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T-Mobile and Sprint merger could cost 30,000 jobs in the US

2019-02-15 01:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

The proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint could result in as many as 30,000 job losses, according to the leader of America's biggest telecoms union.   Speaking to the House of Representative's Subcommittee on Communications and Technology…read more on TotalTele.com »

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Country Broadband to rollout 30,000 FTTH connections in rural England

2019-02-14 01:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

Rural broadband specialists, Country Broadband, has announced plans to proceed with a fibre to the home (FTTH) rollout programme, following a £46m million investment from Aviva Investors. "Since securing the investment, we have been identifying target areas…read more on TotalTele.com »

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Could data security fears over second-hand devices be blocking a $52bn opportunity for telcos?

2019-02-14 01:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

The global market in second hand smartphone handsets could be worth as much as $52.7 billion by the year 2022, according to a report by IDC.  However, new research published by the Blancco Technology Group shows that fears over data security could be preventing consumers from trading in their own devices…read more on TotalTele.com »

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Podcast: Britain's battle for full fibre broadband

2019-02-14 01:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

The British government has said that the UK requires 15 million fibre to the home (FTTH) connections by the mid-2020s in order to safeguard its digital economy in the post-Brexit era. However, with FTTH penetration levels hovering around the 5 per cent mark…read more on TotalTele.com »

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Port of Marseille steps up digitalisation with launch of new cable landing solution

2019-02-13 01:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

The Port of Marseille has announced that it will construct a new subsea cable landing infrastructure, providing a plug and play interface for subsea cables arriving in the French port city. The first stage of the new infrastructure will be ready for service in the third quarter of 2019…read more on TotalTele.com »

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