Concrete details of operators’ big data projects remain thin on the ground, so it was pleasing to see BT and Cloudera shed some light last month on what they are doing.
Orange’s enterprise arm has won a five-year contract to upgrade numerous legacy networks belonging to seafood producer Norwegian Marine Harvest.
BT has revealed it is using Cloudera’s big data technology to improve its broadband service and get a more unified view of its enterprise customers.
Ericsson and SK Holdings have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop what they are calling “a global collaborative ICT ecosystem” for the enterprise market.
BT is to supply fixed voice services to the European Commission as part of a new deal worth €15 million.
Len Padilla, VP Product Service at NTT Communications, the international network and ICT arm of the Japan-based telco, discusses all things cloud.
Swisscom and Verizon have extended a partnership that allows their respective enterprise customers to access network services overseas.
Telecom Italia and Akamai have signed a partnership agreement that sees the companies offer content delivery network and web optimisation services to the enterprise market in Italy.
Cisco, Intel and Deutsche Telekom have selected twelve startups to join the next phase of a joint incubator initiative organised by the three companies.
Telefónica I+D has launched a new mobile application aimed at the Spanish insurance market that employs device sensors to monitor driving habits.
Orange has launched its accelerator programme in Spain as it looks to strengthen its presence in the country under its Essentials 2020 strategy.
KPN has bought out IS Holding’s share in Dutch cloud company IS Group for an undisclosed fee.
Ericsson has unveiled a new Industry and Society (I&S) business unit as it continues to focus on non-telco customers.
BT, TalkTalk and Virgin Media will work with Ofcom on a new Code of Practice to improve broadband services for SMEs in the UK.
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.
Vodafone’s business arm and Huawei are to jointly develop services for the enterprise market in Europe, Asia Pacific and Africa.
BT Global Services has won a global contract to transform the communications and IT infrastructure of multinational corporate ABB.
Nokia Networks and two other partners have won a 10-year deal to upgrade Spain’s railway communication system.
Orange Business Services has revealed it is transforming consulting and engineering company Pöyry’s communications infrastructure.
Global lift and escalator company KONE has selected Orange Business Services to provide contact centre solutions for a number of sites across Europe, the Middle East and North America.
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