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Orange's Mousnier-Lompre kicks off latest enterprise overhaul

Appointed to the top job at Orange Business Services this year, the former soccer professional aims to score big in cloud, data and cybersecurity.

Telcos have no easy escape from public cloud lock-in

As the telecom industry's reliance on the public cloud continues to grow, so does the risk of being tied to one provider.

India proposes far-reaching changes in telecom regulations

India proposes sweeping changes, including bringing OTTs under licensing and limiting the regulator's power, through the draft Telecom Bill 2022.

Cloud and hosted UC services outpace growth on-premise

Spending for on-premise and cloud collaboration services grew 8% year-over-year (YoY) for Q2 2022, and hit nearly $15 billion per quarter.

Eurobites: Orange teams up with Netskope for security at the edge

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: OneWeb brings connectivity to superyachts; the digital divide and what to do about it; Iran blocks the Internet.

DTW 2022: Telecom fear and loathing in Copenhagen

The telecom industry revealed its hopes and fears about change and the cloud at the TM Forum's first bash in Denmark, and there was even a naked Dane.

Eurobites: Ofcom launches probe into UK cloud services

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: more holograms ahoy; FiberCop partners with BrainBox; Ericsson touts AI apps for network troubleshooting.

Dish's biggest cloud turns out to be Microsoft, not AWS

The company building a fourth mobile network in the US has a high-profile deal with AWS, but most of its customers seem to rely on Azure.

Jio follows Rakuten into vendor role as telco sector grows older

Having disrupted India's telecom market, Reliance Jio is preparing to sell its platforms to other companies.

Blue Planet's R&D push bears 5G fruit

The automation unit of Ciena is touting its support for 5G network slicing and backing a new multicloud initiative.

Samsung tackles sins of emission with $50B R&D package

South Korean behemoth targets Scope 1 and Scope 2 net zero carbon emissions across all its global operations by 2050.

Flush with more funding, here's where Kaloom is going next

Kaloom earlier this month announced another $21 million in funding. The six-year-old startup plans to use the cash to expand its sales and flesh out its product portfolio.

Airtel, IBM partner to offer edge cloud services in India

Airtel and IBM are offering an alternative for businesses to cloud services that may take data out of India, and may not meet data sovereignty requirements.

Telecom fairy tales and the fall of ONAP

As Copenhagen gets ready to host the TM Forum's big bash, the telecom industry is in need of a reality check.

Optiva steps up 5G charge with Google Cloud

Telco software company Optiva aims to speed time to market for new 4G and 5G services.

QOS Networks CEO brings AIOps to Zayo Group

Former CEO of QOS Networks Frank Cittadino discusses why Zayo acquired managed service provider QOS Networks, Zayo's edge and AI strategies, and plans for future acquisitions.

Google loses bid to cancel monster EU fine

US search giant Google has failed to overturn a €4.3B fine imposed by the European Commission, although the sum is trimmed to €4.1B.

Rebounding BICS plans for decline of roaming empire

The international carrier part of Belgium's Proximus is pushing into cloud communications even as it enjoys a post-COVID-19 revival.

ECTA defends net neutrality in OTT 'fair contribution' debate

ECTA wants to ensure Open Internet principles and the EU regulatory framework are retained.

VMware problems mount as SEC says it misled investors

Virtualization company pays an $8 million settlement after authorities charge it with fiddling the numbers.

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