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Google claims that customer shared network charges are a terrible idea

A group of more than a dozen European telecoms firms, including Orange, Telefonica, BT, and Deutsche Telekom, have renewed their calls to make Big Tech pay for a share of network costs. CEOs from these companies joined forces to release a joint statement calling for more investment from tech firms.


Orange and Equinix partner to expand the Orange Telco Cloud

A new Bare Metal as a Service model developed by digital infrastructure firm Equinix is enabling telecommunications firm Orange to expand its cloud footprint. Equinix Metal gives businesses and wholesale customers the ability to access on-demand Telco Cloud Points of Presence (PoPs) that provide vital SD-WAN, 5G roaming and voice services at low latencies.


Virgin Media O2 announces first 5G connected hospital

Technology is increasingly playing a role in hospitals across the world with innovations improving the quality of care for patients. Virgin Media O2 Business recently turned on the first 5G-enabled hospital in the UK with the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.


Data centre 5G: challenges vs. opportunities

In a recent announcement by the Japanese Prime Minister, Fumido Kishida stated that the government expects 5G coverage to reach 99% of the country’s population by 2030. That’s an increase from less than 40% coverage as of 2020. 5G networks are expanding across the globe, and data centres must be prepared to meet the new… Read More


Vodafone and Ericsson partner to halve energy consumption in 5G trial

Thanks to an innovative new 5G radio from Ericsson, Vodafone UK have been able to reduce energy consumption by as much as 55% at peak times. In a trial using the Ericsson antenna-integrated radio solution (AIR 3227) on the roof of Vodafone’s office in Central London, average energy consumption fell by 43%, compared to the… Read More