US tech giants should bear some of the costs of developing Europe’s telecommunications networks, the CEOs of major European operators said.
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Huawei Technologies, already getting squeezed out of Europe’s vast market for the next generation of telecommunications equipment, is under siege in another fast-growing business: cloud computing.
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Thousands of passenger planes are still grounded, but in-flight Internet is surging to new highs.
German economics minister Peter Altmaier plans to build up a German cloud service to allow European companies to store data independent of Asian or US rivals such as Amazon.com.
Deutsche Telekom’s T-Systems computer services unit is cutting more than a quarter of its positions to reduce costs after draining money for years. The unit will cut as many as 10 000 jobs, of which
Vodacom parent Vodafone has agreed to buy German and Eastern European units from Liberty Global in an €18.4bn deal that shakes up the region’s TV and broadband market and signals a retreat by US billionaire
Mobile World Congress, the wireless industry’s biggest conference, begins next week in Barcelona, where more than 100 000 people are set to see the latest smartphones, artificial intelligence devices and autonomous
Siemens is joining with companies including Airbus and IBM to try to counter large-scale hacking attacks that threaten to cost US$8 trillion in damage over the next five years. The group plans to sign a charter
The MTN group is getting a new procurement and supply chain chief. Dirk Karl, currently senior vice president of network technology at Deutsche Telekom and Orange procurement joint venture Buyln, will join the Johannesburg