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Dell issues flurry of announcements in lead-up to MWC 2023

Dell Technologies said this week it is helping the telecommunications industry “accelerate the adoption of open, cloud-native technologies” with a series of new product...

Good news-bad news scenario for Ericsson, firm’s latest financials reveal

There was a mix of good news and alarmingly bad news in Ericsson’s Q4 2022 results, as the Swedish telecom’s revenues were up significantly...

Broadband woes derailing smart farming initiatives: CRRBC panel

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Worried about your firm’s internet and telecom resiliency? Ask these questions

A report suggests questions firms should ask themselves and their service providers to better assure telcom resiliency

Europe Cracks Down On Data Cap Exemptions

European telecom regulator BEREC recently updated its net neutrality rules to include a strict ban on zero-rating practices that exempt specific apps from data caps implemented by Internet service providers.

Supreme Court of Canada rejects telecom incumbents’ appeal of CRTC’s 2019 rate-correction ruling

Today, the Supreme Court of Canada announced that it will not be going forward with large telecom incumbents’ request to appeal their case against the CRTC's mandated wholesale rate correction from nearly two years ago.

Distributel acquires telecom provider Primus

Distributel acquires Primus from Fusion Connect for an undisclosed amount.

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