The outspoken security expert has left his position as 'security futurologist' at U.K. telecommunications giant BT.
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BT is adding new copper and fibre broadband customers to its network as it continues to extend the reach of its fibre network, but tough conditions in Europe and declining call revenues are eating into its takings.
Google is accusing BT of providing arms to a sea of patent trolls. With a patent suit, it's hoping to end them.
BT launches a Global IP Exchange hub in Singapore, a platform which it says will allow telcos to interconnect traditional voice calls and voice-over-IP, and offer new services such as HD voice and video calls.
The regulator has been able to allocate numbers to BT and other telcos for free until now, but on Wednesday it announced a test of annual charges in a bid to relieve the shortage in some areas
BT is likely to enjoy lighter controls on the amount it can charge for its leased lines in London, under proposals revealed by Ofcom on Monday.Leased lines offer high-end fibre connectivity as a retail product for business customers, and also as a wholesale product for smaller telcos that resell fixed and mobile broadband services.
A forced separation hasn't been the best news for BT. Can Telstra learn from BT's mistakes?
British Telecommunications (BT) will hire 70 additional workers in Western Australia after securing a major telecommunication services contract for the state-of-the-art Fiona Stanley Hospital to be opened in 2014.
UK-based telco BT is set to create an additional 50 jobs in Australia as the result of opening a new customer service facility in Sydney.
Telecommunications giant BT is hiring 300 staff across the Asia Pacific, including Australia, for some 15 new professional services portfolios.
A scan of the RSS feeds I monitor (by no means the end-all, be-all sub list) reveals that hardly anyone may have noticed or cared that the UK telecom company BT took not just a natural step in what is now becoming a tradition of ISPs and telcos offering free applications to their customers.According to ZDNet UK's David Meyer:U.
Two of the telecoms operator's executives reveal their glee on hearing of troubles at Cable & Wireless
The dullest observation you can possibly make about information technology is that it should be designed to serve the needs of the business, rather than the technology experts.That doesn't stop it being rolled out at every single conference I attend, and as such it's no surprise that moves are afoot to try and change the very phrase "information technology" itself.
Broadband content is the new ballgame for telcos, and BT hopes to use its DSL network to supply it on demand
Big names may join but some heavyweights shunned
Competition Act rolled up ready to fire
The twenty-first century may be well under way, but our telephone companies still act like it's the nineteenth, to Rupert's eternal annoyance.
Customers who want to move from one telecoms operator to another should find it easier thanks to a new Oftel initiative
Oftel's decision to force BT to cut its wholesale Internet prices may only benefit other telcos, not customers or ISPs
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