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Alcatel-Lucent lines up enterprise unit sale, moves back into the black

Alcatel-Lucent confirmed it is negotiating the sale of its enterprise business as it seeks to maintain progress in a streamlining programme that saw the company deliver its first quarterly profit in two years in the final three months of 2013.

Regulators eye mobile data speeds

Telecom regulators a

Infographic: Broadband price trends

Fixed broadband prices fell by an average of 82% between 2008 and 2012, with the biggest decline happening in emerging countries, according to ITU statistics.   Postpai

Mobile broadband acceleration in the Americas

Broadband acceleration is a key strategy in the Americas both for fixed and wireless operators because, on the one hand, operators need to respond with an adequate technology offering to the expone

Mobile broadband pricing and bundling- The voice of the consumer

Given the climate of today’s financial markets and the need for sustainable business strategies, mobile broadband operators need actionable insights about what their subscribers view as compe

Resources, service, cost key to differentiation

Will LTE be threatened by new satellite broadband offers?

Eutelsat launched consumer packages offering download speeds up to 20 Mbps with upload rates of 4 Mbps to 6 Mbps, which it claims is the fastest satellite packages available in Europe. Could this be a threat to LTE?

Report: LTE access will save UK consumers £20B over next decade

The wide-scale deployment of LTE in the UK will save consumers £20 billion by providing them with access to high-speed mobile services, according to a report from telecoms regulator Ofcom.

Google eyes wireless network

Operating its own high-speed fiber service and free Wi-Fi networks evidently isn't enough for Google – the company could now be consideri

Ovum: Mobile broadband is largest opportunity for operator growth until 2016

A new report from Ovum claims that mobile broadband represents the single largest opportunity for operators to claw back revenue, as forecasts show mobile broadband growing 19.2 per cent annually and generating €94.1 billion in incremental revenue between 2013 and 2016.