Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Portuguese authorities round on Huawei; Nokia unveils new core software; Arm touts new chip designs.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Saudi-Europe subsea deal agreed; Tesla rear-ended by data issues; OpenAI boss loves Europe after all.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Iceland trials OneWeb connectivity; Microsoft appeals UK's Activision decision; AI and data privacy.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: DAZN fights the content pirates; CityFibre boss responds to Equinox 2 decision; BT to stop printing the Phone Book.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: KPN goes 5G standalone; OneWeb builds hyperscale ground station; old queens and new technologies.
AT&T argued that neither T-Mobile nor SpaceX has done its homework. The operator said they haven't provided the details necessary to support connections between T-Mobile phones and SpaceX satellites.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: UK has a chips plan; OneWeb sends up 16 more satellites; EU tells off TikTok.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: UK altnets reach 8 million premises; Poland's Hawe Telekom turns to Infinera; Musk's Starlink gear discounted in UK.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Bouygues buoyant in Q1; TIM sell-off saga latest; smart-city developments in Italy and the UK.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: OneWeb partners with ISat in Africa; Nokia saves energy; Ericsson goes underground in Japan.
AT&T is looking to give startup AST SpaceMobile a lease to some of its 850MHz A and B Block spectrum as well as some of its lower 700MHz B and C Block spectrum.
EchoStar plans to launch hundreds of additional low-Earth orbit (LEO) satellites in the coming years that the company's CEO said would provide '5G wideband service.'
Dish's satellite TV subscriber losses ballooned to 318,000 in the first quarter of 2023. Meanwhile, the company is already making moves to freshen up its aging satellite fleet.
Starlink offers faster broadband than local telcos, Ookla survey shows.
Globalstar's top executive said the company is now in 'deal mode' following a successful expansion of its emergency messaging service with Apple. He said two deals are already in the pipeline.
It may be hard to predict business models for direct-to-device (D2D) services, but Iridium CTO Greg Pelton is confident D2D will need a global network to succeed.
'The need urgently exists to accommodate the planned communications and data transmission requirements of long-term and continuous commercial and scientific operations on and around the moon,' said the FCC.
The editors discuss Arelion's take on SMS security, Altice USA's growth and pay-TV struggles, Qualcomm's drop in stock and satellite connectivity.
With the launch of a new high-capacity satellite focused on the Americas, Viasat is sizing up participation in the BEAD program, with an emphasis on areas where fiber build costs are extremely high.
Rogers announced new partnerships with SpaceX and Lynk Global in a move demonstrating one of the strategies operators can pursue in the direct-to-device (D2D) satellite race.