While family disagreements at the corporate level are not unusual in general, this scenario brings out public curiosity, particularly when it involves Canada’s largest telecommunications company run by one of the country’s richest families.
Hub350, the physical gateway for Canada’s largest technology park, where technology talent will have a space to converge and explore opportunities to live, work, play and learn, has officially opened.
Rogers Communications achieved the first 5G standalone device certification in Canada and completed the rollout of Canada’s first national standalone 5G core – major technological milestones on the road to powering the possibilities of 5G across the country.
DISH selected Spirent Communications to autonomously test its 5G network core and validate its performance. This will allow DISH to continuously integrate functionality into its 5G network and rapidly deliver leading-edge solutions to both retail and enterprise customers.
The US Department of Labor (DOL) has awarded Verizon Public Sector five Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) task orders to modernize legacy network infrastructure including data, voice, unified communications, video services, and enterprise applications for its 20,000 users.
China Mobile International (CMI) and Companhia de Telecomunicações de Macau, S.A.R.L. (CTM) announced a strategic cooperation framework on digital content delivery.
Ibrahim Gedeon, chief technology officer of TELUS, discussed with Telecom Review about their new graduate program that enables future-proofing technology talent pools while nurturing the innovators of the future.
To help narrow the digital divide, and with support from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Verizon Public Sector announced a new program to provide access to wireless broadband data and voice services to underserved communities in Massachusetts and eight neighboring states plus the District of Columbia. Verizon will provide turnkey connectivity, devices and other solutions available to eligible families who lack access to the internet.
The communications industry is undergoing a multi-year transformation to dynamic, secure, and certified services across a global federation of automated networks, as envisioned in the MEF 3.0 Framework. Service providers worldwide are not only becoming more automated internally to deliver solutions with user- and application-directed control over service capabilities. Many also are collaborating to build an emerging business ecosystem of automated networks that will support rapid delivery “Standardized APIs for interoperability of business applications will vastly improve the customer experience through faster cycle times and resolving service delivery issues earlier, offering automated near real-time availability and pricing information.
With the dust still settling from the massive data breach of T-Mobile, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey have initiated investigations concerning the alarming incident.