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Mavenir announces the Open RAN Centre of Excellence in Germany

According to Mavenir, all German MNOs have committed to adopting Open RAN Mavenir announced that it has expanded its European capabilities with the establishment of an Open RAN Centre of Excellence in Germany. The company said that the center, located in Bonn, will support European...

Telefónica Deutschland selects Huawei for 5G build amid global tension

The German government is drafting security guidelines for the expansion of 5G networks German mobile operator Telefónica Deutschland, which operates under the O2 brand, will allow Huawei to help build its 5G network despite the ongoing global tension around whether the Chinese company should be...

Deutsche Telekom tests 5G uplink at Berlin Marathon

Deutsche Telekom: "5G takes data transmission to a new level" During the Berlin Marathon, German telco Deutsche Telekom successfully used a 5G uplink to transmit live television images. The telecom partnered with the marathon host broadcaster Infront Productions to run the test, which sought to explore...

Vodafone’s $21.8bn Liberty deal sets it up as European multi-play champ

British telecoms group Vodafone finally completes €18.4 billion ($21.8bn) monster deal for Liberty Global cable and broadband assets in Germany and eastern Europe to complete its decade-long journey from mobile-only carrier to the region's multi-play champ. Vodafone has struck a deal to purchase Liberty Global’s...

EMEA: Secure your data – German style

We all know that Germany takes its rules, process and privacy seriously. I’m not being sarcastic; I live here, so I can say this. And you know what, there are a lot of good things about this. It’s a safe country, people are true...

Outgoing Deutsche Telekom CEO speaks out on privacy, European mergers

René Obermann may be in his last days as the CEO of Deutsche Telekom, but he is not leaving quietly. The 49-year-old exec has been making some bold statements in both German and U.S. newspapers about data privacy and the future of European telecoms. Obermann,...

Telefónica prepares German IPO; could Latam units be next?

Telefónica is planning an initial public offering of its German O2 unit as a move to raise cash to pay-down debt and protect the company against América Móvil's efforts to expand its presence in Europe. In addition it would help Telefónica’s finances during the...

German operators complain about LTE approval delays

When Germany auctioned LTE frequencies in 2010, operators were required to first deploy the high-speed internet technology in rural areas before deploying to the more lucrative urban areas. Now having met many of their rural obligations, carriers are complaining of bureaucratic delays for their big...

International consulting part of the Group's growth strategy: Francis Deprez appointed new CEO of Detecon

Deutsche Telekom | August 25, 2011 | Press Release Francis Deprez (46) is to take over as Chief Executive Officer of the international consulting company Detecon effective September 1, 2011. To date, he has been Head of Group Strategy at Deutsche Telekom. As a former...

International consulting part of the Group’s growth strategy: Francis Deprez appointed new CEO of Detecon

Deutsche Telekom | August 25, 2011 | Press Release Francis Deprez (46) is to take over as Chief Executive Officer of the international consulting company Detecon effective September 1, 2011. To date, he has been Head of Group Strategy at Deutsche Telekom. As a former...

Deutsche Telekom: U.S. staffing not linked to AT&T deal

Reuters | August 27, 2011 | Peter Maushagen Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) said it had not been cutting jobs at its U.S. arm T-Mobile USA in anticipation of the unit's sale to AT&T (T.N), as reported by a German online magazine on Friday. Read the full article...

Deutsche Telekom: U.S. staffing not linked to AT&T deal

Reuters | August 27, 2011 | Peter Maushagen Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) said it had not been cutting jobs at its U.S. arm T-Mobile USA in anticipation of the unit's sale to AT&T (T.N), as reported by a German online magazine on Friday. Read the full article...

German state deems Facebook “Like” button illegal

Germany has a long, storied history of being both swift and overzealous in their enforcement of privacy and intellectual property laws. Today Germany's Independent Centre for Privacy Protection has issued a blanket ban on the Facebook Like button.

Kabel Deutschland Selects Cisco ASR 9000 Series Routing Platform for Upgraded Broadband and Video Network

Cisco | August 15, 2011 | Press Release SAN JOSE, Calif., August 15 2011 -- Cisco today announced that Kabel Deutschland (KD), Germany's largest cable operator, is deploying Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Routers to aggregate and distribute enhanced video, data and voice services...

Image manipulation could reverse Apple injunction in Samsung Galaxy case

An image used to sway a German court into granting Apple an injunction against sales of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Europe could have been manipulated it has been revealed. Dutch IDG affiliate Webwereld.nl  claims images of Samsung’s tablet – effectively now banned in...

German Court To Hold Hearing In Apple, Samsung Tablet Dispute

Wall Street Journal | August 12, 2011 | Philipp Grontzki FRANKFURT (Dow Jones)--Samsung Electronics Co. (SSNHY, 005930.SE) will go to court on August 25 to appeal an earlier decision banning the South Korean technology giant from selling its Galaxy tablet computer in most of the...

Samsung Galaxy Tab ban spreads to Europe

Last week Apple persuaded an Australian court to ban sales and promotion of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1. Now a court in Germany has also sided with Apple, resulting in an Europe-wide ban on sales of the device.

Deutsche Telekom Second-Quarter Profit Falls on T-Mobile USA Client Losses

Bloomberg | August 4, 2011 | Cornelius Rahn Deutsche Telekom AG (DTE), Europe’s largest phone company, reported a 6.5 percent decline in second-quarter profit before some items as it ceded mobile-phone customers in the U.S. and recorded costs for early retirements in Germany. Read the full...

Deutsche Telekom maintains strong domestic business and sees improvement in many European markets

Deutsche Telekom | August 4, 2011 | Press Release Deutsche Telekom’s financial figures for the second quarter of 2011 are characterized by significantly improved trends in a number of operational areas and a 17-percent increase in adjusted net profit, causing the adjusted EBITDA margin to...

T-Systems' revenues grow in the second quarter

Deutsche Telekom | August 4, 2011 | Press Release As in the first quarter, start-up costs for the major deals secured last year had a noticeable effect on T-Systems' figures. As such, the adjusted EBIT margin totaled 2 percent in the second quarter, down from...

T-Systems’ revenues grow in the second quarter

Deutsche Telekom | August 4, 2011 | Press Release As in the first quarter, start-up costs for the major deals secured last year had a noticeable effect on T-Systems' figures. As such, the adjusted EBIT margin totaled 2 percent in the second quarter, down from...

Deutsche Telekom to Cut Administrative Jobs at German Headquarters in Bonn

Bloomberg | August 1, 2011 | Cornelius Rahn Deutsche Telekom AG (DTE) plans to reduce administrative employees at its headquarters as Europe’s largest phone company tries to improve profitability. Read the full article here via Bloomberg

M-net strengthens position in voice services

Nokia Siemens | July 22, 2011 | Press Release Nokia Siemens Networks’ IP Multimedia Subsystem platform to offer new services M-net Telekommunikations GmbH, a leading operator in Bavaria, Germany, is swapping its existing softswitch with a solution from Nokia Siemens Networks. The operator has selected Nokia...

Poland – PTC and PTK Centertel conclude network agreement

Deutsche Telekom | July 22, 2011 | Press Release Polska Telefonia Cyfrowa, operator of the T-Mobile network, and PTK Centertel, operator of the Orange network, signed an agreement today to share their radio access networks. The agreement covers management, planning, support, development and maintenance of...

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