Ofcom tells BT to do much better with Openreach; Ericsson wins small cell contract in Indonesia

Wireless news from around the web

> Telecom Italia established a joint venture with Fastweb to speed the rollout of fibre broadband services in Italy. Reuters article

> BT faced mounting pressure over its Openreach division, but regulator Ofcom stopped short of forcing a breakup of the group. Guardian article

> XL Axiata hired Ericsson to deploy a small cell system to boost indoor coverage at Jakarta International Airport. Ericsson announcement

> Orange is expected to announce the expansion of a non-smartphone app development programme in Africa. Bloomberg report

> BlackBerry launched the Dtek50, an Android smartphone the vendor said offers better security than other devices running on the OS. BBC News article

And finally…Amazon UK plans to bring parcels whizzing to your door. BBC News article

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