Orange has snapped up Dutch desktop virtualisation specialists Log’in Consultants for an undisclosed fee, providing it with a broader European platform to support multinational business customers.
TalkTalk has managed to steady the after-effects of last year's calamitous cyber attacks, with its Q1 results showing stabilising churn amid flat sales.
Telia Company's focus on home comforts has led to Ebitda increasing by 4.1 percent, as it looks to leave struggling Eurasian markets behind.
Netflix has admitted it is not growing as fast as it predicted, after only adding half the number of new customers compared to a year ago.
Ericsson is accelerating its cost cutting programme after its net profits fell by more than a quarter.
Telenor's woes from its stake in Russian telco VimpelCom continued, with its second quarter profit slumping by two thirds because of impairment losses.
Vodafone UK CEO Jeroen Hoencamp is to take charge of the operator's joint venture with Liberty Global in the Netherlands.
Japanese telco SoftBank has had a £24.3 billion takeover bid accepted by the board of British chipmaker ARM.
DNA saw sales and earnings rise in the second quarter but the Finnish operator did not update the market on a strategic review it launched last month.
Bouygues Telecom has sold 230 mobile towers to Cellnex in an €80 million deal that heralds the start of a long-term partnership between the two companies.
Ericsson has acquired Spain-based fibre provider Abentel as it looks to boost its fixed-line offering.
France’s Groupe Iliad hopes to enter the Italian mobile market after agreeing a “remedy package” to acquire assets from Three and Wind, creating a fourth player in the country.
Telefónica has pulled the plug on the sale of its UK subsidiary following the failure of a proposed deal with rival Three and amid the UK's decision to leave the European Union.
Ericsson has won deals to supply enterprise IoT to Japan’s KDDI and manage the network infrastructure of Deutsche Telekom’s Macedonian subsidiary.
Orange is to acquire Moldova’s leading cable TV operator Sun Communications as it looks to sell converged services to its customers.
Nokia has won a contract to supply a new optical metro network to Telefónica Spain.
Finland’s DNA is the latest operator to bid for regional fixed line player Anvia Telecom and four other subsidiaries.
The telecoms industry claimed business as usual and, in most corners, some regret following the UK’s referendum decision to leave the European Union.
Digital disruption and changing consumer preferences are driving telecoms executives to consider M&A deals outside of the sector, according to new research.
TDC has sold its Swedish arm to Tele2 as it looks to focus its resources on Denmark and Norway.
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