Vodafone has warned competition will be damaged across Europe within five years unless operators have access to fibre backhaul at reasonable prices, as the current market does not provide a "level playing field".
Free Mobile owner Groupe Iliad reported an 11 percent rise in Q1 revenues as Bouygues Telecom, with whom rumours of a merger persist, saw sales fall five percent.
Telekom Austria and América Móvil have announced that they are to create one of the world's largest fibre networks as they enter into a collaboration for interconnected voice, roaming, data and mobile services.
Sales in Deutsche Telekom’s US business again delivered to help push the operator’s overall revenues up eight percent to €14.9 billion in the first quarter.
BT Chief Executive Gavin Patterson set out a new “refined” strategy for the operator, which includes improving customer experience and launching a new mobile network.
Virgin Media has become the first operator in the UK to offer a quad-play bundle featuring broadband, TV, mobile phone and landline services.
Ericsson has announced two new deals with Algérie Telecom and utilities provider Con Edison.
Telekom Srbija has selected Alcatel-Lucent’s Motive Network Analyzer Solution to improve the performance of its broadband offering to its one million customers.
Quantum Key Distribution Technology (QKD) could represent the next innovation in fixed broadband security if new research from BT, Toshiba, ADVA Optical Networking and the UK’s National Physical Laboratory (NPL) is to be believed.
TalkTalk, Sky and Cityfibre have announced the creation of a new company that will launch an FTTP network in the UK city of York.
eircom and Huawei have provided an update on the roll out of VDSL2 vectoring technology in Ireland.
Ahead of a key vote on European telecoms reform, industry bodies Cable Europe, ECTA, ETNO and GSMA have slammed draft legislation around net neutrality.
Openreach, BT’s local access network business, has outlined plans to extend its suite of high-bandwidth optical services for operators.
Telekom Austria and Alcatel-Lucent have announced the successful testing of 400G technology on some of the operator’s existing fibre optic cables.
Alcatel-Lucent has hailed a “significant agreement” with China Mobile that sees the France-based vendor move the world’s largest mobile service provider towards an all-IP ultra-broadband network.
Mobile data usage accounted for only three percent of global data traffic in 2013, according to a new report.
Alcatel-Lucent has launched announced a series of new deals this week, including multiple cooperation agreements with Bouygues Telecom.
The UK has the highest take-up of mobile and superfast broadband among leading European economies, according to the country’s regulator.
Alcatel-Lucent made a loss of €1.3 billion last year but pointed to an improved Q4 performance as a sign that its turnaround is on track.
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