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DT defends Huawei exposure as the heat rises

The German press and politicians are up in arms over Deutsche Telekom’s relationship with Huawei, but the telecoms group is attempting to ease tensions and add distance from the vendor.

Iliad joins the Italian convergence race

Only a matter of days after Sky Italia expanded its offering, Iliad has inked a broadband wholesale agreement with Open Fiber to drive towards the convergence dream.

France says oui to Huawei

In an interview with local press, the Director General of the national security agency has said there would not be an outright ban for Chinese telecoms equipment vendor Huawei.

Quality is king as network dependency grows

Departing from how previous generations of connectivity were measured, with 5G, quality will be defined by the customer’s business requirements, not the network’s capabilities (or limitations).

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Huawei, broadband and ad boycott

On what may be the final remote-recorded podcast, the team decided to get the inevitable Huawei segment out of the way first this week, with a look at its dwindling prospects in the UK. They move on to review recent moves around broadband and fibre investment and conclude with a look at the growing trend towards corporate activism as expressed through a Facebook advertising boycott.

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