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Cambodian mobile operator Smart Axiata has launched a plug-and-play home broadband service that enables subscribers to access Wi-Fi via a wireless router for up to ten simultaneously connected devices. Three... more
Ooredoo Oman has announced that it has successfully deployed a Massive MIMO trial for its ‘Home Broadband’ service. The test achieved showed that by using the appropriate customer-premises equipment (CPE),... more
Telekom Deutschland, the domestic fixed and mobile operating unit of Deutsche Telekom (DT), has enabled VDSL vectoring for a further 200,000 households, allowing it to offer customers in the upgraded... more
Algerie Telecom Satellite (ATS), a wholly owned subsidiary of state-backed Algerie Telecom, is preparing to widen its customer base by launching a triple-play broadband internet, telephony and television service for... more
ZTE has announced the completion of a project with A1 Slovenia (formerly Si.mobil) to deploy a Hybrid Access (HA) solution which allows the telco to implement LTE and DSL bonding,... more
Kazakhstani state-backed operator Kazakhtelecom will deploy a pilot 5G fixed-wireless network in Shymkent in 2018-2019 using the unlicensed 60GHz band, according to chairman Kuanyshbek Yesekeyev, quoted by Commercial 5G... more
Telecommunication Company of Iran (TCI) has signed separate wholesale network agreements with privately-owned ISPs, Mabna Telecom and AsiaTech, allowing its rivals to use its fibre infrastructure to deliver their own... more
Indonesian mobile operator XL Axiata, which is progressing plans to diversify into the high speed broadband market, says it will commercially launch a triple-play internet, pay-TV and voice telephony service... more
The management team of Jamaican 4G start-up Caricel has refuted allegations of its ‘delinquency’ in providing information about its proposed new majority shareholder, South African firm Involution Limited. In a... more
Remgro, the investment vehicle of South African billionaire Johann Rupert, is in advanced talks to buy fibre-optic provider Vumatel in a bid to consolidate the country’s broadband infrastructure industry, according... more