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Telecoms Transformation: Leveraging IoT and Blockchain | Leadership – Business Chief Middle East

Marco Limena discusses, leveraging IoT and blockchain technology to catalyze telecoms transformation. The introduction of blockchain technology into the telecoms industry has transformed the way that Communications Service Providers (CSP) are able to do business. Blockchain technology, when partnered with the global expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT), generates significant potential for the sharing and analysis of information cross-sector. ... Read More »

Europe's China telecoms gear ban would cost industry $3.5 billion: report – Yahoo Finance

FILE PHOTO: IFA consumer tech fair in Berlin By Tarmo Virki TALLINN (Reuters) – Replacing Chinese telecoms equipment would cost European telecom operators about $3.5 billion, a report by industry research firm Strand Consult predicted on Friday, far lower than the figure a lobby group came up with. Industry lobby group GSMA, backed by blacklisted Chinese firm Huawei, predicted a ... Read More »

Telecoms to further open up – Global Times

Two smartphones connected to the 5G network (R) and the 4G network (L) respectively are shown for comparison by a Chinese mobile service provider at the 2019 Smart China Expo in southwest China’s Chongqing Municipality, Aug. 26, 2019. (Photo: Xinhua) As the world’s most prosperous telecommunications market, China vowed to open the sector wider to share its growth opportunities with ... Read More »

Europe's China telecoms gear ban would cost industry $3.5 billion: report

FILE PHOTO: The Huawei logo is pictured at the IFA consumer tech fair in Berlin, Germany, September 5, 2019. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke/File Photo TALLINN (Reuters) – Replacing Chinese telecoms equipment would cost European telecom operators about $3.5 billion, a report by industry research firm Strand Consult predicted on Friday, far lower than the figure a lobby group came up with. Industry ... Read More »

Infinity Telecom hit by ACMA on customer information issues – ZDNet

An Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) investigation has found Sydney-based telco Infinity Telecom breached industry consumer standards that requires it to have certain information available on its website for customers. The ACMA has issued a remediation direction to Infinity Telecom to amend its website, saying it lacks mandatory information about NBN plans, financial hardship assistance, and complaints handling.   ... Read More »

Meet the finalists: The WCA 2019 Woman in Telecoms award

Next month the World Communication Awards 2019 will come to London, celebrating innovation and success a ross the length and breadth of the global telecoms sector. In doing so, it will continue to shine a light on workplace diversity, with a number of categories that recognise the companies and individuals who are taking steps to improve levels of equality within ... Read More »

Google doubles down on India – Telecoms.com

Google has announced that use of its Google Pay platform has tripled to 67 million users in India. In a series of announcements Google renewed its commitment to the Indian market, which probably represents its greatest growth opportunity despite the relatively low disposable income of most of its inhabitants. The internet giant has been investing heavily in India for a ... Read More »

AT&T Stock Climbs as Telecoms Giant Explores DirecTV Sale After Activist Pressure

Paul Singer, Principal, Elliott Management Remy Steinegger (Source) AT&T ’s stock has risen in premarket trading as the telecoms giant is reportedly exploring a spin off of its satellite TV unit DirecTV following pressure from hedge fund Elliott Management. Activist investor Elliott Management revealed it had taken a $3.2 billion stake in AT&T earlier this month and called for an ... Read More »