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Veon starts $8m Pakistan data centre for new cloud plan

Jazz, the Pakistani offshoot of the Veon telecoms group, has started a 300-rack data centre in the country’s capital, Islamabad.

23h | Alan Burkitt-Gray



A connection of sport

14 December 2021 | Melanie Mingas


Asia and the rising subsea levels

30 November 2021 | Natalie Bannerman


Huawei pivots as scrutiny reshapes business

29 November 2021 | Saf Malik

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Connected enterprises – B2B opportunities for CSPs

CSPs have traditionally focused on improving B2C customer journeys online and in retail outlets. There is opportunity in digitally empowering the enterprise customer segment, both large enterprises and SMBs, by facilitating B2B digital commerce, using the power of 5G, IoT and open APIs to forge new digital ecosystems. CSPs can become true digital enablers and system integrators, offering their core assets in an as-a-service model to enterprise customers, using a platform approach. In this webinar, we discuss connected enterprises and the role of integration to: 1. Enhance your customer experience journeys by containerizing & cloud-enabling legacy backend assets (Part 1) 2. Create new revenue opportunities by digitally empowering enterprise customers and SMBs (Part 2)

17h | Karthik T S - Head - Centre of Excellence at Torry Harris Integration Solutions and Stephen Reidy – CIO, Three Ireland


The Mexican phenomenon: a new era of data explosion

10 November 2021 | Gloria Palavicini Deputy Sales Director and Leonardo Antopia Chief Commercial Officer; Neutral Networks


Spotlight on Dubai - MENA Regional Business & Interconnection Hub

03 November 2021 | Capacity Media, Equinix, datamena