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Fresh on the heels of many big device announcements at CES, MWC, and CTIA, our speakers can show-and-tell their new handsets and gadgets, explain what is new and different, and let this select group of operators, entrepreneurs, and investors in the room try them out.
DT last year tried to sell T-Mobile US to Sprint who dropped its bid after regulatory resistance
COLOGNE, Germany (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom will consider any partner that can improve profitability at its U.S. operations, its chief executive told the company's annual shareholders meeting.
Chief Executive Tim Hoettges said on Thursday T-Mobile US, of which Deutsche Telekom owns 66 percent, was in much better shape than two years ago.
"But it is our duty to go on improving the return on T-Mobile US," he added. "If we find a partner who will help us to do so, we will obviously consider it."
Goal is to accelerate the development of fiber optic broadband and high speed 4G mobile networks
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will spend more than $182 billion to boost Internet speeds by the end of 2017, a top government body said, as Beijing moves towards a more service-driven economy to boost growth.
The State Council said the government will invest more than 430 billion yuan ($69.3 billion) this year on network construction, with at least another 700 billion yuan ($112.8 billion) spent over the following two years.
The goal is to accelerate the development of fiber optic broadband and high speed 4G mobile networks, the governing body said on its website.
Weak spot in the results was Germany, where it was hit by stiff competition
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Vodafone posted a rise in quarterly sales for the first time in nearly three years on Tuesday in the clearest sign yet that Europe's mobile market is edging towards recovery.
The world's second largest mobile operator has been hit hard by the constraints on consumer spending in its big European markets, fierce competition in India and by regulator-imposed price cuts around the world.
But on Tuesday it finally forecast 2016 core earnings growth on an organic basis following seven straight years of declines.
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New challenges and opportunities have arisen through unlicensed spectrum, carrier aggregation, interference management and small cell backhaul, highlighting 2015 as the key year for progressing your HetNet strategy.