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Virgin Media cuts 500 support jobs

Virgin Media is cutting as many as 500 jobs as it streamlines its UK staffing arrangements. The company currently employs 14,000 people across more than 100 locations in the UK, but the biggest impact of the cuts will be felt in customer service, where there are plans to reduce the number of sites from eight to four. Centres in Nottingham ... Read More »

Virgin Media cuts 500 support jobs

Virgin Media is cutting as many as 500 jobs as it streamlines its UK staffing arrangements. The company currently employs 14,000 people across more than 100 locations in the UK, but the biggest impact of the cuts will be felt in customer service, where there are plans to reduce the number of sites from eight to four. Centres in Nottingham ... Read More »

Virgin Media cuts 500 support jobs

Virgin Media is cutting as many as 500 jobs as it streamlines its UK staffing arrangements. The company currently employs 14,000 people across more than 100 locations in the UK, but the biggest impact of the cuts will be felt in customer service, where there are plans to reduce the number of sites from eight to four. Centres in Nottingham ... Read More »

Qualcomm: Meet the new boss of everything mobile

(Image: ZDNet) This week, T-Mobile US and Sprint announced their intention to merge, which — if approved — would create the second largest mobile telecommunications provider in North America behind Verizon Wireless and ahead of ATT. Must read: What is 5G? Everything you need to know The technical details of how the two companies intend to merge their infrastructure and ... Read More »

Qualcomm: Meet the new boss of everything mobile

(Image: ZDNet) This week, T-Mobile US and Sprint announced their intention to merge, which — if approved — would create the second largest mobile telecommunications provider in North America behind Verizon Wireless and ahead of ATT. Must read: What is 5G? Everything you need to know The technical details of how the two companies intend to merge their infrastructure and ... Read More »

Telstra gains access to TiVo intellectual property under licensing deal

TiVo Corporation has announced reaching a multi-year deal with Australian telecommunications carrier Telstra for the latter to gain access to its intellectual property (IP) on devices and applications. TiVo, which bills itself as a “global leader in entertainment technology and audience insights”, said the licensing agreement would help the company to continue growing in Australia. “Our long-term relationship with Telstra ... Read More »

Cisco offloads video assets as it streamlines non-core business

Cisco is selling its service provider video software solutions (SPVSS) business as it looks to focus on networking, multi-cloud, security, data and collaboration going forward. Private equity firm Permira will create a new company focused on the creation of video services for the television industry. The portfolio will include Cisco’s Infinite Video Platform, cloud digital video recording, video processing, video ... Read More »

How have network firewalls evolved?

Network World | Apr 29, 2018 Firewalls have become ubiquitous across the enterprise IT landscape because of their proven ability to stop bad traffic from entering corporate networks and protect a company’s most valuable assets. So how have firewalls evolved over the years and what are the latest trends in firewall security? Read More »

Sprint, T-Mobile finalizing merger with John Legere as chief: Report

US wireless carriers Sprint and T-Mobile could announce a merger as soon as Sunday, April 29, according to Reuters and CNBC. The merger of the nation’s third and fourth largest carriers could value Sprint at around $26 billion and see more than 127 million customers. T-Mobile’s John Legere (File photo) T-Mobile majority-owner Deutsche Telekom will own roughly 40 percent of ... Read More »

CityFibre set for £538m takeover

CityFibre has agreed a £538 million takeover deal with two infrastructure investment firms, claiming the acquisition will allow it to establish itself as a genuine rival to BT Openreach. The buyers are Private equity firm Antin Infrastructure Partners and Goldman-Sachs managed fund West Street Global Infrastructure Partners (WSIP) and CityFibre has recommended shareholders accept the offer as it will give ... Read More »

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