Telecom investors seem happy to see the back of the politician obsessed with cutting prices.
Germain Lamonde fended off a hostile takeover attempt by rival Viavi and made EXFO a private company again. Now he's opening up on what the company plans to do next.
Far more interested in America than Europe, Europe's largest service provider is using Dutch sale proceeds to up its stake in T-Mobile US.
Telecom Italia and three partners are angling for a €900 million contract to build a national cloud hub, paid for by the EU and using licensed Big Tech.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ukrtelecom and Iskratel expand fiber program in Ukraine; Nokia connects Dutch data centers; Roku sets course for Germany.
UK regulator's latest league tables on complaints make uncomfortable reading for Virgin Media as a standalone business, but EE and Sky have a good Q1.
The Multimedia over Coax Alliance is developing a new standard, called MoCA Link, that provides a speedy, low-latency bridge between access devices on the side of the home or on the roof, and the in-home Wi-Fi router.
Spanish incumbent reportedly hires banks to find partners that are willing to stump up between $4.7 billion and $5.9 billion to support ambitious fiber rollout plans at Virgin Media O2.
Sunday Telegraph says SFO looking into 'possible violations of anti-bribery laws and regulations' at UK operator.
The group that defines specifications for open RAN wants to be treated like a standards body, but it does not appear to meet the WTO's criteria.
Hardware price rises loom after the world's biggest chipmaker raises its own chip fees.
Kaan Terzioğlu's operator reaches a deal to sell off 14,500 mobile towers in Russia to longtime partner Service-Telecom.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Africa Data Centres expands; Scottish broadband project sets sail; Qualcomm and Google offer infotainment wizardry to French carmaker Renault.
Companies in the electronic monitoring industry joined those in the alarm sector in urging the FCC to delay AT&T's 3G shutdown. But AT&T hopes to forge ahead with its plans in order to deploy midband 5G.
AT&T warned of a 'substantial imbalance' in the amount of midband spectrum that T-Mobile owns. At issue is the FCC's upcoming auction of 2.5GHz midband spectrum.
Amazon's Kuiper Systems has urged the FCC to dismiss SpaceX's plans, which include two possible satellite configurations, while SpaceX calls it a delay tactic designed to slow competition.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Russia's 5G grand plan; Google, Apple threatened over Navalny app; EIB funds Somalia subsea link.
Verizon partnered with Nokia to deploy a private 5G network for Southampton, the largest of the 21 Associated British Ports.
The use of heavier, massive MIMO equipment means Vodafone's deployment will take time, but the decision will ultimately pay off, it believes.