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Friday Network News: February 10
10 Feb 2012

Capacity brings you the latest network news. If you have network developments you’d like us to share, please email robert.anderson@capacitymedia.com or tweet us @capacitymag.

Indian 2G scandal claims Batelco
09 Feb 2012

Batelco has become the first international operator to consider leaving the Indian market in the wake of the country’s 2G licence scandal.

P&T Luxembourg partner with Alcatel-Lucent
09 Feb 2012

Alcatel-Lucent is to deploy ultra-fast broadband in yet another country after signing a deal with P&T Luxembourg to provide access throughout the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

PTC announces 2012 election results
08 Feb 2012

The Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC), a membership organisation for telecoms specialists with interests in the Asia-Pacific region, has announced the election of its board of governors and advisory council officers for 2012. The officers were elected in January 2012 at PTC’s annual conference, which took place in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Verizon and BT partner for video conferencing solutions
08 Feb 2012

With a flurry of activity occurring in the telepresence space over the past month, global operators Verizon and BT have also partnered to extend the reach of face-to-face collaboration to reach more locations around the world.

Hong Kong 2.3GHz spectrum auction
07 Feb 2012

Hong Kong telecom regulator OFTA was led to conduct the spectrum auction due to a huge surge in mobile data usage in the area.

PMB plans further data centres
06 Feb 2012

Following the announcement last week of its plans to launch a £35 million data centre project in Milton Keynes, UK, PMB Holdings director of investment and development, Ed Jones, told Capacity that the company is planning further expansion in the industry.

UK internet economy worth £82 billion
06 Feb 2012

The UK internet economy is now worth almost 6% of the country’s gross domestic product, according to a report by consultancy firm AT Kearney.

BT speeds up fibre deployment
03 Feb 2012

Telecoms giant BT has confirmed today it plans to roll out fibre-optic broadband with speeds of up to 300Mbps to UK homes and businesses as early as next year.

Friday Network News: February 3
03 Feb 2012

Capacity brings you the latest network news. If you have network developments you’d like us to share, please email robert.anderson@capacitymedia.com or tweet us @capacitymag.

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