“Telcos are very often victims of cloud attacks”
Sysdig has just released its annual Global Cloud Threat Report. Because of the complexity of cloud environments, hackers can often be difficult to detect while having an attack in place within 10 minutes of discovering credentials.
The Sysdig team warns that a recon alert is the last chance for ... Read more
UK court rules Lenovo must pay InterDigital €130 mln for licensing
London court rules that China-based Lenovo must pay to use US company's telecoms patents.
InterDigital this week announced that the UK’s High Court handed down its judgment in the company’s licensing dispute with Lenovo.
Delaware-based InterDigital is a mobile and video technology researc... Read more
Ericsson to cut 1,400 jobs in Sweden
The move is part of a major cost-cutting plan that could include additional layoffs elsewhere.
Ericsson, the Swedish telecoms manufacturer, plans to cut around 1,400 jobs in Sweden, according to a report in Reuters. The move is part of a broader plan to reduce costs globally, the company said. T... Read more
ETSI launches working group for Terahertz 6G technology
The European standards group will investigate the use of Terahertz frequencies for next-gen telecommunications.
The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) has introduced a new Industry Specification Group (ISG) to undertake preliminary work on the potential use of terahertz frequ... Read more
Telecom Italia moves to sell minority stake in its enterprise arm
Telecom Italia hopes to pay off its debts by selling a minority stake in its enterprise arm.
Telecom Italia (TIM) wants to sell a minority share in its enterprise service arm. The step was taken to revamp the biggest phone company in Italy, CEO Pietro Labriola said.
Telecom Italia is under m... Read more
EU will consult on big tech contributions to telco networks in 2023
According to EU industry director Thierry Breton, the European Commission will start discussions on whether internet companies should shoulder part of the expenses of Europe's telecoms network early next year.
Europe's telecommunications providers have long advocated for financial contributions ... Read more
European Commission to demand smartphone battery improvements
The European Commission proposes that Apple and other manufacturers should be required to make accessories freely accessible to customers.
As a part of its ongoing investigation into electronic waste, the European Commission (EC) has recommended a variety of initiatives aimed at creating ecolog... Read more
Orange and Equinix partner to improve telco efficiency
Network operator Orange and infrastructure provider Equinix join forces to enhance the efficiency of the Telco Cloud Platform networking service for customers.
Operators look for innovative technology providers to up their game of network services. Similarly, Orange will be carrying the bare met... Read more
Deutsche Telekom beats expectations with quarterly results
Deutsche Telekom raised its annual projection for the second time and reported quarterly profit above expectations on Thursday. The results were boosted by strong sales from its US T-Mobile unit and European businesses.
Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization after leases ... Read more
EchoStar launches Europe’s first LoRa IoT network
EchoStar Mobile, a mobile satellite provider, recently launched a 'LoRa-enabled IoT' network – an industry-first.
Short for Long-Range, LoRa is a low-power network protocol best suited for connecting battery-backed devices. Sometimes, terrestrial infrastructure limitations constrain tech usage... Read more