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The Digital Digest: Europe's regulatory hurdles; Arqit's billion-dollar target; the cloud cover forecast for telecoms; and why Princeton is taking on Tokyo

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Season 2, episode 22 is presented by editor Melanie Mingas, and features editor-at-large Alan Burkitt-Gray and deputy editor Natalie Bannerman.

In this episode of the Digital Digest, we roundup the biggest stories of the week from mass cloud migration to the quantum-based telecoms encryption service eyeing a billion-dollar valuation.

Natalie covers the news that major telco leaders in Europe are calling for regulatory change and BICS is tackling robocalls. Down under, Telstra has raised AU$2.8 billion in the part sale of its tower business and at the edge Google Cloud and Ericsson are jointly developing CSP solutions.

In other cloud news, Alan talks about AT&T's latest sale, as well as the other telcos announcing migrations this week.

In the weekly wrap of all things quantum, there's big news from the Quantum Loophole camp and quantum encryption start-up Arqit has a $1.4 billion valuation target for the end of August.

In data centres, Natalie shares the details on Princeton's $1 billion Tokyo project; Telehouse's Marseille PoP. and Teraco's ACE interconnection upgrades.



Season 2, episode 22 is presented by editor Melanie Mingas, and features editor-at-large Alan Burkitt-Gray and deputy editor Natalie Bannerman.

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