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Canada approves the most significant agreement in the history of the country’s telecommunications sector

    The most significant deal in the history of Canada’s telecommunications sector looks set to come to fruition: Rogers Communications’ tentative purchase of Shaw Communications Corporation for 26 billion Canadian dollars ($19 billion) has received approval from Ottawa. This is reported by the Canadian edition of Globalnews.ca. The deal’s… Read More »Canada approves the most significant agreement in the history of the country’s telecommunications sector

    The average speed of mobile Internet in Ukraine should be at least 2 Mbit/s – Fedorov

      The Ministry of Digital Transformation is preparing amendments to the legislation to enable the state to check the speed of mobile Internet. This will allow Ukrainians to receive quality services from mobile operators. This was announced by the Deputy Prime Minister for Innovations, Development of Education,… Read More »The average speed of mobile Internet in Ukraine should be at least 2 Mbit/s – Fedorov

      What if network slicing was the real driving force behind 5G business adoption?

        Network slicing has many advantages, flexibility, simplified management, better performance, security and cost reduction, and its use is growing.  Network  slicing is proving to be an important component of 5G, allowing carriers to partition their network into virtual slices that are independent of each other. This separation of… Read More »What if network slicing was the real driving force behind 5G business adoption?

        The American-Australian “Internet 2.0” will help Ukraine resist attacks by Russian hackers

          The National Cyber ​​Security Center under the NSDC signed a memorandum of cooperation with the leading US and Australian cyber security organization “Internet 2.0”. The parties agreed on cooperation in the field of cyber security and holding joint educational trainings. “Internet 2.0” will provide its technologies… Read More »The American-Australian “Internet 2.0” will help Ukraine resist attacks by Russian hackers

          Ukrainians are warned: hackers from Russia are spreading viruses through torrents

            The State Service for Special Communications and Information Protection warns of the danger of downloading hacked software, because Russian hackers, including special services, spread viruses through torrents. ” Hackers trojanize ISOs and installation files and place them freely available on torrent trackers. If a victim downloads and… Read More »Ukrainians are warned: hackers from Russia are spreading viruses through torrents