European telecoms' dilemma: Huawei or the highway?

It's a dilemma for European telecoms firms: Should they steal a march on competitors and rapidly roll out next-generation 5G mobile networks using equipment from top supplier Huawei? Or should they heed US-led warnings of ...

Ericsson to write down 1.4 billion euros in fourth quarter

Swedish telecoms equipment maker Ericsson on Tuesday said it would write down 14.2 billion kronor (1.4 billion euros, $1.8 billion) in assets as the troubled company struggles to compete in a rapidly changing sector.

US seeks to clear the air for 5G wireless

US airwaves should get ready soon for 5G wireless, the promising next generation of mobile networks that will help connect a myriad of devices, a top telecom regulator said Monday.

Cisco chief writes to Obama to decry NSA activities

Cisco chief executive John Chambers has complained to US President Barack Obama about the National Security Agency's spying practices, saying they were harming overseas business for US tech firms.

Satellites helping to modernise railways

Satellites will soon make train travel safer by improving how the networks are controlled in remote areas where ground equipment is too costly.

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