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IoT market in Brazil to be worth BRL 50-200 billion in 2025

Published 22 Sep 2017 18:35 CET | Brazil

The Internet of Things (IoT) sector in Brazil by 2025 will be worth USD 50-USD 200 billion in 2025. The estimate comes from the Secretary of Information Technology of the ...

Hurricane Maria affects internet services in Brazil

Published 22 Sep 2017 18:27 CET | Brazil

The category 4 hurricane Maria, which hit several regions of Central America with winds of up to 200 km/h, has generated effects on telecommunications in Brazil, reports ...

m:tel offers additional benefits for Open Trio Extra users

Published 22 Sep 2017 17:46 CET | Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnian telecom operator m:tel is offering a multitude of benefits for subscribers to its Open Trio packages that include fixed telephony, internet and IPTV. The benefits ...

Brazil's Piaui aims to bring broadband to 80% of the population

Published 22 Sep 2017 17:41 CET | Brazil

The Brazilian federal state of Piaui is developing the Piaui Conectado project that aims to bring broadband to 80 percent of the population. The state is currently in last ...

Magyar Telekom offers 3 GB free for 3 days

Published 22 Sep 2017 17:18 CET | Hungary

Hungarian operator Magyar Telekom is giving away 3 GB of data free for 3 days to all Domino customers until 29 September. The goal of the special offer is to enable Domino ...

Brazil needs to invest BRL 200 bln for full broadband coverage

Published 22 Sep 2017 13:37 CET | Brazil

Brazil needs to invest about BRL 200 billion to reach 90 percent broadband coverage of the country in 10 years, according to the director of the Boston Consulting Group ...

Australia to invest AUD 50 mln in Cyber Security Research Centre

Published 22 Sep 2017 13:24 CET | Australia

The Australian government has announced it will invest AUD 50 million over the next seven years to establish the Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre (CRC). This ...

Rostelecom launches video-surveillance promo in Belgorod

Published 22 Sep 2017 13:21 CET | Russian Federation

Russian national operator Rostelecom has introduced a promotion for its video-surveillance services in the Belgorod region. Customers can now connect to the services and use ...

Moscow municipality expands data centre

Published 22 Sep 2017 13:17 CET | Russian Federation

The municipality of Moscow plans to expand its data centre, with a fourth unit scheduled to launch, reports Cnews.ru. Building for the the data centre, which municipal ...

Telstra to deploy fibre network at 850 McDonald's locations

Published 22 Sep 2017 13:12 CET | Australia

Australian operator Telstra has won an AUD 90 million contract from McDonald's. Under the terms of the contract, Telstra will deploy fibre infrastructure across 850 ...

Dutch ISPs ordered to block Pirate Bay websites

Published 22 Sep 2017 12:59 CET | Netherlands

Dutch ISPs Ziggo and XS4ALL have been ordered to start blocking the Pirate Bay website within ten working days. A court in The Hague overturned a ruling from 2014, siding ...

Get adds more Norwegian productions to its streaming service

Published 22 Sep 2017 12:56 CET | Norway

TDC subsidiary Get said it is adding 20 Norwegian film productions to its new streaming platform in conjunction with Euforia Film. It has signed up for 25 domestic ...

T-Systems to create video communication system for Hungarian govt

Published 22 Sep 2017 12:56 CET | Hungary

T-Systems won a contract from Hungarian IT agency Nisz to create a cloud-based video communications system serving government organisations. The system is expected to be ...

SEA-US ready for commercial service, NEC starts HK-G extension

Published 22 Sep 2017 12:45 CET | Asia

Ram Telecom International (RTI) and NEC have announced that the Southeast Asia - United States Cable System (SEA-US) is ready for commercial service following acceptance by ...

Norwegian H1 home access to 100 Mbps broadband rises to 80%

Published 22 Sep 2017 12:31 CET | Norway

Norwegian telecoms regulator Nkom said its annual coverage report shows that 80 percent of homes in Norway had access to broadband at a minimum of 100 Mbps by 30 June, up by ...

Telenor bolsters sea cable along Finnmark coast

Published 22 Sep 2017 12:07 CET | Norway

Telenor has inspected the sea cable along the coast of Finnmark county and decided to strengthen great stretches of it between Berlevag and Vardo. It will set up new nodes ...

MultiChoice plans to soon launch DStv Now streaming video platform

Published 22 Sep 2017 11:55 CET | South Africa

MultiChoice plans to launch its streaming video platform, DStv Now, for subscribers across all of its bouquets by the end of the year, including Family, Access and EasyView, ...

China operators add 23 million 4G customers in August

Published 22 Sep 2017 11:39 CET | China

China Mobile added 3.87 million new mobile customers in August, ending the month with a total of 873.7 million customers. China Telecom attracted 2.66 million new mobile ...

Charter testing mobile video service for college campuses - report

Published 22 Sep 2017 11:36 CET | United States

Charter Communications is testing a mobile video service aimed at college students, LightReading reported, citing documents. According to a Charer page advertising the ...

SingTel slapped with SGD 150,000 fine for fixed service outage in 2015

Published 22 Sep 2017 11:24 CET | Singapore

Singapore operator Singtel has been fined SGD 150,000 for a fixed-lined phone service disruption that left around 7,400 subscribers in Ang Mo Kio unable to make and receive ...

TalkTalk places last again in Which broadband survey, Sky drops

Published 22 Sep 2017 11:16 CET | United Kingdom

Zen Internet has emerged again as the best broadband provider in the UK, while TalkTalk was rated worst in the survey by consumer group Which?. More than nine in ten Zen ...

Bouygues to bring fibre offers on RIP networks run by Cogage

Published 22 Sep 2017 11:14 CET | France

Bouygues Telecom will soon market its fibre broadband offers on the public-initiative networks, known as RIP ('Reseaux d'Initiative Publique'), managed by French ...

Rostelecom lauches Virtual PBX service in Volgograd

Published 22 Sep 2017 11:12 CET | Russian Federation

Russian national operator Rostelecom has introduced its 'Virtual PBX' service to corporate customers in Volgograd. The cloud service enables businesses to use a multi-channel ...

Jamii Telecom increases internet speeds as competition grows

Published 22 Sep 2017 10:58 CET | Kenya

Kenyan ISP Jamii Telecom has launched a five-fold increase in internet speeds for home and business customers without a change in pricing, reports Business Daily. Jamii ...

Ziggo starts testing Docsis 3.1 equipment in lab

Published 22 Sep 2017 10:41 CET | Netherlands

Dutch cable operator Ziggo has started testing Docsis 3.1 equipment in its lab, but is still keeping quiet on when it will roll out the faster cable network technology, ...

 

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6,800,000
Customers of virtual operator brands
Netherlands  |  2017 Q1