Posts tagged with: telcos

5 major European telcos urge fast action on Open RAN

5 major European telcos urge fast action on Open RAN lhardesty Thu, 11/18/2021 – 12:46 Source link...

Telcos need to invest in new data platforms for competitiveness: Putcha

There is significant momentum building across the world for 5G networks, with commercial launches in full swing. According to the GSM Suppliers Association, there have been over 300 commercial launches at time of writing. Moreover, several markets are rolling out...

Indian government throws a lifeline to Vodafone and other telcos

The Indian telecom industry has welcomed the relief measures announced by the government earlier this week, establishing a four-year moratorium period on dues and adjusting the definition of adjusted gross revenue (AGR). The industry has been in distress for several years...

U.S. telcos flag ‘cascading impacts’ from chip shortages

A bevy of U.S. telecom groups warned the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) an ongoing global semiconductor shortage could slow network deployments and impede their ability to fulfill key requirements associated with certain federal programs. Last month, the FCC put out...

Mavenir, AWS deliver cloud-based 5G functions to telcos

Mavenir is collaborating with Amazon Web Services to offer cloud-based network functions to telcos. The partners will combine Mavenir’s cloud-native functions for 4G and 5G together with AWS’s computing infrastructure, container technologies and big data analytics. The goal is to enable...

FCC to forbid 3 more Chinese telcos to operate in the U.S.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is proceeding with measures to revoke the authority of three more Chinese telecom companies — China Unicom, Pacific Networks and ComNet (which is a subsidiary of Pacific Networks) — to operate in the United States....

Delisting of China telcos from NYSE likely to stand, say Wiley Rein lawyers

The New York Stock Exchange seemed a bit spastic at the beginning of 2021, claiming it would delist three Chinese telcos, then changing its mind, then again changing its mind. Its final decision was that it would delist trading in...

U.S. Secretary of State names non-Huawei telcos he considers ‘clean’

In his attacks against Huawei, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo went so far as to issue a statement today listing service providers around the world whom he considers “Clean Telcos” because they don’t use equipment from Huawei. “The tide...