Operators have voiced their support for a new tie-up announced by Ericsson and Cisco.
Sweden-based systems integrator Cygate has become the first company to deploy Ericsson's Apcera cloud platform globally.
Swisscom has invested an undisclosed amount in operator-backed software platform SoftAtHome.
Global cloud traffic will more than quadruple to 8.6 zettabytes by the end of 2019, according to a new forecast, opening up a “tremendous opportunity” for service providers.
Orange Business Services has partnered with Google to extend the capabilities of its Virtual Private Network (VPN) hub for enterprises.
Telefónica and China Unicom are to share their data centre capabilities as part of a broader collaboration in cloud services.
BT has revealed new cloud capabilities designed to help businesses integrate communications services from various providers.
Telcos could stand to realise up to $22 billion (€19.6 billion) from offering cloud services to small enterprises, a new study has concluded.
Deutsche Telekom is extending its upcoming public cloud offering to the Chinese market with the help of Huawei.
Nokia has boosted its portfolio of cloud infrastructure services with a series of new products, three months after it announced its entry into the space.
Senior executives at Telenor have been discussing innovation in a series of videos, titled "Summer of Innovation", that revealed more financial service products are on the way in Europe.
Len Padilla, VP Product Service at NTT Communications, the international network and ICT arm of the Japan-based telco, discusses all things cloud.
KPN has bought out IS Holding’s share in Dutch cloud company IS Group for an undisclosed fee.
Telco executives think customer experience, cloud services and big data analytics will be the top three investment priorities for CEOs in 2020.
Deutsche Telekom wants Europe to take the fight to Amazon and Google by creating a cloud rival, as telcos were told they must do more to help the continent’s SMEs.
By Charlie Ashton, Director of Business Development at Wind River
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a topic that’s been increasingly coming up when we talk with telecom service providers about their Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) plans.
Alcatel-Lucent’s French Group Committee declared its approval of the company’s merger with Nokia as the vendor announced new deals with Telecom Italia and HP.
Nokia has extended a contract with Capgemini and unveiled a benchmark for operators to measure their progress in the telco cloud space.
Nokia has entered the cloud infrastructure market as it looks to capitalise on the transformation of telcos into virtualised businesses.
Telefónica, HP and Microsoft will work with Nokia to transform the Finnish vendor’s IT infrastructure as it turns its attention to “next-generation” service delivery.
Page 3 of 7