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Blue Label Telecoms, a 49.5% shareholder in South African operator Cell C is, through its subsidiary The Prepaid Company (TPC), moving to acquire control of Cell C.
The Nepalese National Telecommunications Authority (NTA) could block Axiata’s exit from Nepal for not notifying the regulator of the sale of its unit Ncell, as the Malaysian operator opted to exit the market due to a tax dispute with the government.
The apparent award of an enormous tower leasing deal to American Tower Corporation (ATC) by operator MTN Nigeria is facing a challenge from ousted rival bidder IHS Holding.
Mexico-based It and telecoms firm Axtel secured a US$60 million loan form the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, as part of plans to expand its fibre network, tower footprint and data centres.
>At IETF 118 in November 2023 I attended the meeting of the Measurement and Analysis of Protocols Research Group, and here are my impressions from that meeting.
Thai telco True Corp and ZTE have revealed details on their collaboration to deploy a ‘fiber to the room’ (FTTR) optical Wi-Fi solution for Wyndham Royal Lee Phuket that provides gigabit connections for every room in the hotel.
UAE telco du announced that it has reduced power consumption on its mobile network by leveraging 5G technology from Ericsson, as well as its own in-house solar-power solution.
American Tower Corporation (ATC) demanded a down payment of KES500 million (US$3.26 million) and KES150 million per month from Telkom Kenya, in order to switch on the 246 cell sites it shut down seven months ago due to debt owed by the operator.
Poland's largest power grid operator PGE has selected Nokia to deploy a country-wide critical backhaul network.