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Waystream signs agreement with Suc to deliver switches for fibre network in Bavaria

Published 17 Jan 2020 14:39 CET | Germany

Waystream, a Swedish provider of switches for fibre and city networks, said that it has signed an agreement with German energy company Suc to deliver MS7000 switches to ...

Angola Cables, Nokia trial first direct optical connection between US and Africa

Published 17 Jan 2020 14:31 CET | Africa, United States

Nokia has announced that Angola Cables is trialling Nokia's Photonic Service Engine 3 (PSE-3) chipset for the first direct optical connection between the US and Africa. The ...

M-net starts operating further sections of fibre network in Ebermannstadt

Published 17 Jan 2020 14:29 CET | Germany

German regional operator M-net said it has started operating further sections of the fibre network in Ebermannstadt, in Bavaria. The company built and now operates the fibre ...

ISP Korbank to get PLN 2 mln credit for broadband expansion

Published 17 Jan 2020 14:01 CET | Poland

Poland ISP Korbank, based in Wroclaw, has signed an agreement to borrow over PLN 2 million from Alior Bank, reports Telko.in. The ISP, which also trades in the city of Radom, ...

Netia tests SuperVector technology

Published 17 Jan 2020 13:52 CET | Poland

Polish cable operator Netia has started testing SuperVector technology, reports Telko.in. Netia claims that it is the first operator testing the vectoring technology in the ...

DigiPlex names new CEO

Published 17 Jan 2020 13:38 CET | Norway, Scandinavia

Nordic data centre provider DigiPlex has announced the appointment of Wiljar Nesse as chief executive officer from 01 March to replace Gisle Eckhoff, who is retiring after ...

Orange collaborates with Luxembourg start-up EmailTree on customer service

Published 17 Jan 2020 13:38 CET | Luxembourg

Orange Luxembourg has helped local start-up EmailTree refine an AI-powered algorithm developed to automate email composition. The successful partnership, assisted by the LOIC ...

Telia Finland names Hatch's Nummi as new CEO of Assembly

Published 17 Jan 2020 12:29 CET | Finland

Telia Finland said that Lassi Nummi will succeed Pekka Aako as CEO of its Assembly subsidiary on 01 February and will also participate in developing the Telia Esports Series ...

UK data centre market remains largest in Europe - study

Published 17 Jan 2020 11:47 CET | United Kingdom

The latest Datacentrepricing report on the UK data centre market from Tariff Consultancy hows that 3rd party data centre space has increased by 48 percent over the last four ...

Seaborn adds high-capacity links to key internet exchanges worldwide

Published 17 Jan 2020 11:39 CET | World

Seaborn Networks, submarine fibre-optic cable systems operator, has announced new high-capacity for the Seabras-1 IP Network directly into key Internet Exchange (IX) ...

Fima wins contract for border video-surveillance system

Published 17 Jan 2020 11:21 CET | Lithuania

Lithuanian company Fima has won a tender announced by the national border control service. The company will install a video-surveillance system along a 33-kilometre section ...

Vox Telecom offers Vox Cloud Mail to SMEs

Published 17 Jan 2020 11:16 CET | South Africa

Vox Telecom South Africa has launched Vox Cloud Mail, a home-grown platform to give small and medium enterprises (SMEs) access to cost-effective business email for messaging ...

Rostelecom updates DDoS protection service

Published 17 Jan 2020 11:13 CET | Russian Federation

Russian national operator Rostelecom has updated its offer of the software-hardware package Perimeter from Russian company Garda Technologies. The package is integrated into ...

Police Scotland starts roll-out of cyber kiosks for searching mobile devices

Published 17 Jan 2020 11:12 CET | United Kingdom

Police Scotland will start the phased roll-out of cyber kiosks on 20 January 2020. It will install 41 cyber kiosks in police stations across all policing divisions, with the ...

South African trade union criticises Telkom redundancy plans

Published 17 Jan 2020 11:11 CET | South Africa

South African trade union Solidarity has crticised Telkom's plan to make 3,000 workers redundant while paying over ZAR 100 million in remuneration to top executives, reports ...

FuboTV's 4K offering expands beyond live, sports programming

Published 17 Jan 2020 11:11 CET | United States

US OTT internet TV service FuboTV's 4K offering is expanding beyond live and sports programming with the premiere of BBC America's Seven Worlds, One Planet starting from the ...

Foxconn to develop 'internet of vehicles' with Fiat Chrysler

Published 17 Jan 2020 11:09 CET | China, World

Apple supplier Foxconn has started a new joint venture deal with Fiat Chrysler to develop electric vehicles and the "internet of vehicles", the Nikkei reported, citing a ...

EllaLink signs fibre deal with REN Telecom

Published 17 Jan 2020 11:05 CET | Portugal

The EllaLink Group has signed an agreement with REN Telecom to use dark fibres in Portugal and Spain for data centre interconnection. REN Telecom has the largest neutral ...

Rostelecom starts video surveillance for Elista water management company

Published 17 Jan 2020 11:04 CET | Russian Federation

Russian national operator Rostelecom has implemented its video-surveillance system at the municipal water management company in the city of Elista in the Republic of ...

Netflix leads Poland VoD market in December

Published 17 Jan 2020 11:01 CET | Poland

Netflix led the Poland VoD market in December, according to a study from Gemius/PBI reported by Wirtualnemedia.pl. The audience of Netflix totaled 5.306 million, up from ...

Superfast West Yorkshire programme passes more than 141,000 premises

Published 17 Jan 2020 10:58 CET | United Kingdom

Openreach confirmed that more than 141,000 premises across West Yorkshire can now access fibre broadband through the Superfast West Yorkshire & York broadband programme....

BT becomes first European distribution partner for Google Stadia

Published 17 Jan 2020 10:52 CET | United Kingdom

BT and Google have announced a strategic cloud gaming partnership, with BT becoming the first European distribution platform for the Stadia cloud gaming platform....

South Africa's Openserve holds talks over cable breaks in Gabon and Angola

Published 17 Jan 2020 10:14 CET | Angola, Gabon, South Africa

South African telecom infrastructure provider Openserve said that it had been liaising with both the WACS and SAT3/WASC undersea cable consortia to determine the cause of ...

Social media firms must hand over user data for research - study

Published 17 Jan 2020 10:14 CET | United Kingdom

A new report from the UK's Royal College of Psychiatrists says that social media companies should be forced to hand over their data to universities for independent research ...

German govt plans reform of Network Enforcement Act for online content

Published 17 Jan 2020 10:09 CET | Germany

The German government plans to reform the Network Enforcement Act (NetzDG), Golem.de reports, citing a 36-page document prepared by Federal Minister of Justice Christine ...

 

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