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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.
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.
Alcatel-Lucent and Japanese vendor NEC have been contracted as official vendors for the roll-out of the SEA-ME-WE 5 submarine cable system.
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.
The Tanzania Telecommunication Company (TTCL) has this week signed an agreement with the Universal Communication Service Access Fund (UCSAF) to upgrade telecoms infrastructure in Tanzania.
South Korean operators are expected to be hit with a further business suspension from the country’s telecoms watchdog, according to local reports.
Network specialist Ciena has today unveiled several additions to its network solutions portfolio, designed to give operators greater visibility and control over the network.
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