TM Forum & Jio inaugurate first Innovation Hub in Mumbai
TM Forum and Jio unveil first Innovation Hub in Mumbai, set to expedite growth in the telecom and tech industry.
Amelia named as leading AI provider in Everest Group AI Top 50
Amelia, a leading AI software company, has been recognised as a top AI provider in the inaugural Everest Group AI Top 50.
Telecom firms' 3G phase-out faces security challenges, says Thales report
Security threats pose significant challenges to the 3G phase-out plans by leading telecom companies in Australia and New Zealand, says Thales.
etisalat by e& standardises on Red Hat technologies for network and IT overhaul
Etisalat by e& plans to standardise on Red Hat technologies for its network and IT, aiming for greater efficiency and innovation.
Singtel launches Singtel CUB: Transforming enterprise networks
Singtel's CUB offers cutting-edge network connectivity that helps businesses optimize operations and trim expenses.
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise joins forces with ASN Telecom
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise has partnered with Telecom to improve connectivity in Australia’s property developments.
Telecom dispute surge: Key findings from 2023 TDR report
TDR's 2023 report reveals record surge in telecom disputes, with 3725 people seeking help—a 64% jump from 2022.
Huawei obtains security certification for smart device OSs
Huawei has been awarded the highest security level available in the field of general-purpose operating system (OS) kernels.
Why should businesses care about the PSTN/ISDN switch-off?
Investing in a solution that can support your telecommunication requirements both now and in the future is crucial.
Telecom network infrastructure market expected to reach $176bn by 2033
The market is expanding due to the construction of more network towers, improved connectivity, and the reorganisation of telecom solutions.
Verizon Business introduces global IoT eSIM platform
Verizon Business launches a global wireless IoT platform for cross-border deployment and management of IoT devices using eSIM and roaming with MNO partners.
Nokia and Red Hat combine expertise in new partnership
Nokia and Red Hat partner to develop new telecommunications solutions based on the combination of infrastructure and network.
Sustainability boosts telecoms profits, GSMA report shows
The report, produced in partnership with Huawei, shows that telecom operators can boost their financial bottom line by investing in greener technologies.
Huawei’s 5G Business Dialogue Salon aims to promote 5G tech
At Huawei’s 5G Business Dialogue Salon, an idea exchange platform for global carriers, discussions centred around promoting and upgrading the 5G industry.
Spark prepares to unveil satellite-to-mobile service
Spark announced it will provide a satellite-to-mobile service for Spark mobile customers, with a trial set to launch as early as the end of the year.
Australia’s telcos maintain record-low complaint rates
Australia's telcos have maintained record-low complaint rates, according to the latest Complaints-in-Context Report released by the Communications Alliance.
CCS accepts Abzorb in its mobile voice and data framework
The agreement will offer public sector customers a simplified process to procure and manage mobile voice and data services.
Global 5G RAN market exhibiting robust growth - report
Strategic investments in the telecom sector help governments harness the potential to create employment and drive the economic growth of countries.
Dell and Wind River transform telecom cloud deployments
Dell’s industry-first co-engineered solution with Wind River speeds the adoption of open, cloud-native network technologies.
Chorus enhances West Coast infrastructure for upgraded telecoms
Chorus has announced the completion of a 250km infrastructure project set to provide the West Coast with upgraded and enhanced telecommunications.
2degrees partners with Umbrellar and Microsoft for cloud solutions
2degrees partners with Microsoft and Umbrellar to launch Cloud Navigator, delivering streamlined cloud services for Kiwi businesses.
Chorus appoints Programmed as new caretaker for NZ sites
Programmed wins multi-million dollar contract to maintain Chorus' property portfolio in New Zealand, creating over 100 jobs.
Copper cabinet phase out to start for Chorus mid-March
Copper cabinets are soon to be a thing of the past for many Kiwis, with Chorus announcing it will switch off its first copper cabinets in mid-March.
Telecom’s crucial role in enabling digital experiences: What’s next?
Telcos need to focus on the human experience, not just customer experience, to drive innovation and loyalty in the digital age.