On November 6th 2021, Nova (Nasdaq: NVMI) signed a definitive agreement with ancosys, a company known for automated equipment and expertise that controls global chemical-based manufacturing processes.
Mitel has a new UCaaS partner, RingCentral. This contemporary collaboration will mean 35 million current customers in Mitel’s base will be encouraged to use RingCentral’s Message Video Phone (MVP) platform.
With difficulties in supply, Qualcomm has shown that execution is a fundamental factor when functioning in a tight global supply chain. This is its major 2021 differentiator…
The semiconductor market upswing is expected to continue, with new analysis predicting growing demand until the middle of 2022.
Deutsche Telekom is deepening its bet on the US market. The giant German firm has struck a $7 billion deal with SoftBank to buy more shares of US T-Mobile, while also selling T-Mobile Netherlands to a consortium of private equity houses.
The semiconductor supercycle has become a widely accepted narrative, with analysts anticipating that pandemic-driven supply disruption will continue to collide with ongoing geopolitical tensions between the US and China and drive demand for chips through the roof.
In another sign of the deep appetite for network infrastructure investment, UK broadband provider Trooli has secured £67.5 million to roll out fibre in the South East of the UK.
Telefónica Tech, the cloud, security and IoT unit of the Spanish telecoms giant best known for being the joint owner of Virgin Media 02 with Liberty GlobalO2, is buying Cancom’s UK and Ireland operations.
AT&T is moving its Network Cloud to Microsoft, in a deal that will eventually see all of the wireless carrier’s 5G traffic managed using Microsoft Azure.
Of the many industries benefiting from pandemic-induced digital transformation, managed service providers (MSPs) have seen some of the fastest growth.