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Fujitsu Limited and Oracle have joined forces to introduce innovative cloud and AI capabilities tailored to the digital sovereignty needs of Japanese enterprises and government agencies. This collaboration focuses on leveraging Oracle Alloy to enhance Fujitsu’s Hybrid IT offerings, particularly its Fujitsu Uvance platform designed to assist clients in business growth and societal problem-solving.

LogRhythm, the company helping security teams stop breaches by turning disconnected data and signals into trustworthy insights, is holding its revamped cybersecurity summit, RhythmWorld Europe, to elevate cybersecurity collaboration. RhythmWorld Europe will bring together industry experts and professionals to share key knowledge to overcome the most pertinent modern threats. The summit returns for a second year following its successful European launch in 2023 and will take place on 30th April 2024 at CodeNode, London.

In a recent development, the Japanese government has passed a significant amendment to longstanding telecom regulations, marking a pivotal moment for NTT, the country’s telecom giant. The amendment, announced by NTT on Wednesday, encompasses several key changes, including the liberation from R&D information sharing obligations and the allowance for non-Japanese directors on its board.

The clock is ticking for the Federal Communications Commission’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), offering qualified households valuable monthly internet discounts. However, with the fund balance dipping below $1.8 billion, the financial resources may only last until April. Several providers have presented strategies to maintain continuity, offering budget-friendly plans of as low as $10.

Bridging the digital divide in vast and harsh terrains like the Scottish Highlands, VMO2 embarks on a novel approach, utilizing a constellation of Low Earth Orbit satellites from Starlink for critical backhaul services. Bypassing conventional, costly terrestrial infrastructure, VMO2’s tests have proven the potency of satellite technology in improving coverage across the UK.

The recent merger of Orange Spain and MasMovil, forming the telecoms behemoth ‘MasOrange,’ has set the Spanish telecommunications scene abuzz. This union, approved by the European Commission, woos Telefonica – a potential powerhouse partner, disrupts EU regulations on allocated spectrum, and incites the emergence of Digi as a significant player.

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.

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.