MásMóvil has signed a wide-ranging deal with Ericsson that sees the vendor provide the Spanish operator with a wide range of services including enterprise billing and FTTH.
BT has created a team of Chief Information Officers in a move intended to improve dialogue with some of its enterprise customers in the UK.
The challenge that operators have to persuade enterprises of their ability to provide vertical solutions has been laid bare in a new survey, which found a majority of technology end users expect to buy basic connectivity from their telco provider.
Vodafone has revealed details of a Partner Market agreement with LG Uplus that majors on bringing enterprise services to the South Korean market.
Wind Tre has signed a deal with data centre company Switch as it looks to provide a range of services to enterprises in Italy.
MTS is backing technology from Nokia to deliver a range of operational improvements as well as new products and services for customers.
Ericsson is deploying Verizon’s managed SD WAN offering as it looks to transform its corporate IT infrastructure.
Nokia is to provide packet microwave technology to state and local governments across the US as it looks to make good on a promise to reach out to non-telco customers.
The enterprise arms of BT and Orange are to build Europe-wide networks for major multinationals thanks to new contract wins.
By Vincent Rousselet, an experienced TMT strategist and founder of V Rousselet & Associates
Telia has acquired Finland-based cloud provider Nebula Top Oy as it bids to expand its offering to small businesses.
Orange’s enterprise arm is in exclusive negotiations to acquire a controlling stake in France-based consulting and systems integrator player Business & Decision.
Telefónica has acquired Berlin-based data start-up Minodes, broadening its capabilities in data analysis for the retail industry.
Vodafone and Proximus have renewed a strategic partnership that will see the two operators continue to offer joint products and services in Belgium and Luxembourg.
Deutsche Telekom's enterprise arm has won a deal to supply IoT services to a Germany-based compressed air systems manufacturer.
Orange’s enterprise arm has won two deals in Russia, including one with a fashion chain that features a virtual fitting room.
Huawei has put a marker down in the cloud space with a series of launches that includes an app monitoring school attendance.
London’s Metropolitan Police force has turned to BT to provide a range of services, including support for the world’s largest rollout of body-worn video cameras.
BT has opened a new Customer Experience Lab and is working with a business school to develop new concepts that will help it to “reinvent” the traditional contact centre.
The Next Generation Enterprise Network Alliance (ngena) – founded by CenturyLink, Deutsche Telekom, Reliance Jio and SK Telecom – launched at Mobile World Congress 2016. Managing Director Marcus Hacke gives us a progress report
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