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03 September 2012
MVNO Lycamobile is reportedly planning to launch services in the US and Canada next month as part of a plan to double its revenue from the more than €1 billion recorded this year.
The Financial Times reports that the group is in the final
stages of technology testing for its North American network and
will set up its own data centres in the region to...
Capacity Asia day 3 – Kyle Okamoto, head of global IP network at Verizon Digital Media Services, has praised US IP transit regulation for becoming more lenient and helping to increase competition in the market.
TalkTalk has signed an MVNO agreement with Telefónica, allowing it to offer 4G services to UK customers.
Forbearance is the term applied by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to denote services exempt from regulation. But it could just as easily describe the wait-and-see attitude adopted by many of the nation’s carriers as mobile and broadband wholesale proceedings unfold.
As CEO of KDDI Global Business, Hidehiko Tajima has overseen expansion into markets including Mongolia and Myanmar. Alex Hawkes reports.
Interoute has launched a Virtual Data Centre (VDC) zone in Los Angeles.
Capacity Asia day 1 – NTT Communications took the awards for best North American wholesale carrier and global wholesale data carrier at the Global Carrier Awards. Michael Wheeler, EVP and head of the global IP network business, explains the secrets of the company’s success in the wholesale arena.