infrastructure

BT pleads for open access to street furniture

BT is attempting to rally the industry in an attempt to convince local authorities to ditch the current exclusive concessions model in UK cities in favour of an ‘Open Access Model’.

A post-Brexit Ofcom worries us – Vodafone

With the anti-China rhetoric dominating the headlines in recent months, Brexit chatter has become unfashionable. But with the deadline fast approaching, what will Ofcom look like in the future?

FCC and Oval Office locking horns over 5G

The FCC originally looked like a diligent foot-soldier for the President, but with the nationalised 5G infrastructure argument seemingly emerging again, heads are set to butt.

Vodafone puts the brakes on core Huawei spend

There aren’t many things that could rival Huawei’s headaches derived from government bans, but a snub from another one of the worlds’ largest telco groups might be up there.

Will the UK ever agree on the internet?

This week Telecoms.com has 16 year-old Shannon O’Connor joining the team for work experience, and today’s ‘thrilling’ task is to join Jamie at the Connected Britain event in London.

ZTE fears for its very survival following US export ban

Following the decision from the US government to activate the Suspended Denial Order, ZTE has hit back with the threat of a lawsuit, claiming the order not only threatens its own survival but that of its suppliers.

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