All the latest insight, news and analysis on telecoms partnerships and alliances including BT, Deutsche Telekom, Telefónica and Vodafone.
Speaking at DSP Leaders event, SVP Juan Carlos Garcia Lopez says Telefónica is placing collaboration at the forefront of its API strategy to avoid past industry traps.
Nicolas Roy says industry needs to do its own homework and implement digital processes. “Tight link” between TowerCos and MNOs underpinned by offer of more specific site solutions.
Deal with Airbus sees operator extend efforts to develop 5G use-cases across home market verticals. Contract involves joint development of 5G SA-based solutions for Spanish armed forces, including “tactical clouds”, over next five years.
RPA specialist beds down further in Deutsche Telekom Group. UiPath AI and RPA capabilities now hosted in Open Telekom Cloud.
Platform switch at operator’s connected alarm and monitor venture with Prosegur reflects fresh focus on driving up service profitability.
BT extends partnership with IT simplification ally to provide Business services.
Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub is looking to build the Group’s fibre assets beyond South Africa once CIVH deal is closed.
NetCologne to offer services over Deutsche Glasfaser’s fibre network in certain areas of Germany.
Group blames its own vectoring success for low utilisation of FTTP networks. Reveals German FTTP customer numbers for the first time.
Vodafone has entered a “strategic relationship” with its largest shareholder.
Living Lab platform combines with data exchange initiative from German Mechanical and plant Engineering Association to explore future potential of factory floor production.
Group CTO cites need for ‘horizontal’ platform, elimination of silos. Calls on more operators to join Project Sylva initiative. Telus counterpart calls 5G NSA one of industry’s “biggest travesties”, with all complicit.
New IoT-driven venture will combine the Japanese conglomerate’s investment with the operator’s Digital Asset Broker platform to develop services for the automotive industry.