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A consortium of telcos have come together to build an undersea cable connecting south east Asia to the Middle East and western Europe.
With a growing interest in wholesale and access to rich-media content, are cablecos becoming a threat to carriers?
As the central role of subsea cable systems in the global economy grows, could more be done by governments and regulators to secure these vital arteries? Guy Matthews investigates.
Egypt’s subsea cables have been in the news again, for all the wrong reasons. Is it time to switch vital east-to-west connectivity to land-based alternatives?
With LTE deployments well underway in the Middle East, the region is now looking at cloud and M2M opportunities for new sources of revenue in 2014.
Ooredoo is keeping abreast with Qatar's phenomenal pace of development, and the carrier in particular has big plans for wholesale. Alex Hawkes speaks to Yousuf Al Kubaisi, chief wholesale and international officer, Ooredoo.
Sanjay Nayak says Pacnet wants to bring harmony and consistency to Asia’s market for Carrier Ethernet. Guy Matthews interviews an evangelist and strategiser.
TI Sparkle's CEO Elisabetta Ripa is bringing a fresh focus on customer care to wholesale.
RIPE NCC is one of the five regional internet registries in the world, and its job is to support the smooth flow of web traffic globally.
There are only a few countries left which have yet to be connected to the global grid via subsea cable.
Faced with an increasing demand for extra capacity, enterprises are crying out for network solutions that provide both flexibility and mobility.
With service providers facing increased competition from OTT players, they need to be looking at new market opportunities.
What will be the most important network technology breakthrough of 2014?
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