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A policy statement from Norway's incoming coalition plans to tackle broadband, infrastructure, telehealth and more.
Both SFR and Free have brought in higher-speed fibre connectivity for customers, and added VDSL offerings alongside.
Vodafone’s South African unit is looking to buy Neotel in a push into the country’s fixed-line and data markets.
In a strongly-worded statement, six local telcos and a coalition of Asia-Pacific carriers are opposing the proposed deal which will indirectly give SingTel total ownership of Singapore's fiber broadband network builder.
As the company builds out its network coverage and introduces new products, its head of technology reveals it's got international expansion plans.
Telstra and Alcatel-Lucent are testing out fibre-to-the-node technology in what will no doubt be a pitch for construction work on the National Broadband Network under the Coalition government.
Swisscom is piloting the higher-speed broadband over the next two months ahead of a rollout to all FTTH customers, and is also planning to deploy vectoring over 800,000 lines.
Vodafone CEO sees consolidation as inevitable as it readies to shake up Europe's telecoms market.
Faster fixed line and mobile broadband are on the menu in Spain as rivals team up to begin work on new infrastructure.
StarHub has launched "SmartPipe", which allows various services to run simultaneously without compromise. Newcomer MyRepublic is offering three broadband plans with different uptime SLAs and touting its new partnerships which include Google.
Datacentre and fibre provider Vocus has announced its FY13 results, making gains in underlying profit but losses in statutory profit due to the ill effects of foreign exchange.
A proposal that will give indirectly SingTel total ownership of Singapore's fiber broadband network builder is slammed by rival telco M1, while some SingTel investors are disappointed in potentially missing out on special dividends.
The deal is under public scrutiny as question marks are raised on whether the telco gains an unfair advantage through indirectly completely owning the critical network infrastructure which serves competitors.
Malcolm Turnbull still believes Telstra will gift its supposedly worthless copper network to the Coalition for its FttN plan – but his reasons why, make no sense at all. With the election looming, has Turnbull simply abrogated any responsibility for NBN accuracy?
Superfast broadband is quickly becoming more widespread in Sweden with several 500Mbps services available from around €100 per month.