
Ericsson has unveiled a range of products ahead of Mobile World Congress, including a TV Anywhere platform and a cloud transformation consultancy.
Telefónica has furthered its expansion into cloud services by announcing a deal with white-label cloud company Funambol.
Orange Business Services has struck a deal to provide one of its cloud computing technologies in the Asia Pacific region for the first time.
Telefónica Digital has announced the global launch of an on-demand public cloud service for developers, digital businesses and large enterprises.
Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers has thrown down the gauntlet to rival vendors by shaking up the company and aiming to become, in his words, the world’s leading IT and communications provider.
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