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MEF (Metro Ethernet Forum) has unveiled a new global services framework aimed at defining, delivering and certifying orchestrated services across automated networks
The Indian mobile business is looking like an Agatha Christie murder story. In 2014 there were 13 operators in the business in India, from Bharti Airtel with 22.53% of the market down to Quadrant with 0.24%. Soon there’ll be four or five.
The Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (Berec) has identified enabling 5G connectivity as a key priority for 2018, according to its incoming chairperson.
Ruth Kennedy is a natural problem- solver and, as TalkTalk Business’s director of business solutions, is ultimately charged with delivering the best possible packages to its direct customers and channel partners.
OTTs such as Facebook and Amazon have changed the dynamic of the subsea industry, a key topic for attendees at the first Subsea Connect Americas conference in Florida.
Would you be able to pay a fine that’s 4% of your global group turnover? Europe’s new data protection rules are important for service providers across the world, writes Alan Burkitt-Gray
Advances in technology mean the cable landing station is being outmoded. But what are the risks and what is driving this change? By Natalie Bannerman
As shopping activity surges at this time of year, what is the impact on carrier security? Gareth Willmer looks at the issues
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted to repeal the Obama-era net neutrality rules in a 3-2 vote across party lines.
With a number of subsea cable projects announced in 2017, capacity looks at some of the most innovative ones in the pipeline
Cloud and IoT-based DDoS attacks are unmatched in their scale, sophistication, and in the damage they cause. A new generation of multi-dimensional analytics and router silicon is being recruited to eradicate this threat.