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Twinkle, twinkle little LEO sat

Low Earth orbit satellites are taking over and will become an integral part of the world’s telecoms infrastructure, with 50,000 of them by the end of the decade, writes Alan Burkitt-Gray

01 December 2021 | Alan Burkitt-Gray


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    A connection of sport

    14 December 2021 | Melanie Mingas

    Next generation networks are tipped to transform industry and gaming – but when it comes to sport, 5G, private networks and enhanced broadcasting tech are creating new business cases for network operators. Melanie Mingas explains why it’s a match made in heaven

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    A day in the life of Shivani Sondhi, innovation manager, Tomorrow Street

    02 December 2021 | Natalie Bannerman

    Formed in 2017 as a joint venture between Vodafone and Technoport, Luxembourg’s “technology incubator”, Tomorrow Street is a start-up accelerator focused on leading-edge technologies, through partnering with scale-ups and growing their technology across the Vodafone ecosystem.

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    A quantum of disruption

    01 December 2021 | Alan Burkitt-Gray

    The security that the internet has relied on for decades is broken. Fortunately, the cavalry, in the form of quantum keys, is riding to the rescue, writes Alan Burkitt-Gray

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    Carbon in construction comes to the forefront

    30 November 2021 | Saf Malik

    Sustainability is often a focused on operations, but what if construction could be greener, too? Saf Malik reports

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    Asia and the rising subsea levels

    30 November 2021 | Natalie Bannerman

    The Asian subsea cable sector has been abuzz with conversation. According to some regional players, the subsea transit prices are increasing, depending of course on the route in question.

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    Huawei pivots as scrutiny reshapes business

    29 November 2021 | Saf Malik

    Blocked from a growing number of telecoms networks, Huawei is changing its business model to focus on new revenue streams. Saf Malik reports.