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Zong Expands 4G Coverage To Over 100 Cities

Zong, the leading 4G Telecom operator in Pakistan has expanded its 4G Coverage to over 100 cities nationwide. With this development, Zong has firmly established itself as the fastest growing 4G cellular network in Pakistan with the widest 4G footprint. Show More Summary

Jazz Cash Empowers Pakistanis With Visa Debit Cards

The country’s fastest growing Mobile Financial Service, JazzCash, which is a collaboration of the country’s largest Telco Mobilink and Mobilink Microfinance Bank, has joined hands with global payments technology company, Visa, to offer Visa debit cards to consumers. Show More Summary

Apple and Intel Acquire AI Properties

AI is a powerful and ubiquitous tool and Apple, Intel and others don’t want to be left behind.

Zayo Deploys 100G to Marseille

Zayo revealed this morning that it has landed an anchor customer for a 100G wavelength rollout in France.  An unnamed 'global carrier' has tapped them for backhaul between the AAE-1 and SEA-ME-WE-5 cable landings down in Marseille and Paris.... [visit site to read more]

Wednesday Bytes: Zayo, EarthLink, Onvoy, NTT

I've been on the road the past two days out at Cowen's Communications Infrastructure Summit, so here's a quick catch up on some news I didn't get to while I was out:... [visit site to read more]

Copyright Royalty Judges Propose To Clarify Streaming Reporting Rules for Noncommercial Broadcasters

Proposed change would include noncommercial broadcasters among “Eligible Minimum Fee Webcasters.” It looks like noncommercial broadcasters who stream may be in for a little more clarity in their reporting responsibilities. The Copyright...Show More Summary

Security Remains the Big BYOD Issue

Over five years, the changes in BYOD are to the types/sophistication of security employed. The constant: Security is, by far, the biggest concern.

Ofcom guide on how disabled customers should be treated

Ofcom has today published a guide for communications providers, to ensure that the services they must make available to disabled customers are widely publicised. Services for disabled people include text relay, third-party bill management, priority fault repair and emergency SMS. Show More Summary

Fiber M&A: Oak Hill Strikes Again With Sovernet Buy

There was yet more consolidation in world of fiber in the the upper northeastern USA.  Oak Hill Capital Partners has struck again, announcing an agreement to buy Sovernet Communications, a network operator with fiber spanning most of the states of New York and Vermont.  ... [visit site to read more]

3 Tips Before Transitioning to Cloud-Based Unified Communications

This Industry Viewpoint was contributed by Jeff Blackey, SVP Marketing, Broadview Networks Cloud-based unified communications solutions continue to grow, with market penetration on track to increase six times by 2020. This growth trajectory makes sense, as the combination of UC and cloud is a powerful one, major benefits including scalability, continuity and ease of use. […]

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