Telecoms news from Slovenia
Telekom Austria Group has awarded a contract to ZTE and Kapsch Carrier Com to deploy a mobile CS (Circuit Switched) softswitch network ...more.
The rating also reflects ongoing weak operating and financial performance that is due to competitive pressures and difficult macroeconomic conditions in the company's markets. ...more.
Telekom Slovenije has selected Ericsson to supply radio access networks for 2G, 3G and 4G and an evolved packet core network for 4G, that will provide support across network technologies. ...more.
Moody's has downgraded Telekom Slovenije's long-term issuer rating and senior unsecured rating to Baa3 from Baa2. Concurrently, Moody's has placed the ratings on review for further downgrade. ...more.
The European Commission has decided to refer five Member States - Belgium, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, and Slovenia - to the EU Court of Justice because they have still not implemented the revised EU telecoms rules into their national laws. ...more.
BSS vendor, Subex has announced that Slovenia's Telekom Slovenije is expanding the Subex Revenue Operation Centre (ROC) Fraud Management solution across its entire group. ...more.
Slovenia based Telekom Slovenije has confirmed that it is being sued for EUR86 million by rival telco, Tusmobil. ...more.
Slovenian mobile network, Si.mobil says that it is planning to deploy 3G services over its 900Mhz radio spectrum. ...more.
Slovenian mobile network operator, Mobitel says that it has deployed a test LTE network in the 1800Mhz bands after being granted additional test frequencies by the regulator. ...more.
Slovenian mobile network, Mobitel says that it has enabled support for IPv6 in its network. ...more.
Telekom Slovenia Group has reported that its revenues for the first nine months of this year declined by 1% to EUR 633.3 million, but net profit dropped to EUR6.3 million from EUR37.8 million. ...more.
Turbina IPD, a manufacturer of vertical wind turbines in Bosnia and Herzegovina, says that it has received its first wind turbine purchase order from Slovenian mobile network, Mobitel. ...more.
Nokia Siemens Networks says that it has won a five-year contract from The Telekom Austria Group to replace and modernize its radio networks in Austria, Liechtenstein and Slovenia, and to further deploy 3G services in Serbia and Belarus. ...more.
The contract to sell Slovenia's Tusmobil has already been signed, while the sale will become official once the buyer deposits the required sum, possibly at the beginning of September, ...more.
Telekom Austria Group has seen a five percent drop in first-quarter revenues to US$1.6 billion primarily due to lower revenues in the landline division. Net profits dropped by 34% to US$116.2 million. ...more.
The Slovenian telecoms regulator, APEK has been found guilty of irregularities when it awarded a 3G license by the country's Commission for the Prevention of Corruption. ...more.
Mobilkom austria has started using an enhanced network based on a IMS-ready Mobile Switching Center (MSC) solution supplied by Kapsch CarrierCom and Nortel. The companies have completed the first phase of the project in Austria and work has already begun on the Liechtenstein and Slovenia upgrades. ...more.
Telekom Austria has reported that its mobile Communication customer base grew by 15.2% in 2008 from 15.4 million customers at the end of 2007 to 17.8 million customers at the end of 2008, with all mobile operations contributing to this subscriber growth. ...more.
Slovakia's anti-monopoly authority said Wednesday it is fining Slovak Telekom 885 million koruna (EUR29.2 million) for abusing its dominant market position. ...more.
Sloveniaâ€™s Tusmobil has made the first commercial HSDPA data call just three weeks after signing a contract with Nokia Siemens Networks to upgrade and expand the mobile operatorâ€™s 3G services. ...more.