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Viettel eyes Ethiopia telecoms sector as government opens market … – ETTelecom.com

By Joe Bavier JOHANNESBURG: Vietnam‘s state-owned telecom company Viettel is eyeing opportunities in Ethiopia, a company official said on Monday, after the government there announced its intention to liberalise key economic sectors including telecommunications. The Ethiopian government announced last month it plans to open up Ethiopian Airlines, the state logistics firm and the power monopoly to private investment. But the ... Read More »

Telecoms entrepreneur Steve Lau eyes blockchain opportunity

Steve Lau, a telecoms entrepreneur and angel investor in China who founded the Eagles Fund in 2012, is looking to seize opportunities in blockchain-related ventures for his tech-focused fund. Lau told the Hong Kong Economic Journal that his fund will concentrate this year on investments on blockchain protocols, as he believes the technology will offer big rewards in the next ten ... Read More »

Antitrust authority follows telecoms regulator on price discrimination – Global Competition Review

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Antitrust authority follows telecoms regulator on price discriminationGlobal Competition ReviewIndia's competition authority is investigating two television broadcasters for alleged price discrimination, despite the country's telecommunications regulator having already imposed conditions on the broadcasters for the same conduct. Source link Read More »

Antitrust authority sides with telecoms regulator over price discrimination – Global Competition Review

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Antitrust authority sides with telecoms regulator over price discriminationGlobal Competition ReviewIndia's competition authority is investigating two television broadcasters for alleged price discrimination, despite the country's telecommunications regulator having already imposed conditions on the broadcasters for the same conduct. Source link Read More »

Nokia and T-Mobile US forge $3.5bn telecoms supply deal

Nic Fildes July 30, 2018 Print this page T-Mobile US has signed a $3.5bn deal with Nokia to supply telecoms equipment for a roll out of 5G networks across the country. It is one of the most substantial 5G contracts signed to date as US networks gear up for the new generation of wireless networks that will deliver much faster ... Read More »

Stockton telecoms firm upgrades car park to accommodate green fleet

Telecommunications firm Odyssey Systems has announced the next phase of expansion at its Stockton head office. The company is undertaking a large-scale extension of its car park to accommodate electric vehicle charge points, as it prepares to invest in its fleet by purchasing a raft of 2019 Nissan Leaf cars. Under its commitment to maintaining a greener footprint, Odyssey has ... Read More »

Last week in telecoms: Q2 earnings and Spanish 5G auction drive up share prices – Telecompaper

Last week’s earnings reports were generally well received. Our European telecoms index rose 2.4 percent, versus a gain of 1.9 percent for the EuroStoxx 50 index. Other than that, 5G ruled the headlines, with Spain concluding an auction at not too high prices. Earnings In a week (30) when Facebook and Twitter both lost 20 percent of their values, the European ... Read More »