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New SIP gateway makes IP trunking possible in Europe

The telecommunications infrastructure at many companies has grown organically over the years. As a result, every branch office, whether domestically or abroad, has its own PABX and its own phone lines. This causes an immense administrative effort for the ITdepartment, because companies have to order, install, maintain, and manage every local line. That costs time and money. With Corporate SIP International,…

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Internet of Humans – How we would like the internet of the future to be

Bruno Kessler Lecture by Roberto Viola, Director-General for Communications Networks, Content & Technology at the European Commission. Check against delivery I am very honoured to be the 2017 Bruno Kessler lecturer and I am also humbled to be following previous talks held in former years by world famous international scholars like Jared Diamond, Marcus du Sautoy, and Heiner Bielefeldt. I…

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MPs call for end to international call charges in EU

Dutch political party D66 has called for the EU to scrap extra costs for making international calls within the EU. While consumers no longer pay surcharges for mobile roaming in the EU since 15 June, they still pay more to call other EU countries from home. D66 MP Jan Paternotte told Nu.nl that the Dutch government should take a stand…

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Alibaba cloud to launch big data service in Europe

Alibaba Cloud will roll out its big-data service, called “MaxCompute,” in Europe in the second half of 2017 to tap into growing demand for data-processing and analytics from local enterprises. MaxCompute is a big-data platform that allows users to store and process massive amounts of data, including images, video and audio with storage demands as high as terabyte, or even…

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Video represents approximately 50% of the mobile traffic in Europe

74% of French people go online every day and 95% of those aged 18-24 . Most of the usage regards social networks and content consumption, in particular video, says Orange High- and very-high-speed networks have made this widespread use possible by permitting usages that are more advanced and consume more bandwidth, such as streaming. Mobile is king Among the constantly…

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GSMA and ETNO warn Europe over 5G delays

The telecoms industry is concerned about the current legislative debate on the future of mobile connectivity and spectrum management in Europe. As the European Parliament and Member States discuss amendments to the draft European Electronic Communications Code, ETNO and the GSMA fear that legislators have abandoned their ambitions for 5G roll-out in Europe. Last year, the European Commission set out…

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Collaborative cloud-based platform for manufacturing SME’s in Europe announced

These tools will help SMEs to overcome the current economic crisis and to enhance their competitiveness in the global economy Atos, an international IT services company, leads the “Cloud Collaborative Manufacturing Networks” (C2NET) consortium, whose main goal is the creation of cloud-enabled tools for supporting the SMEs supply network optimization of manufacturing and logistic assets based on collaborative demand, production…

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UPC targets network expansion, closer integration in CEE

Expanding UPC’s network in the Central and Eastern Europe is essential for the group’s operating model, said Severina Pascu, UPC CEE CEO in an interview for Ziarul Financial. Starting 1 March, the marketing functions of UPC in Central and Eastern Europe were integrated across the region, and strengthening the collaboration in the region will continue. READ MORE: UPC launches new business…

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