Whether it’s important, depressing or just entertaining, the telecoms industry is always one which attracts attention.
Here are the stories we think are worth a second look at this week:
Facebook reignites the fires of its Workplace unit
Facebook has announced its challenge to the video-conferencing segment and a reignition of its venture into the world of collaboration and productivity.
Trump needs fodder for the campaign trail, maybe Huawei fits the bill
A thriving economy and low levels of unemployment might have been the focal point of President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign, pre-pandemic, but fighting the ‘red under the bed’ might have to do now.
Will remote working trends endure beyond lockdown?
It is most likely anyone reading this article is doing so from the comfort of their own home, but the question is whether this has become the new norm is a digitally defined economy?
ZTE and China Unicom get started on 6G
Chinese kit vendor ZTE has decided now is a good time to announce it has signed a strategic cooperation agreement on 6G with operator China Unicom.
ITU says lower prices don’t lead to higher internet penetration
The UN telecoms agency observes that, while global connectivity prices are going down, the relationship with penetration is not as inversely proportion as you might think.
Jio carves out space for yet another US investor
It seems the US moneymen have a taste for Indian connectivity as General Atlantic becomes the fourth third-party firm to invest in the money-making machine which is Jio Platforms.
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