Vivo forms partnership with Nokia to implement previously agreed LTE network at Vale mine. Nokia said the plan is to migrate the network to 5G in future.
T‑Sys reborn again as operational rejig completed. COVID‑19 and cloud aggregation dominate in new products and projects.
Three more years of regulation for wholesale pay‑TV, but some payphone obligation relief; back to work plans in place post‑lockdown.
Vendor licensing costs and proprietary hardware acting as a brake on widespread SD‑WAN uptake, but more compelling IoT economics bringing DyNS to factory floors. BT partnership with Dell spotlighted as an enabler of BT progress in expanding its portfolio. IoT expected to help drive 5G investment through reliable, low‑latency ...
Vivo Empresas forms partnership with bioenergy producer UISA.
Höttges continues internationalisation of management by shifting Gopalan to head Telekom Deutschland.
Deutsche Telekomwatch roundup — June 2020 Source: Deutsche Telekomwatch #94 Group Partnerships MobiledgeX, Deutsche Telekom’s edge computing platform spin‑out, unveiled what it called a “demand‑side” initiative, branded Seamster. The aim, said MobiledgeX, was to capture and model enterprise use‑cases surrounding 5G and edge computing, and accelerate ...