Recent Interviews

After Hibernia, GTT adds another two acquisitions

13 Jul 2017

With Hibernia now fully integrated into GTT, CEO Rick Calder has added two more acquisitions, ahead of schedule. Alan Burkitt-Gray asks him about his growth strategy


Colombia will be ‘next big anchor point’ for Latam

11 Jul 2017

GlobeNet expects Colombia to follow Brazil as next focus for investment in Latin America, Rodolfo Lopez Stanic tells James Pearce


MainOne takes to data centres to stimulate sector

07 Jul 2017

Funke Opeke started by creating a company to build a new subsea cable. Then she realised that the west African market needs infrastructure and services, she tells Alan Burkitt-Gray


Behind the challenger scenes at Colt

06 Jul 2017

Colt Technology Services has undergone a significant transformation process over the past nine months. Jason McGee-Abe spoke to Tim Passingham, VP of its wholesale business, to find out how Colt executed this strategy in the build up to relaunching on 1 January, 2017

Recent Appointments

Equinix appoints president of strategy, services and innovation

25 Jul 2017

Company veteran Charles Meyers has been appointed to the newly created position of president of strategy, services and innovation at Equinix.


Cattaneo gets €25m to leave TIM after ‘major and extraordinary turnaround’

25 Jul 2017

Flavio Cattaneo has agreed compensation of €25 million in return for his resignation as CEO of TIM, despite the fact that many elements in the company did not want him to go.


Former GVT head likely to be named as MD of TIM as Catteneo negotiates exit terms

24 Jul 2017

The biggest shareholder in Telecom Italia wants to put Amos Genish, former CEO of Telefônica Brasil, in as managing director of the Italian operator, which trades as TIM.

Day in the Life

A life in the day of…Jesse Moore, managing director and co-founder, M-KOPA Solar
01 Jul 2015
Kenyans collectively spend more than $1 billion each year on off-grid energy substitutes; kerosene fuel for lighting, for example. That is, until October 2012 when Jesse Moore and his team launched M-KOPA Solar; a ‘pay-per-use’ solar system and mobile payment service created to effectively make solar energy the cheapest power option.