In The Spotlight
AT&T and Ericsson announced that they have begun installing Ericsson Cloud RAN technology on AT&T’s commercial 5G network.
Connected America is returning to the Irving Convention Center in Dallas, Texas, for the second ever instalment of Connected America on 12–13 March.
NJFX Utility Service LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of NJFX, has successful acquired key infrastructure assets from SubCom LLC, originally developed in 2001. This acquisition comprises bore pipes and conduits situated in Manasquan and Avon, New Jersey. This offers purpose built underground access to the NJFX Wall CLS Campus. These critical infrastructure assets required maintenance, which involves use of complicated and scarce marine expertise.
The Latin American country’s delegation at this year’s Mobile World Congress comprised of 55 ICT companies —up from the 40 that participated in the Colombia pavilion last year, supported by MinCIT and ProColombia.
Adtran announced that Telstra has successfully trialed its FSP 150 edge compute device, opening the door to enhanced network services for business customers across Australia.
Arelion said that it secured a new customer in Monterrey, Mexico, continuing its expansion into the country’s connectivity market by serving Conexity's IP service needs. Arelion will empower Conexity with low-latency, diverse connectivity to meet the technological requirements of Conexity's customers in Monterrey's private and government sectors. By leveraging its award-winning customer service team, Arelion will provide Conexity with exceptional service delivery experiences that enable technological innovation in essential industries.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced plans to launch an AWS infrastructure Region in Mexico by early 2025. The new AWS Mexico (Central) Region will give developers, startups, entrepreneurs, and enterprises, as well as government, education, and nonprofit organizations, wider options for running their applications and serving end users from data centers located in Mexico, allowing customers to store their content in Mexico. As part of its long-term commitment to Latin America, AWS is planning to invest more than $5 billion (approx. MXN $85 billion) in Mexico over 15 years. The upcoming AWS Mexico Region is the latest in AWS’s ongoing investments in Mexico to provide customers with advanced and secure cloud technologies.
Eduardo Diaz Corona has been appointed SVP, General Manager for Liberty Puerto Rico and USVI replacing Naji Khoury who will transition out of the business. Mr. Diaz Corona will join the Executive Team reporting to Balan Nair, Liberty Latin America’s President and CEO.
TELUS, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Samsung Electronics announced a trailblazing collaboration that will see TELUS become the first telecommunications provider in North America to evolve the architecture of roaming, enabling greater reliability and faster speeds for customers traveling abroad.
EXA Infrastructure, a leading European fibre backbone and transatlantic subsea cable infrastructure provider, ensuring secure and resilient services, announced that Jim Fagan is appointed as Chief Executive Officer, effective by August 1, 2024.
As the industry continues to grow, EXA Infrastructure’s intention is to continue expanding its capabilities strategically as a focused partner and infrastructure provider for customers. Read more details about the company’s strategies for 2024 in this exclusive interview with Nicholas Collins, Chief Commercial Officer, EXA Infrastructure.
This exclusive feature unveils the pivotal roles played by women leaders from Somos, TELUS, Verizon and EXA Infrastructure. Through their diverse roles and remarkable contributions, these women exemplify resilience, creativity, and excellence, driving forces behind innovation and progress in the ever-evolving landscape of technology.
TELUS’ PureFibre wins Telecom Review’s Best Fiber Infrastructure Deployment for North America for its leading connectivity and industry growth.