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Vodafone consumer IoT this year

Vodafone has committed to launching consumer IoT this autumn, with the solution being trialled by the Group’s CEO Vittorio Colao as its Q1 results were revealed. The operator first promised…

Italy ends Q1 with 16m fixed broadband lines

The number of fixed broadband lines in Italy with speeds higher than 10 Mbps has surpassed 16 million units (+770,000 year-on-year) in the first quarter of 2017. Data from the…

Orange hits TF1 with legal action

French telco Orange has started legal action against broadcaster TF1 alleging an abuse of dominant power. The dispute is believed to focus on a long-running carriage fee dispute between the…

ASA bans Sky broadband ad as Virgin complain

Sky has had a broadband TV commercial banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) following a complaint from Virgin Media. The commercial featured the cast from animated movie The Secret…

India’s GTPL deploys Harmonic’s Electra X2

Harmonic, a specialist in video delivery infrastructure, has announced that GTPL, India’s leading digital cable TV distribution company, which reaches an estimate of more than 8 million households in more…

Research: Pay-TV piracy in 11.8m LatAm homes

According to research from consultancy firm Dataxis, pay-TV piracy reached 7 per cent of TV households in Latin America, with 11.8 million consumers. Dataxis suggests total illegal access to pay-TV…

Strong opposition for SpaceX ‘super-constellation’

Rocket company SpaceX wants to build a super-constellation of 4425 mini-satellites to girdle the planet and provide extra broadband bandwidth for billions of new, or under-served, consumers. But the company,…

Canada: TELUS selects Mediamorph

Mediamorph has been selected to automate contract management and programmer fee calculations while delivering enhanced flexibility and control of packaging models by Canadian telco TELUS – which has 12.7 million…

BT Openreach turns to fibre?

Clive Selley, Openreach CEO, has said 10 million UK premises could access fibre by the mid-2020s. Selley has shifted the company towards FTTP since taking over last year, made the…

Sandvine, Procera to merge in C$562m deal

Network policy control solutions provider Sandvine has entered into an arrangement agreement with PNI Canada Acquireco Corp, an affiliate of Francisco Partners and subscriber and network intelligence provider Procera Networks…

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