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Prysmian Files Legal Proceedings for Patents’ Infringements Against Emtelle

Prysmian S.P.A, together with its subsidiary in the UK Prysmian Cables & Systems Limited, today announced to have commenced proceedings for patent infringement in the UK High Court against Emtelle UK Limited (“Emtelle”). Prysmian claims that Emtelle’s FibreFlow products infringe the UK designations of Prysmian’s European Patents EP(UK) 1,420,279 B1 and EP (UK) 1,668,392B1 (“the Patents”) for fibre optic cables….

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Vodafone New Zealand Upgrades Submarine Capacity

A six-month project to upgrade Vodafone New Zealand’s entire international optical network is complete, enabling a dedicated, resilient, and diverse set of internet pathways upon which international data can be transferred at millisecond speed. This means Vodafone New Zealand  (Vodafone NZ) is now the only operator in New Zealand offering exclusive-use optical capacity across all three international fiber-optic cables –…

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Orange Selects Nokia and Ericsson for 5G Deployment

Orange has selected Nokia and Ericsson as equipment manufacturers for the deployment of 5G networks in France. This was Followed by a request for proposals launched in early 2019 to select Orange’s 5G equipment suppliers, and after several months of testing, Orange has chosen Nokia and Ericsson. Nokia and Ericsson are long-term industrial partners of the Orange group. They will…


Ooredoo Continues Fibre Connectivity in Oman

Ooredoo in Oman is continuing its efforts to connects homes with Super Fibre Home Internet. Ooredoo’s Super Fibre Home Internet combines speed, simplicity, and value and provides full satisfaction to the subscribers. Starting from just OMR 28 per month, users can enjoy fantastic speeds of up to 1Gbps, unlimited fixed Ooredoo minutes and discounts on global call rates. With higher…

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PTCL Deploys Nokia Solutions to Expand Network Capacity

Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) has deployed Nokia’s technology to expand the capacity of recently installed 100G transport networks to 200G optical networks for both domestic and international traffic. This capacity expansion has been carried out in the major cities of Islamabad, Lahore, and Karachi to keep pace with the growing demands of capacity created by ever-increasing consumption of broadband…

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Telstra-Chayora Partnership to Deliver Colocation and Network Services in China

Telstra International and Chayora enter into a strategic partnership to deliver world-class colocation and network connectivity services. Chayora Holdings Limited (Chayora) and Telstra International (Telstra) partnership will aim to provide world-class colocation services and network connectivity from Chayora’s hyperscale campus serving the Tianjin-Beijing corridor in the People’s Republic of China. The partners aim to enable customers to access a range…