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UK action on rural mobile ‘not spots’

UK action on rural mobile ‘not spots’

The UK government is proposing law changes to boost ongoing efforts to improve connectivity for people who live, work and travel in rural areas. The reforms will remove one of…

Verizon starts C-Band equipment deployment

Verizon starts C-Band equipment deployment

US multiplay telco Verizon recently began installation of C-band equipment from Ericsson and Samsung Electronics to speed deployment of its 5G Ultra Wideband and fixed wireless broadband service on its…

Sky opens retail store in Gateshead

Sky opens retail store in Gateshead

Sky has opened a new retail store in the Metrocentre Gateshead, in the northwest of England. The new retail concept, which will open its doors today (April 19th), brings together…

Matchroom launches mobile apps with StreamAMG

Matchroom launches mobile apps with StreamAMG

Matchroom has expanded the Matchroom Live streaming service with the launch of dedicated mobile apps. The native iOS and Android apps, developed by OTT agency StreamAMG, are available to download…

discover.film on Samsung Galaxy mobiles

discover.film on Samsung Galaxy mobiles

discover.film has announced that its short form movies and entertainment are now available through the Samsung TV Plus mobile app. Acclaimed short movies and series featuring Hollywood stars and emerging…

Liberty Global selects Teleste’s Distributed Access solution

Liberty Global selects Teleste’s Distributed Access solution

Teleste has announced that Liberty Global will trial Teleste’s Distributed Access Architecture to support its GIGAbit network, meaning customers will benefit from increased reliability and capacity thanks to the new…

CMA provisionally clears Virgin/O2 merger

CMA provisionally clears Virgin/O2 merger

The UK’s Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) has provisionally cleared the proposed merger of Virgin Media and Virgin Mobile with O2. Both Virgin and O2 provide certain wholesale services to…

Sofy.TV begins European roll out on Samsung TV Plus

Sofy.TV begins European roll out on Samsung TV Plus

AI assisted film-making company, Largo.ai, has announced the launch of its F.A.S.T TV channel, Sofy.tv, on Galaxy smartphones and tablets in the UK and Germany as part of Samsung TV Plus’s…

Spanish telcos criticise TV tax regime

Spanish telcos criticise TV tax regime

During the Wake Up! Spain forum, Orange and Vodafone, the second and the third telco operators in the country, have asked the Administration to clarify the 5G regulation, reduce the…

Verizon signs C-band tower deals

Verizon signs C-band tower deals

US multiplay telco Verizon has agreed deals with Crown Castle and SBA, two tower companies already hosting Verizon infrastructure equipment, to speed deployment of C-band equipment in preparation for the…

Norigin Media chosen for EU Commission 5GMediaHUB

Norigin Media chosen for EU Commission 5GMediaHUB

Norwegian TV streaming technology company Norigin Media has been chosen as part of the 5GMediaHUB Consortium, alongside Telenor and NTNU from Norway and other European companies. The project’s goal is…

Report: Satellite backhaul worth $25bn annually by 2030

NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 15th Edition report, forecasts $25 billion (€21bn) in annual revenue in 2030 for satellite backhaul, propelled by explosive connectivity demand worldwide and post-Covid-19 recovery in…

BT expands 5G network

BT expands 5G network

BT has started expanding its 5G network across the UK as lockdown begins to lift. Outlaying the plans, Marc Allera, CEO at BT Consumer Division, commented: “As restrictions gradually start…

New Movistar Fusion subs obliged to buy smartphone

New Movistar Fusion subs obliged to buy smartphone

In an unprecedented move, Movistar will make all new subscribers acquire a smartphone from its catalogue if they wish to subscribe to its convergent Fusion packages. The company will launch…

O2, Virgin Media JV execs named

O2, Virgin Media JV execs named

Although the planned merger combining Virgin Media and O2 is still subject to approval by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) in the UK, Liberty Global and Telefónica have announced…

Nokia, Lenovo cross-licensing agreement

Nokia, Lenovo cross-licensing agreement

Nokia has concluded a multi-year, multi-technology patent cross-licence agreement with Lenovo. Under the agreement, Lenovo will make a net balancing payment to Nokia. The terms of the agreement remain confidential.…

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