Rogers Communications announced that it will launch commercial LTE in Ottawa this summer.
NTT Communications has disclosed the impact on its business of the recent earthquake and tsunami which hit Japan on March 11 2011.
A two-year-long legal struggle in Canada, largely hinging on the interpretation of Canadian competition laws, has finally been found in favour of WIND Mobile.
AT&T is the first foreign operator to secure a Multimedia Services Operator (MSO) licence in Indonesia.
Telekom Austria has announced the purchase of a 100% stake in cable operator B.net for €93 million, through its Croatian subsidiary Vipnet.
For World IPv6 Day, we will be providing you with updates on how different businesses are taking part during this 24 hour ‘test-flight’ of IPv6.
Following weeks of speculation, the Greek government has finalised plans to sell a 10% stake in the national incumbent OTE to Deutsche Telekom.
Qatar’s incumbent operator Qtel’s has announced that it will close down its Qtel Virgin Mobile branded services (VMS).
Telecom Italia and Huawei have signed a long-term agreement to research and develop new technologies.
Level 3 is extending its relationship with Etisalat by connecting it to several European cities and providing IP transit services and high-speed IP.
Major telcos such as Telefónica and CenturyLink have announced participation at World IPv6 Day which will be held later this week.
AT&T is set to buy stakes in two wireless operations from Convergys for approximately $320 million in cash.
Rogers Communications has announced plans to invest $81.7 million (CAD $80 million) in its wireless network in the Maritime region on the east coast of Canada.