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Nokia and Ericsson set to drive Telefonicas 5G push across Spain

2020-09-10 02:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

At the start of September, Telefonica commercially launched its 5G network in Spain, with executive chairman José María Álvarez-Pallete calling the move “a leap forward towards the hyperconnectivity that will change the future of Spain.”   At the time…read more on TotalTele.com »

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Is Amazon eyeing a $20 billion stake in Reliance Industries?

2020-09-10 02:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

The the impact of the coronavirus slowly becoming apparent on the world’s economies, but that has not stopped Mukesha Ambani’s Reliance Industries seeing huge investments take place in recent months. Facebook and Google are among a slew of companies which have made major investments…read more on TotalTele.com »

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Dutch Fixed Telephony 2020-Q2

2020-09-09 17:11:50| Telecompaper Reports

This report analyses developments in the Dutch mass market (consumer & SOHO) for fixed telephony in the second quarter of 2020, and compares the findings with previous quarters. The analysis is based on Telecompaper's continuous research into the development of the Dutch communication services market. The focus is on KPN as the only national fixed network operator as well as VoIP provider via fibre or DSL networks and the VoIP services provided by cable network operators (Ziggo, Delta, Caiway) and DSL network operators (Online.nl, Tele2, T-Mobile) as well as via fibre networks (Caiway,Online.nl, Tele2, T-Mobile).

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Dutch Mobile Operators 2020-Q2

2020-09-09 15:11:46| Telecompaper Reports

This latest report from Telecompaper's continued research into developments in the Dutch communication services market looks at the leading Dutch mobile network operators: KPN, Vodafone, T-Mobile/Tele2 and the MVNO market. It analyses second quarter 2020 results, both revenue and subscriber base, and compares the findings with results in the previous quarters and year. The report provides splits at different levels, from postpaid to prepaid but also from a network operator to retail point of view. Additionally it also includes a five-year forecast (both network operator service revenue and mobile SIMs) for the Dutch market.

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Google releases Android 11 with new messaging, smart device, security features

2020-09-09 09:17:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Google has released the final version of Android 11. The new operating system rolls out first to the company's own Pixel smartphones, and phones from OnePlus, Oppo, Realme and Xiaomi will be the next to receive the update. The first new models to launch with Android 11 are expected to appear on the market before the end of the year. 

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Apple announces media event for 15 September

2020-09-09 08:43:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Apple has sent out a media invite for a virtual product launch planned for 15 September. No further details were provided, but the company is expected to present a range of new products, including an iPad, Apple Watch and HomePod speaker. The new series of iPhones has been delayed to October.

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FCC estimates cost of removing Chinese equipment at $1.8bn

2020-09-09 02:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

In recent months, aggressive campaigning by the Trump administration against Chinese telecoms companies, in particular Huawei, have begun to bear fruit on a major scale. The latest round of sanctions against Huawei has decimated the vendor’s semiconductor supply chain, severing their access to US chip technology.   For some countries around the world, this was the straw that broke the camel&rsquo…read more on TotalTele.com »

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UK faces 18.2bn hit to the economy and loss of 5G leadership position

2020-09-09 02:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

The new report, commissioned by Huawei, builds upon the Government’s own expectation of a 3-year delay to 5G roll-out. The removal of Huawei equipment sooner than 2027 would lead to a further delay to roll-out and higher cost to the UK economy.   In the last 12 months, the UK mobile operators have made significant progress in deploying 5G infrastructure…read more on TotalTele.com »

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Three steps to launching your multicloud strategy

2020-09-09 01:45:45| The Webmail Blog

Three steps to launching your multicloud strategy nellmarie.colman Tue, 09/08/2020 - 18:45   Whether by design or by default, most businesses today rely on multiple clouds. Theyre extending beyond their on-premises data center environments and adopting private clouds, hyperscale public clouds, cloud-based SaaS applications and even colocation environments. The end result is a unique multicloud environment. Ideally, your multicloud is custom designed to meet your businesss specific needs. But without a multicloud strategy, its more likely to be a jumble of technologies that can quickly grow out of your control leading to overspending and security vulnerabilities. No matter where you are on your multicloud journey, its not too late to take a strategic approach. Done right, you can still reap all the benefits of the multicloud. You can be one of the 75% of midsize and large organizations who are expected to adopt a multicloud strategy by 2021. So, where should you start? We recommend three steps:   Step 1: Establish your goals When developing your multicloud strategy, its important to focus on the ultimate problem your business needs to resolve. Perhaps you need to deliver superior customer experiences, or accelerate delivery of products and services, or keep prices low. Whatever your target business outcome is, keep it front-and-center throughout the process.   Step 2: Know your current state Next, its time to thoroughly assess your existing environment. Everything from your in-house capabilities, processes, technology and toolsets, to even your culture its all worth looking at. You should also make note of interdependencies among applications, your current and projected TCO, and opportunities for system modernization and architecture improvement. (This may sound daunting, and it can be. But we have experts who can help you fully assess your current environment.)   Step 3: Find the right home for each workload Now that you know where you are, and where you want to be, its time to start sketching out possible paths to get there. And that means looking at each workload and identifying where it should live whether it should stay in your on-premises data center, be replaced with a SaaS solution, move to a public cloud or a private cloud, or perhaps be retired altogether. The best way to do this is with a Cloud Decision Management Process (CDMP) which involves using a decision-tree (yes/no) approach to match each workload to its best-fit platform. Weve outlined the CDMP process for you over on the Rackspace Technology Technical Blog, where we discuss workload filtering, filtering questions and platform evaluation criteria, as well as key dependences and best practices.     Take your next step toward multicloud success Interested in diving deeper into multicloud strategy? Check out our 2020 Cloud Strategy Workbook, which walks you through five critical elements to your cloud strategy and provides access to templates and examples that can guide you on your journey.   Three steps to launching your multicloud strategyJump-start your multicloud strategy and discover how a Cloud Decision Management Process can organize the process. Start planning your multicloud strategy./lp/2020-cloud-strategy-workbookDownload workbook Managed Multi-CloudProfessional ServicesCloud InsightsWilfred WahThree steps to launching your multicloud strategySeptember 8, 2020

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Deutsche Telekom names former Proximus CEO Leroy head of Europe

2020-09-08 17:05:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Deutsche Telekom announced that the former CEO of Proximus, Dominique Leroy, will be the new board member for Deutsche Telekom's Europe segment, effective 01 November. Leroy succeeds Srini Gopalan, who was earlier named the new head of the German segment of the business. 

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