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Eurofins acquires Insite Security

Eurofins Digital Testing, a global player in end-to-end quality assurance and testing services, has acquired Insite Security, a specialist in information security services, to reinforce its portfolio of cybersecurity services…

FCC urged to hold on with C-band re-use

Cable and radio broadcasters are formally asking the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for “much more information” on the Intelsat, Intel and SES proposals to restructure some of their C-band bandwidth…

Telefónica speeds up FTTH deployment in LatAm

Spanish telco Telefónica has announced plans to intensify FTTH deployments in Latin America, replicating the Spanish model, during a meeting with investors in London. The head of Global Networks, Enrique…

NGMN Alliance aims to boost 5G success

NGMN Alliance aims to boost 5G success

Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN) has confirmed the launch of four new key projects to support the development and deployment of 5G networks. The projects – “Spectrum and deployment efficiencies”,…

Netflix billing boost for Virgin Media

Netflix billing boost for Virgin Media

Multiplay operator Virgin Media has further strengthened its longstanding partnership in the UK with Netflix. From October 2018, all new and existing Virgin TV customers who don’t yet have Netflix…

Com Hem sets Internet connection record

Com Hem sets Internet connection record

During the DreamHack Summer in Jönköping, Sweden, Com Hem has been providing Internet access of 1.6 Terabit per second, which Com Hem hopes is the fastest Internet connection ever measured…

Tru Optik OTT measurement & validation solution

Tru Optik, the audience intelligence and data-management platform across OTT and connected TV (CTV) has announced the full release of its Cross-Screen Audience Validation (CAV) service which provides de-duplicated household-level…

Ofcom: ‘Openreach separation broadly satisfactory’

Ofcom: ‘Openreach separation broadly satisfactory’

UK communications regulator Ofcom has published its first progress report on the legal separation of Openreach from its parent company BT. BT agreed in March 2017 to Ofcom’s requirements to…

Record attendance for ANGA COM

ANGA COM 2018 ended with a record of 21,700 participants and more than 500 exhibitors yesterday. This corresponds to a growth in the number of participants of 12 per cent…

‘Banned’ satellite Swarm seeks IoT permission

In January, a new company, US-based Swarm Technologies, launched 4 tiny satellites (‘Space Bees’) each barely larger than a slice of bread.  The FCC told Swarm in December last year…

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