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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...
Russian telco Vimpelcom and Egypt’s Global Telecom have jointly agreed to sell their stake in Wind Canada to Canadian investment firm, Globalive Capital, for $122.05 million.
AMS-IX’s US subsidiary has extended its partnership with Digital Realty to establish a PoP in the data centre provider’s facility in San Francisco.
Comcast Cable Communications and Liberty Global have agreed to share access to their respective US and European Wifi networks.
Seaborn Networks and French vendor Alcatel-Lucent have commenced construction of the Seabras-1 submarine cable, set to connect Brazil and the US.
US network markets are set to experience slower revenue growth in the second half of this year as the country’s operators prepare to settle on large scale mergers.
Three Wholesale’s network will power a new SIM-only MVNO, JOi Telecom, due to be launched in Europe.