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Cellwize raises $32M to help carriers and their partners adopt and run 5G services

Cellwize raises M to help carriers and their partners adopt and run 5G services As 5G slowly moves from being a theoretical to an active part of the coverage map for the mobile industry — if not for consumers themselves — companies that are helping carriers make the migration less painful and less costly are […]

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FCC declares Huawei, ZTE ‘national security threats’

FCC declares Huawei, ZTE ‘national security threats’ The Federal Communication Commission has declared Chinese telecom giants Huawei and ZTE “national security threats,” a move that will formally ban U.S. telecom companies from using federal funds to buy and install Huawei and ZTE equipment. FCC chairman Ajit Pai said that the “weight of evidence” supported the […]

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Liberty’s Virgin Media and Telefonica’s O2 to merge in the UK in $39B deal

Liberty’s Virgin Media and Telefonica’s O2 to merge in the UK in B deal The regulators said “NO” when Telefonica tried to combine its O2 operations in the UK with rival carrier, Hutchison-owned Three, back in 2015. But Telefonica didn’t let go of the idea of divestment, and five years later, in the middle of […]

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The House and Senate finally agree on something: Robocalls

The House and Senate finally agree on something: Robocalls In these times of political strife, it’s nice that despite our differences we can still band together as a nation in the face of a catastrophe that affects us all equally. I speak, of course, of robocalls, and it seems that the House and Senate have […]

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FCC’s broadband deployment report called ‘fundamentally at odds with reality’

FCC’s broadband deployment report called ‘fundamentally at odds with reality’ The FCC has officially issued this year’s Broadband Deployment Report, summarizing the extent to which the agency and industry have closed the digital divide in this country. But not everyone agrees with it: “The rosy picture the report paints about the status of broadband deployment […]

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Bringing internet to the masses and investing in telecoms at Startup Battlefield Africa

Bringing internet to the masses and investing in telecoms at Startup Battlefield Africa Despite a year-end goal of 30 percent broadband internet penetration in Nigeria, the country is unlikely to hit that target. As of 2017, internet penetration in Nigeria was at 22 percent — among the lowest in the world, according to the ICT […]

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Europe to cap intra-EU call fees as part of overhaul to telecoms rules

Europe to cap intra-EU call fees as part of overhaul to telecoms rules European Union institutions have reached a political agreement over an update to the bloc’s telecoms rules that’s rattled the cages of incumbent telcos. Agreement was secured late yesterday after months of negotiations between the EU parliament and Council, with the former pushing […]

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Teralytics wants to tap telcos’ big data to help cities get smarter about Uber and Lyft

Teralytics wants to tap telcos’ big data to help cities get smarter about Uber and Lyft  Teralytics’s big data analytics platform is targeting government agencies and transport companies wanting to understand complex problems relating to human mobility — from how to relieve transport pressure points to monitoring urban air quality without the need for CO2 sensors. […]

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Microsoft Is Right: We Need a Digital Geneva Convention

Microsoft Is Right: We Need a Digital Geneva Convention Opinion: Just as nations have collaborated on rules of war, today tech companies can team up to stop cyber attacks. The post Microsoft Is Right: We Need a Digital Geneva Convention appeared first on WIRED. Source: {$feed_title) Microsoft Is Right: We Need a Digital Geneva Convention

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