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Friday Network News: July 22
22 Jul 2011

Here is our latest offering of network news. If you have network developments you’d like us to share please email or tweet us @capacitymag.

BT must cut its wholesale broadband price, says Ofcom
21 Jul 2011

Ofcom, the UK telecoms regulator, has declared BT must cut the price of its flagship wholesale product to incentivise competition in the market and promote increased internet access in rural areas.

UAE operators to compete for fixed-line services
21 Jul 2011

The United Arab Emirates’ two telecoms operators, Etisalat and du, will begin competing for fixed-line subscribers in broadband and voice by the end of this year following a fixed-line network sharing trial.

Golan gains 3G licence in Israel
20 Jul 2011

Golan Telecom has won a 3G licence in Israel after the Israeli Ministry of Communications (MoC) disqualified Select Communications.

Ciena to deploy 100G in Romania
19 Jul 2011

Ciena has announced plans to deploy a 100G Ethernet network in Romania, which it claims is the first of its kind in eastern Europe.

US and UK see Colombia’s potential
19 Jul 2011

Telcos on both sides of the Atlantic are looking to buy into the ever expanding Colombian market. US tower company, American Tower, is buying cell towers in the region while UK operator, Virgin Mobile, will become the next MVNO to enter the market.

China ramps up network infrastructure
17 Jul 2011

A number of recent deals and network expansions by Chinese operators look set to help radically modernise China’s telecoms landscape.

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