BT, in collaboration with NHS and Soprano, is experimenting with ‘Patient Concierge’, an AI-aided patient messaging system aimed at enhancing communication and reducing appointment conflicts. With a strong UK government backing and promising outlook from NHS staff, AI integration is on the rise for optimizing healthcare.
VEON commits $600 million investment via Kyivstar for Ukraine’s recovery, focusing on infrastructure, 4G expansion, cybersecurity, and community support, fostering accelerated digitalization and rebuilding efforts.
Ofcom discusses AI’s potential benefits and risks, examining its use in content and telecom industries and addressing concerns about malicious usage. The regulator works with companies to assess safety risks, implement mitigation strategies, and enhance transparency to protect users and promote responsible AI integration.
Spark’s partnership with Lynk Global marks a major milestone in mobile connectivity for New Zealand, testing direct-to-consumer satellite services to enhance network coverage and combat challenges posed by climate change.
European lawmakers clash over a proposed network fee for content and application providers, as majority fear potential implications like stifling innovation, impacting net neutrality, and increasing consumer costs. Telecommunications operators may explore alternative income sources amid uncertain consolidation prospects.
TELUS becomes the first North American CSP awarded ‘Running on ODA’ status, joining global giants in utilizing Open Digital Architecture to transform into agile digital organizations. Achieving cost and time reductions, TELUS delivers enhanced customer experience through cloud-native, vendor-agnostic solutions.
Italian telecom giant TIM’s nine-year Power Purchase Agreement with ERG demonstrates a commitment to eco-friendly energy, sourcing 34% of its energy needs through PPAs, and targeting Net Zero emissions by 2040.
We’ve come a long way since mankind first used smoke signals to communicate, and even farther since cavemen drew pictures on walls. Today, we’re living in a world where we can communicate with anyone, anywhere in the world. Telecommunications has changed dramatically throughout the years. Let’s look at how it grew from its humble origins to what it is now. Rock carvings Petroglyphs are more commonly found than pictographs, and these images were created by carving, engraving or scratching the rock’s surface. Often, these images were important forms of pre-symbol writing and were used in the earliest forms of communication and signage. The oldest art in this particular category is the Bhimbetka Petroglyphs Cupules, in the Auditorium cave situated at Bhimbetka in India, that date back to the Acheulean period, which began between 1.7 million and 1.5 million years ago. Cave paintings Some of the earliest forms of communication are…
TPx, a managed services company that offers cybersecurity, managed networks and cloud communications, has added Penetration Scanning to its Security Advisory Services offering. TPx Penetration Scanning makes use of an automated scanning platform, which allows for quick turnaround times and cost-effective services. This advanced product expands on TPx’s Vulnerability Scanning, which examines network-connected devices in order to discover possible security leaks. The combination of penetration and vulnerability scanning when used jointly offers a more thorough method of risk identification and security reinforcement. TPx Vulnerability and Penetration Scan simulates hacker behavior to assist clients evaluate the probability that a criminal will be able to successfully attack a company’s weaknesses in order to obtain access to systems or secret information on the network. Scanners track a company’s risk profile in almost real-time, with the analysis being conducted as a one-time activity or on a regular basis. Rick Mace, CEO…
DIDWW, a leading global provider of two-way voice and SMS communications, has announced the expansion of its emergency services support to additional countries – Thailand, Panama and Italy. Meeting the highest requirements for regulatory compliance, the company ensures reliable connectivity to Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) using local dialing in these regions. The ability to contact emergency services is vital. DIDWW private, geo-redundant, global network infrastructure is designed to deliver every single call, providing access to emergency services at the most crucial moments. This mission-critical reliability is underpinned by the highest regulatory compliance requirements adhered to by DIDWW, thereby ensuring premium call quality to the relevant PSAPs. Tadas Urbietis, Carrier Relations Manager at DIDWW, added, “We are really pleased to expand our emergency services to Thailand, Panama and Italy, thereby strengthening our offerings to customers in these regions. We are happy to offer peace of mind for our…