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    In addition to escalating DDoS attacks, hackers have turned some of the very devices designed for telecom security into attack vectors, according to a recent survey.

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  • Is BT ‘embedding secret spy equipment’ in routers?

    UK telecoms giant BT is accused of enabling GCHQ and the NSA access to customer data through its routers used in millions of homes and businesses across the UK. BT claims it is just a conspiracy theory. Computer Weekly looks at both sides

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  • Mixed reactions as SoftBank announces acquisition of Arm

    Born & Bred: The UK's most successful tech export is acquired by Japanese telecom giant Softbank

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  • Intelisys Global aims to bring channel model to UK telecoms

    Intelisys shakes up UK channel, engaging partners in the telecom and cloud markets

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  • Saudi Telecom Company leads nation’s transformation agenda

    Saudi Telecom Company and its technology partners support the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s drive into digital public services

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  • Five Minute Interview: Andrew Jackson, Intercity Technology

    MicroScope puts its - often nonsensical - questions to Andrew Jackson, CEO of telecoms and IT specialist, Intercity Technology

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  • New Zealand reaps fibre benefits as copper-choked UK risks digital exclusion

    Telecoms and technology consultant, futurist and ex-BT CTO Peter Cochrane highlights the urgency for the UK to consider FTTP if it wants to maintain its place in the world economy

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  • AT&T fiber build still on; SDN survey shows provider deployment

    In telecom news, an SDN survey found service providers are increasing deployments, while AT&T denied it was putting its fiber plans on hold.

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  • 3 reasons to speed legacy to next-gen network migration

    It's about revenue flow. Telecom providers have three good reasons--customer demand, economics and network equipment--to speed their transition from legacy to next-gen telecom networks. Here's how to go about it.

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