AT&T Inc. and Discovery, Inc. have joined forces in creating a premier, standalone global entertainment company. This combines WarnerMedia’s premium entertainment, sports, and news assets with Discovery's leading non-fiction and international entertainment.
Accenture has acquired Electro 80, a leading provider of operational technology (OT) for resources clients in Australia, including mining, energy, engineering, construction and utilities companies. The acquisition expands Accenture’s local digital OT capabilities, which help asset-intensive companies make manufacturing and production operations safer and more efficient. The acquisition also strengthens Accenture’s local capabilities for Industry X, which helps clients digitise their manufacturing, operations and engineering.
Nokia announced it has reached the 100-customer milestone for the Quillionchipset-based broadband solutions used in next-generation fiber and copper telecommunication networks. Quillion is now being deployed in more than 40 countries around the world.
Spending on global public cloud services is projected to reach $332.3 billion in 2021, increasing by 23.1% from $270 billion in 2020. According to Gartner, growth in cloud spending can be attributed to increased adoption in technologies such as virtualization, edge computing and containerization.
Worldwide Telecommunications Services and Pay TV Services revenues totaled $1.53 trillion in 2020, representing flat year-over-year growth, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Semiannual Telecom Services Tracker.
Nokia has been ranked as number one in 5G patents in an independent study.
Tata Communications has announced its fiscal results for FY2021 and the quarter 31 March 2020.
Colt Technology Services has announced an expansion of its VoiceLINE(v) service to Japan, making this offering now available in 14 countries globally.
Huawei hosted its annual Singapore Ecosystem Summit themed ‘Transform with Growth’ on Thursday, 29 April. The summit convened 2,021 participants, including customers, channel business partners, government representatives, academics and industry experts.
Mobile data service revenue in India is expected to rise from US$6.3bn in 2020 to US$12.5bn in 2025 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14.7% driven by continued rise in smartphone subscriptions and the subsequent surge in mobile data consumption, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.