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Mexico telecoms agency wants to focus on closing digital gap – Business News Americas

Definitions Projects covered include state-owned and private projects in the Infrastructure, Electric Power, Oil & Gas (excluding upstream), Water and Waste, and Mining sectors. Where applicable, a project is considered as such until the end of construction and ramp-up to full capacity (with the exception of mining projects, where the date of commissioning signifies the end of the project). Projects ... Read More »

Report: SIP growth will boost telecoms

Telecoms could benefit from the surging SIP trunking services market, according to a MarketsandMarkets report, which predicts an annual compound growth rate of 10.7% through 2023, driven largely by small businesses. SIP currently generates an estimated $7.6 billion. Share this post if you enjoyed! 🙂 Source link Read More »

Stakeholders Kick against Proposed Single Gateway for Telecoms – THISDAY Newspapers

By Emma Okonji Telecoms stakeholders under the aegis of the Association of Licenced Telecoms Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) have rejected the proposed implementation of a Single International Gateway (SIG) for Nigeria. The SIG is expected to allow all inbound and outbound calls to be routed through a single connectivity pipe.   Although the proposed plan is still under discussion between ... Read More »

Last week in telecoms: Iliad and Tele Columbus down on earnings – Telecompaper

Investors may have worried more about the general market, down 2.9 percent by way of the Euro Stoxx 50 index, than about the European telecoms sector, which lost 1.3 percent in week 36. Tele Columbus (-22%) and Altice (-15%) were the biggest losers, Montenegro’s Crnogorski Telekom (+8.1%) the biggest winner. Of the index heavyweights, Deutsche Telekom (-2.3%) lost and Vodafone ... Read More »

Stakeholders Kick against Proposed Single Gateway for Telecoms

By Emma Okonji Telecoms stakeholders under the aegis of the Association of Licenced Telecoms Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) have rejected the proposed implementation of a Single International Gateway (SIG) for Nigeria. The SIG is expected to allow all inbound and outbound calls to be routed through a single connectivity pipe.   Although the proposed plan is still under discussion between ... Read More »

Italy to review TV, telecoms, water concessions, besides motorway -paper

MILAN, Sept 7 (Reuters) – Italy will review concessions on the management of water, television and telecom, besides that for Autostrade per l’Italia to manage part of its motorways, the deputy prime minister told the newspaper Il Corriere. “We have started huge work on concessions… we will review them one-by-one,” Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio said in an interview ... Read More »

Going Dutch ― A test case for future investment in the EU telecoms sector – POLITICO.eu

via iStock – SasinParaska Sponsored Content Economics academic Frank Verboven finds a delicate balancing act, but no magic number. By Deutsche Telekom 9/7/18, 9:32 AM CET Updated 9/7/18, 3:55 PM CET Frank Verboven, professor, KU Leuven | via Deutsche Telekom The European Commission is currently assessing the proposed merger between the number three and number four mobile telecom operators in the Netherlands: ... Read More »

The prospects and potential of Blockchain for the telecoms industry

In ‘An Introduction to Blockchain’, the MVNOs Series team explores what Blockchain is and what it can do. The report starts with a crash course on Blockchain basics, before moving the focus to its wide-ranging benefits, its synergies with other emerging technologies, and the impact it could have on the telecoms ecosystem across-the-board. In the short space of a couple ... Read More »