Network

Colt announces €500m network cash injection

Colt Technology Services has revealed its cunning plan to fuel growth including a three year, €500 million investment in its network, as well as a refreshed approach to customer experience.

Orange pledges €15bn FTTH and LTE investment by 2018

Orange has pledged to spend more than €15bn on upgrading fixed and mobile infrastructure across Europe, and says there’s still “so much more to come” from LTE, according to Deputy CEO Gervais Pellissier.

EE dominates RootMetrics UK 2H 2015 rankings

Once again EE, the UK’s largest mobile operator, has emerged as the clear winner in the RootMetrics UK network performance rankings for the second half of 2015.

MWC demos suggest NFV commercially ready

NFV was grandiosely unveiled at last year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and was rapidly heralded in as the next-big-thing for carrier networking. This year, multiple pledges have been made by exhibitors to demonstrate the power of an NFV-enabled architecture, with showcases expected to run all week by some of the industry’s largest players, which aim to show the tech’s move towards commercial readiness.

Ericsson pre-empts MWC 2015 with seven product mega launch

Giant telecoms vendor Ericsson just couldn’t wait until Mobile World Congress 2015 to reveal not one but seven product launches. The broad theme of these launches concerned how to help telcos to adapt to digital market realities.

SpatialBuzz enhances cloud CEM platform

UK crowd-sourced network analytics outfit SpatialBuzz has announced a major enhancement of its cloud-based customer experience management (CEM) platform, which is consequently now called HDAnalytics+.

LTE network growth up 25% in 2014 – report

The Global Mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) has released figures detailing the growth of LTE network deployment in 2014. According to the association, 360 global operators have commercially launched LTE networks and services in 124 countries.

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