The World Communication Awards recognise the companies and individuals responsible for the innovations, achievements and great new services that are helping to build tomorrows industry. The Awards are open to all communications providers, whether they are a traditional carrier, service provider, multimedia content provider or another organisation providing a communication service.
Fujitsu today announced plans to work in collaboration with Virgin Media, TalkTalk and Cisco to deliver next generation internet services to 5 million homes in rural Britain.
The collaboration and subsequent Fujitsu build of a new super fast, fibre optic broadband network is alternative to BT Openreach (a division of the British telecommunications operator BT Group) and provides an opportunity for any community or local authority looking to access a proportion of the £530 million earmarked by the UK Government to drive investment in super fast broadband in rural communities.
The European Smart Metering Industry Group (ESMIG), representing the leading companies in the area of smart metering, welcomed the European Commission's Communication on Smart Grids, but says that efforts in the area of smart grids have to be expedited if the EU is going to meet its 20-20-20 goals.
Cybit and Masternaut, both European telematics companies providing vehicle tracking, fleet and driver management solutions, Monday announced that they have combined to form a single, pan-European telematics company. The new organization, which retains the Masternaut name, will have more than 500 employees supporting a 10,000-strong customer base across 32 countries.
SMi’s Telecoms for Smart Grids conference will examine the current state of smart grid communication & identify key issues & requirements the industry is facing. The conference will bring European and International communications and utility specialists together to determine what communication infrastructure will play the biggest role in the deployment of the future Smart Grid.
MACH Insights is recognized in the industry as a leading conference in the mobile calendar. Providing in-depth coverage of roaming topics, the conference has now been extended to cover Interconnect, Mobile Messaging, and Direct Operator Billing. This year, the 3-day event will take place in Berlin, Germany, from 6th to 8th June and will focus on some of the hottest topics in the industry.
The second TMT Finance & Investment Africa Summit - Defining Investment Strategies for African telecoms, provides an exclusive knowledge exchange platform for leading telecom executives, investors, bankers and advisers active in Africa.
Now in its fifth year, the conference is well established as the leading regional gathering for financial and strategic decision makers in the telecom, finance and law sectors.
The event uniquely brings together telecom leaders (CEOs, CFOs, CSOs, FDs and heads of M&A) with Investment Bankers, Lawyers, Financiers and Professional Advisers to debate Investment Strategy, Mergers and Acquisitions and Financing.
French energy group GDF Suez has signed a six-year deal with Orange Business Services for the management of its information system. The partnership includes standard facilities management such as hosting, infrastructure operation and running ERP applications. The partnership will also establish a shared engineering team in charge of developing the Group’s solutions to match the needs of its business units as closely as possible.
Deutsche Telekom (Bonn, Germany) discussed rollout plans for both its fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) and wireless LTE network expansions in a press conference today at CeBIT. As many as 160,000 households in 10 German cities will connect via FTTH this year.
The company claims download speeds in excess of 1 Gbps and upload speeds of 500 Mbps will be available.
Certain districts within Braunschweig, Brühl, Hanover, Hennigsdorf, Neu-Isenburg, Kornwestheim, Mettmann, Offenburg, Potsdam, and Rastatt will get FTTH in 2011.