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Vodafone Germany has enlisted US-based Casa Systems to deploy its DOCSIS 3.1 network solution, as it seeks to deliver improved transmission speeds across its entire cable footprint. The contract will... more
Iran’s Telecommunication Infrastructure Company (TIC) says it plans to install a further 14,000km of fibre-optic network over the next two months to take the total length of its infrastructure to... more
New Zealand’s open-access fixed line telecoms provider Chorus has successfully trialled Nokia’s wireless passive optical networking (WPON) solution, which it is considering using to provide gigabit speeds in areas where... more
Speedcast International has been contracted by Bluesky Cook Islands to replace the Islands’ existing international hub termination service with a new domestic hub for data, voice, domestic terrestrial television distribution... more
The UK’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) has set out its new strategic priorities for national telecoms regulator Ofcom, which it claims are designed to ‘support improved... more
State-backed operator Telekom Srbija is looking to continue its acquisition spree with the takeover of Cacak-based cableco Telemark, Danas reports. An unnamed source at the company was quoted as saying... more
The Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA) has issued an individual/universal licence to start-up venture JamCell allowing it to own and operate a public telecommunications network providing triple-play (voice, video and high... more
Telefonica Deutschland has successfully completed a three-month pilot of 5G fixed wireless access (FWA) in Hamburg. The pilot was carried out with Samsung Electronics from December 2018 to February this... more
Italian state lender Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP) could be looking to increase its stake in Telecom Italia (TIM) to around 10% over the next twelve months, a report from... more
Italian fixed-wireless operator Linkem has secured an EUR39 million (USD44 million) loan to help fund its migration to 5G technology. Linkem currently uses 3.5GHz spectrum to offer services at up... more