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Nigeria: Telecoms Subscribers' Loss of Access to Europe, U.S. … – AllAfrica.com

By Adeyemi Adepetun A fresh crisis is looming in the telecommunications sector, as foreign service providers and equipment suppliers have threatened to disconnect their Nigerian counterparts over an alleged breach of agreement. The foreign firms are lamenting the inability of some Nigerian telecommunications operators to honour their financial obligations in Foreign Exchange (FX) to them.If this is not timely and ... Read More »

Nigeria: Telecoms Subscribers' Loss of Access to Europe, US, Others Looms – AllAfrica.com

By Adeyemi Adepetun A fresh crisis is looming in the telecommunications sector, as foreign service providers and equipment suppliers have threatened to disconnect their Nigerian counterparts over an alleged breach of agreement. The foreign firms are lamenting the inability of some Nigerian telecommunications operators to honour their financial obligations in Foreign Exchange (FX) to them.If this is not timely and ... Read More »

Telecoms Retreat — Telecoms Roundup – Fox Business

Shares of telecommunications companies were lower. Continue Reading Below Bertelsmann SE is raising its stake in publisher Penguin Random House to 75%, tightening the German media company’s control over one of the top prizes in the book business in a multimillion-dollar bet on the future of print. Bertelsmann agreed to buy a further 22% stake in the joint venture from ... Read More »

Telecoms Up As Deal Activity Continues — Telecoms Roundup – Fox Business

Shares of telecommunications companies rose as deal activity continued. Continue Reading Below Canadian cable company Cogeco Communications agreed to buy the MetroCast cable system for $1.4 billion, expanding its footprint in the U.S. market. Among other deals in recent history, French cable giant Altice entered the market with its acquisition of Cablevision, which was followed by the initial-public offering of ... Read More »

European Telecoms Standards Institute emits mobile edge APIs – The Register

Mobile base stations have compute. These APIs will let you tap it The European Telecommunications Standards Institute has unveiled the first APIs created under its Multi-Access Edge Computing project. The name of the multi-access edge (MEC) game is to open up computing in mobile base stations to third-party developers. The API releases cover mobile edge services, application lifecycle management, applications ... Read More »

Award for telecoms company – Jersey Evening Post

PUBLISHED: July 9, 2017 7:00 pm TECHNICAL expertise at telecoms company Sure has been recognised with an award presented by email security and archiving service Mimecast. The two companies have worked together for over ten years to develop an offshore secure email product that protects businesses in the Channel Islands, Isle of Man, the Cayman Islands and other offshore jurisdictions. ... Read More »

Ericsson and China Telecom launch open IoT platform – The Internet of Business (blog)

The Bund or Waitan, central Shanghai’s waterfront district China Telecom, the Chinese state-owned telecoms company, and Ericsson, the Swedish networking and telecoms equipment and services provider, have launched an open IoT platform. The companies say that the platform will enable enterprises to deploy, control and scale the management of IoT devices through partnerships globally. Enterprise customers would be able to ... Read More »