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Machine Vision 5G use case demonstrated by Ericsson and Vodafone

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Ericsson and Vodafone have successfully demonstrated another 5G Proof of Concept, this time focusing on Machine Vision (MV) application.

Vodafone Italy launches NFV, cloud-based VoLTE

Vodafone Italy is working with Huawei on what the two claim to be the world's first cloud-based VoLTE deployment

Vodafone is the latest carrier to push ahead with rolling out a voice over LTE (VoLTE) service, with its Italian subsidiary launching the service, reports

EMC, Vodafone partner on Internet of Things platform

EMC and Vodafone are teaming on a €2m IoT platform

Storage giant EMC is teaming up with Vodafone to develop and offer a platform for industrial Internet of Things (IoT) service development and testing.

Dropbox, Vodafone buddy up on cloud storage

Dropbox and Vodafone are partnering to push cloud services for consumers

Vodafone is partnering with Dropbox in a deal that will see the telco offer iPhone and Android phone customers free cloud-based storage for a year.

Vodafone nabs Ericsson’s network head to replace outgoing CTO

Johan Wibergh,Vodafone's new CTO

Vodafone’s chief technology officer, Steve Pusey, has announced his intention to retire at the end of July this year. The telco has moved to appoint Ericsson’s executive vice president and the head of its networks business, Johan Wibergh, to replace Pusey in the role of CTO.

ThyssenKrupp taps T-Systems for massive cloud consolidation


German multinational steel producer ThyssenKrupp has signed a deal with Deutsche Telekom subsidiary T-Systems that will see ThyssenKrupp dramatically reduce its datacentre footprint by migrating the majority of its server estate to the cloud.

Vodafone appoints group carrier services director


Mobile operator group Vodafone has announced that telecommunications services provider ACN Europe’s CEO Brian Fitzpatrick will join the firm as group carrier services director.

Vodafone offers TV cloud access in Portugal


Operator group Vodafone has launched a cloud hosting service in Portugal that users can access via their TV screens.

Vodafone sees silver lining in cloud computing

Vodafone, the world’s biggest carrier by revenues, picked a bad week to launch its cloud-based services offering. On Tuesday the firm announced a strategic partnership with Decho to launch a range of cloud computing services starting with Vodafone PC Backup.