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  • CaaS now live for all your connectivity needs in France

     Antoine Fournier, CEO of Kosc Telecom, the French wholesale-only CaaS provider, talks to Capacity about how Connectivity as a Service (CaaS) is the future of our telecom industry

  • Telenor unveils Nordic hub with gender balanced management

    Telenor has announced the launch of a new Nordic Hub, intended to drive its growth across the 5G, IoT and SME business segments and with a management board that is 43% female – part of an extensive management shakeup.

  • New legislation backs operators on unresponsive landlords

    New legislation in the UK could see networks operators allowed access to multi-let residential properties to prevent unresponsive landlords from delaying connectivity projects.

  • Bharti Telecom to sell $1bn stake in Airtel

    Bharti Telecom, parent company of Bharti Airtel (Airtel), has announced plans to sell a $1 billion stake in Airtel.

  • SES to clear C-Band spectrum in line with FCC objectives

    SES has confirmed its intention to clear a portion of its C-band spectrum in the US, in line with the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) order published in April.

  • ZTE and China Unicom announce 6G collaboration

    ZTE and China Unicom are to collaborate on 6G technological innovation and standards while “actively promoting the in-depth integration” of 6G with satellite networks, IoT, the Internet of Vehicles, and the Industrial IoT.

  • TIM acquisition paves the way for cloud spin off

    Telecom Italia (TIM) is to expand its public, private and hybrid cloud services as it prepares to launch a newco dedicated to cloud and edge computing services.

  • Smart grid powered by 5G SA based network slicing/Building an Autonomous Driving

    As a typical example of the vertical industry, smart grid poses new challenges to communications networks. This session will look at the diversity of power grid services and the requirement for a flexible and orchestrated networks that are highly reliable and require isolated networks, and millisecond-level ultra-low latency requirement networks with optimal capabilities.

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