According to a new report, the five largest carriers across Europe have been meeting since 2010 to discuss industry topics.
If you talk to your favorite telecommunications company, you find them concentrating on how they will compete in cloud infrastructure, platform and software services.
The growth of China's mobile industry will weather the economic decline, driven by the rollout of 3G networks and extended coverage into rural areas.
Representatives vote in favor of bill granting immunity to phone companies for participation in President Bush's warrantless surveillance program.
The existing bandwidth between Asia and North America is crowded. Following FCC approval of a U.S.-China link last month, Google and five other companies have announced a Japan-U.S. link to be completed in early 2010.
With temporary spy law expansion set to expire February 1, the Bush administration is ratcheting up pressure for a broader replacement. Not so fast, say Democratic leaders.
While certain broadband funds from the stimulus will be attached to open access provisions, it is still uncertain what that means.
FCC Chairman Kevin Martin says telecoms should be able to recoup their costs for providing broadband service during a Q+A session with USTelecom President and CEO Walter McCormick.
Plaintiffs in privacy case against government allege members of Bush administration have confirmed existence of spy program and want the ability to pursue civil suit.
The Internet advocacy group will argue that its unconstitutional to protect telecoms after they helped Bush administration unlawfully spy on Americans.