Revised plan is to exceed its 2022 buildout target of 1 million fiber locations by an additional 100,000 to 200,000 locations. Frontier is still on track to deploy FTTP to 10 million locations by the end of 2025.
Operators need to clear the Chinese vendors out of their 5G networks by mid-2024 and stop buying any products from them later this year.
Market disruptor Iliad, no doubt to the consternation of incumbents in France and Italy, seems to be doing well thank you very much.
HKBN has Hong Kong's most extensive fiber network and the second largest broadband customer base.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Orange appoints new non-exec chairman; small-cell pilot in London's Square Mile; Telefónica virtualizes Rafa Nadal.
Unlike earlier 4G-based use cases, the 5G version of FWA is 'not a secondary backup' for the vast majority of Verizon's commercial services customers, says Verizon Business CEO Tami Erwin.
The Swedish equipment maker is seeking improvements at underperforming units and setting up its enterprise stall.
Fixed wireless rivals face 'a lot of trade-offs they're going to have to sort through' regarding elements such as network capacity and potential congestion, says Dave Watson, president and CEO of Comcast Cable.
The Russian mobile operator reported growth for 2021, but the future is unclear as Moscow's actions in Ukraine affect the domestic market.
The company building America's newest mobile network wants a hybrid cloud deployment and not AWS lock-in, it says.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT makes quantum leap; Richard says no to golden handshake; Telefónica leads investment in wearables-for-seniors startup.
Neville Ray, the operator's chief technology officer, boasts a leadership position following the takeover of Sprint.
Another big investment round will net billions for governments and equipment vendors, while forcing operators to dig deep.
Export agency SACE said to have given go ahead on state guarantee for funding.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Openreach fiber rolls on; Ziggo brings the gig to Hoogeveen; Sparkle teams up with Atos.
After securing a franchise earlier this year, Ting says construction will start this summer on the fiber network, which will eventually connect more than 90,000 homes in the area.
Word of acquisition talks surface more than a month after Bloomberg reported that WideOpenWest was exploring strategic options, including a potential sale.
The UAE-based operator says it has no intention of making an offer for Vodafone and indicates it is fully supportive of the current management.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Deutsche Telekom increases stake in OTE; Vodacom's full-year numbers; Swiss voters want Netflix et al to pay their way.
Following the acquisition of Robin.io in February, the Japanese company is phasing out an older platform it used to support its mobile network.