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Mehmel Azouaou, CEO of Algerian fixed line incumbent Algerie Telecom (AT), has announced that the company is planning to deploy an additional 20,000km worth of fibre-optic cables by the end... more
Alternative Spanish broadband provider Jazz Telecom (Jazztel) has announced that it expects to have passed a total of 2.2 million households with its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network by the end of... more
French telecoms watchdog, the Autorite de Regulation des Communications Electroniques et des Postes (Arcep), has opened a public consultation on the use of ‘free frequencies’ (not requiring prior authorisation) by... more
China’s CITIC Telecom International is planning to buyout Reliance Communications’ (RCOM’s) submarine cable unit, Global Cloud Xchange (GCX, previously known as Reliance Globalcom), for up to USD1 billion. CNBC quotes... more
Maroc Telecom, the country’s incumbent telecoms provider, has reportedly been authorised by the Autorite de Regulation de la Poste et des Telecoms (ARPT) to provide commercial fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) services, Agence... more
Swiss cableco UPC Cablecom has extended its network to pass more than two million homes, having completed the installation of a fibre-optic network in Ticino. The operator, Switzerland’s second largest... more
Vietnamese telecoms operator Viettel has awarded DASAN Networks of South Korea a contract for the supply of high speed broadband internet infrastructure, telecomasia.net reports. The initial USD18 million order covers... more
Ukrainian fixed network operator Vega has followed up the recent launch of IPTV services by its larger sister company Ukrtelecom with a similar expanded IPTV offering of its own, featuring... more
Global Cloud Xchange (GCX) [formerly Reliance Globalcom] has announced plans to deploy a 5,060km submarine cable between Mumbai, India and Singapore. The subsea system, named India Cloud Xchange (ICX), will... more
Dubai-based telecoms operator Du has indicated that long-delayed network sharing with sole rival Emirates Telecommunications Corporation (Etisalat) will begin in October, the company’s CEO Osman Sultan told Gulf News. The... more