France's controversial “three strikes” anti-piracy law has
Declining GSM sales contributed to a 13 percent drop in total global mobile infrastructure revenue in the fourth quarter, according to research firm Dell'Oro. Total revenue for the market last
Telefonica successfully placed a benchmark five-year Euro bond worth €1.4 billion yesterday.
With the installation of a VDSL2 line at Telefónica, Alcatel-Lucent now has shipped its 200 millionth DSL line. The new line, which is part of Telefonica's global network transformation
Alcatel-Lucent hopes to communicate its strategy more effectively by
As it continues down its turnaround path, Alcatel-Lucent has decided to appoint Stephen Carter as the company's newly created Chief Marketing, Strategy and Communication Officer. When Carter
Demand for higher broadband speeds coupled with the ongoing competition prompted both cable and telcos to continue spending money on broadband network infrastructure, argues the Dell'Oro Group in its
Vodafone Germany yesterday launched new Ethernet-based services for business users.
The term "convergence" may be one of the most overused and overhyped words in telecoms, but there's no better way to describe the current interest in flattening the IP and optical layers
This week heads rolled over the continued failures of Telecom NZ’s 3G network, while Google’s European troubles look set to continue.