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    China Telecom is expanding its data center capacity in Hong Kong as part of the collaboration agreement with Global Switch signed in April. The company has added a new floor with its Shatin data center to increase server capacity, and has also arranged to
    China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has given approval for a pilot program involving opening investment in China Unicom to the private sector, to evaluate transitioning to a mixed ownership model for the market's state-ow
    More big tech companies are lining up to invest in a unit of telecommunications giant China Unicom (728. HK). Reuters reports that internet majors Baidu (BIDU) and JD.com (JD) will join peers including Tencent (700.HK) and Alibaba (BABA) to invest up to U
    BEIJING: Telecommunications operator China United Network Communications said on Sunday it is still in talks with potential strategic investors and has not yet signed any binding agreements. Reuters reported on Friday that Baidu Inc and will join other bi
    The Philippines government is considering lifting foreign ownership restrictions on local telecoms companies and other utilities to help stimulate the industry. The government has proposed to raise the current cap limiting foreign direct ownership to 40%
    The mining sector will spend around $2.9 billion on private networking - particularly wireless broadband technology - in 2022, leading to strong opportunities for LTE vendors and operators, according to ABI Research. The company predicts there will be sub
    Worldwide IT spending is expected to increase by 4.5% in 2017 in constant currency terms, a significant improvement on last year’s growth of 2.5%, according to IDC. The latest addition of the research firm's Worldwide Black Book forecasts
    EU ministers have signed a declaration at an informal meeting in Tallinn underlining Europe's commitment to making 5G networks a success. The meeting of telecom ministers called by the Estonian presidency of the EU is expected to discuss plans to ma
    Cavium and China Unicom announced they are launching a program to test 5G technology that uses Cavium silicon-based white box hardware in mobile central office re-architected as data center (M-CORD) racks. Unicom will use M-CORD racks with Cavium&rsqu
    Although 5G is still a few years from becoming a reality, Juniper Research has identified five mobile carriers as the “most promising 5G mobile network operators” – namely SK Telecom, NTT Docomo, KT Corp, China Mobile and AT&T Mo
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