Monday, 21 May 2018

So...what's new?

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Friday 18 August 17

Stasis in certain areas of the telecoms industry, but important developments in the U.S., China and elsewhere, plus some interesting commentary on the fortunes of the world's biggest equipment makers.

After a year in the wilderness, I returned to the telecoms industry this week, brimming with excitement at the thought of all the fascinating developments I must surely have missed during my absence. Imagine my surprise, then, when the first story I see plastered across the vast majority of the U.K.'s news outlets is that BT plans to scrap half of its 40,000 phone boxes over the next five years…

After a year in the wilderness, I returned to the telecoms industry this week, brimming with excitement at the thought of all the fascinating developments I must surely have missed during my absence. Imagine my surprise, then, when the first story I see plastered across the vast majority of the U.K.'s news outlets is that BT plans to scrap half of its 40,000 phone boxes over the next five years…

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