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Delving into Wind Tre’s recent maneuverings with a proposed sale to EQT, marks another twist in the intricate telecommunications landscape. Initial strategies aimed to restructure the Italian operator’s fixed and mobile assets were fueled by intense competition. Yet, the hanging threads of existing network sharing agreements and a looming February deadline complications, streamed the planned transaction to an impasse.

In a significant development aimed at bolstering fiber access across the United States, Zyxel Communication, a leading provider of secure broadband networking solutions, has joined forces with Windstream to supply essential WiFi 6E hardware for their 8 gig expansion. This collaboration marks a major milestone for both companies, as they strive to bring high-speed internet connectivity to underserved communities in Windstream’s 18-state service area.

EQT’s acquisition of a 60% stake in a new company formed to own and operate Wind Tre’s fixed and mobile network assets promises innovation and growth for the Italian telecoms sector. While the deal is still awaiting regulatory approval, it highlights a broader trend in infrastructure monetization and strategic partnerships, paving the way for sustainable market competition.

The UK’s first live wind and solar-powered mobile phone mast has been activated in Pembrokeshire (Wales) by Vodafone UK. The self-powered mast will provide 4G service to the community of Eglwyswrw and will be powered by a wind turbine, solar panels and on-site battery storage.    The new mast contributes to Vodafone’s goal of achieving net zero emissions by 2027 for its UK operations. The mast is meant to eliminate the requirement for a connection to the national energy grid, a strategy that will assist in delivering connectivity in rural and distant places that are now without those critical services.   The mast is equipped with a one-of-a-kind wind turbine that can generate electricity even in low wind conditions and can be deployed without the need for electrical connections. This infrastructure is also extremely quiet, making it ideal for installation in sensitive locations.   The study is being carried out…

Exertis Cybersecurity, a leading distributor of cybersecurity solutions, has announced its collaboration with Object First, the developer behind Ootbi (Out-of-the-Box-Immutability), a groundbreaking ransomware-proof backup storage appliance tailored for Veeam®. This partnership signifies a significant stride in Exertis Cybersecurity’s mission to furnish cutting-edge cybersecurity solutions to organizations across Europe.

Verizon launches AI-driven apps to improve customer service by streamlining interactions. The European Commission designates Booking.com as a ‘gatekeeper’ and plans antitrust charges against Microsoft for bundling Teams with Office. Telstra establishes a regional network hub in Guam at GNC iX data center. GlobalData underscores US telcos’ struggle to stand out in the B2B channel.