Darryll Dewan, CEO of Total Site Solutions (TSS), unveils the dynamic landscape of data centers in 2024. TSS’s report highlights key trends: modular data centers’ rise, heightened security needs, sustainability emphasis, and the widening skills gap. Dewan emphasizes adaptability amid AI-driven shifts, underscoring the need for proactive planning and collaboration.

Discover key strategies for a seamless switch to VoIP technology. Expert tips for successful implementation. VoIP Fundamentals

VoIP adoption offers transformative benefits, yet challenges loom. Selecting a reliable provider is paramount, demanding thorough research on reputation, features, and support. Compatibility, call quality, scalability, and network readiness necessitate meticulous planning. Security, emergency services, cost management, compliance, number portability, and employee readiness further demand attention. Successful migration hinges on strategic planning and informed decision-making.

The UK CMA raised alarms regarding the possibility of a collusion among American tech giants, aiming to manipulate the AI market. AI

The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has raised alarms regarding the possibility of a collusion among a handful of American tech giants, aiming to manipulate the AI market in their favor. The focus of their worry centers on the control exerted by these companies over the development and commercialization of foundation models (FMs), with Open AI’s GPT being a prominent example.

Snom, the premium brand for IP based communications, is celebrating a successful year after reaping the rewards of its international outlook. UCaaS

Snom, the premium brand for IP based communications, is celebrating a successful year in business after reaping the rewards of its international outlook. This year, Snom’s business skyrocketed in both Spain and Italy. In other European regions, such as France, the United Kingdom and DACH, the manufacturer preserved its market share and it also increased its presence in the Middle East.

Swisscom and Ericsson unveiled a multi-year agreement to boost Swisscom's innovation and increase energy efficiency for its 5G network. 5G

Continuing their established partnership, Swisscom and Ericsson unveiled a multi-year agreement to boost Swisscom’s innovation and increase energy efficiency for its 5G network. The pact includes Ericsson’s Intelligent Automation Platform, facilitating advanced network management. Their united effort aims to significantly enhance user experience, while also pushing for sustainability and substantial operational savings.

In a determined move to expand its capital, Vodafone Idea has publicized plans to marshal up to $2.16 billion via India's largest FPO. Market Watch

Vodafone Idea is initiating one of India’s largest follow-on public offerings, seeking to amass roughly $2.16 billion. Placing the firm under pressure is its struggle against a decreasing market share and encumbering debt, the result of fierce competition within India’s telecommunications industry. Despite currently being hindered by its financial situation to invest in network enhancements, expectations linger for the telecom’s debut of 5G services by year’s end.

Telecom News | Week #15: Huawei R&D complex, 6G device development, launch of MASV Solutions Partner Program, LEAP's global reach expansion. News Roundup

Huawei is nearing completion of a large R&D complex in Shanghai focused on semiconductor technology. Fujitsu, NEC, NTT, and DoCoMo have unveiled a groundbreaking ‘top-level sub-terahertz 6G device’ achieving 100 Gbps speeds over 100-meter distances in the 100 GHz and 300 GHz bands. MASV’s Solutions Partner Program simplifies large file transfers using their cloud-based platform. LEAP is expanding global customer outreach with Vonage’s Communications APIs and SIP Trunking for scalable cloud connectivity.

China's MIIT unveiled a new pilot scheme aimed at easing foreign ownership restrictions on a variety of value-added telecom services (VATS). Market Watch

China’s telecommunication landscape is set for a potential paradigm shift as the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) pilots a novel scheme to alleviate foreign ownership constraints in various value-added telecom services. Primarily trialed in Beijing, Shanghai, Hainan, and Shenzhen, this bold change could stimulate innovation by aligning these industries with global trade norms.