TMUS joins Airbus, Amazon, Intel and others on federal Remote ID protocol development.
ElevenPaths agreed a “strategic collaboration” with Chronicle, Google Cloud’s cybersecurity solutions subsidiary.
Telefónica has been collaborating with Ericsson, SK Telecom (SKT), and Telecom Italia on the GSM Association’s new “Quantum Computing, Networking and Security” project since early‑March 2020.
Aerial Direct, which describes itself as the largest direct business partner of Telefónica UK (O2 UK), admitted to a major data breach in February 2020.
VfUK launched Vodafone Cyber Enhanced, a new product for enterprise customers in critical infrastructure industries.
Enterprise is following in the footsteps of BT Global with close links to Cisco for its nascent intelligent networking solutions portfolio.
BT and Ericsson confirm converged network core deal; de-Huaweisation continues.
Attempt to kick out Huawei from UK infrastructure within three years fails to secure backing of Commons. Government considering tougher demands on HRVs to head off rebels, who are expected to return with reinforcements in the summer. Ex‑BT Chairman now lending his gravitas to Huawei as a senior advisor ...
CEO gets a two‑year extension as results hold up during overhaul. Deal positions 2022 as target year for emergence of revamped T‑Sys. Cash flow production remains the big unticked box. DT confirms coming extraction of division’s network activities.
Digital services revenue hits 17% revenue increase year-on-year, with the bulk coming from video services. Telefónica Infra remains barebones, but the future looks promising.
Movistar Prosegur Alarmas JV started operations in March 2020. Prosegur becomes minor Telefónica Group shareholder as part of transaction.
AT&T, Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel), and Telefónica partnered on sharing of cybersecurity threat data.
Massachusetts, US-based vendor tapping into themes of cloud infrastructure, cost efficiency, and churn reduction. Lightening of product portfolio, through disaggregation, enabling expansion into new use-cases around security, CX, bid data, and enterprise IoT. Cost-conscious Vodafone an early mover on shift away from integrated hardware/software.
Industry looks set to be given three years to firewall Huawei, with potential 35% cap on High Risk Vendors. O2’s longstanding links with Ericsson and Nokia mean operating business avoids costly replacement programmes that major rivals must implement. Security officials position the decision as largely a clarification and formalisation ...
Digital Consumer services arguably a secondary consideration in a unit dominated by executives with an innovation or entrepreneurial bent. Previously-launched Digital Home solutions and added-value services may get a burst of management attention in the early days of the unit.