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French vendor Alcatel-Lucent has signed an agreement with Telkom Indonesia subsidiary, Telkom Akses, to upgrade and expand the country’s nationwide broadband network.
South African fixed-line provider Telkom is reportedly in talks to outsource the management of its radio access network to mobile operator MTN.
Mexico’s telecoms regulator said yesterday that new legislation will target dominant players in the market in a bid to boost competition in the country.
The International Cable Protection Committee (ICPC) is a lobby group specialising in the security of underwater infrastructure. It offers guidance to stakeholders in the subsea cable sector.
Deutsche Telekom has launched a new programme of services aimed at strengthening SMEs in Germany.
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.
Following the signing ceremony for the SEA-ME-WE-5 cable in Malaysia last Friday, Capacity was saddened to learn that a group of telecoms executives may have been on board the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. Our thoughts are with those families affected at this difficult time.
Russia-based telecoms operator VimpelCom has written down the value of its business in Ukraine by $2 billion, following the recent political problems in the country.
South Korean operators are expected to be hit with a further business suspension from the country’s telecoms watchdog, according to local reports.
AT&T is unlikely to make a bid for UK-based Vodafone, after the company’s CEO Randall Stephenson claimed “the window may be closing on perhaps owning wireless assets” in Europe, at an investor conference.
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