Belgian operator BASE is exiting the digital television market, claiming it cannot make its SNOW product work pay off because of "negative" government intervention.
Operators need to adopt significant organisational and behavioural change if the migration to virtualised networks is to be successful, according to OneAccess CMO Pravin Mirchandani.
By Chris Cowan, Associate Director, Coleago Consulting
In mature markets such as the UK, communication services penetration, encompassing mobile, fixed voice and data and paid TV content, is reaching near saturation.
Europe’s leading telcos have unveiled a new initiative called Make the Net Work as they to look to drive the debate around reform of the telecoms market.
Japan-based messaging phenomenon Line Corporation is keen to work with operators in Europe as it prepares to launch its services in two key markets next year.
A number of high-profile players from the communications and media industries, including Alcatel-Lucent, Korea Telecom and Telecom Italia, have formed an alliance to help facilitate the growing demands of online video streaming.
MTS is expanding into the satellite TV space after revealing plans to spend five billion rubles (€85.2 million) on helping it cement a lead position in the Russian television market.
Nokia Networks and HP are partnering for the development of open-source cloud technology to help operators with NFV deployments, as the vendor revealed a fresh 3G deal in India.
Deutsche Telekom has announced plans to double its venture capital interests in Europe by establishing a new €500 million investment fund.
Vodafone is to launch a retail fibre broadband offer in the UK next year as it seeks to mitigate the impact of rivals and progress towards becoming a fully converged operator.
Everyone loves going on a metaphorical journey these days. From reality TV stars to telecom equipment providers, it seems no one can get by without an emotional or organisational transformation.
Swisscom, Sunrise, Orange and upc cablecom have signed a net neutrality agreement that they claim will guarantee an open internet in Switzerland.
Network operators love to tell the world how innovative they are being, but as a new report has shown, it is not a view shared by senior executives from other industries.
Revenues were down at BT in the three months to September, despite continued growth in the operator’s consumer broadband and TV business.
EE has claimed a lack of exclusive content will not hinder its forthcoming TV service for its customers.
Belgacom has today launched its new brand strategy as it attempts to simplify how it presents itself to both retail and enterprise customers.
By Adrian Baschnonga, Lead Telecommunications Analyst at EY
Telefónica has appointed mobile advertising exec Daniel Rosen to lead and develop its advertising businesses.
Operators in western Europe could grow profits to 15 times their current levels by taking an open platform approach to collaborating with OTT players, according to new research.
Four Chief Marketing Operators are in line to win European Communications’ inaugural CMO of the Year next month.
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