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Telecom Italia chief favors network control in any Open Fiber tie-up

Telecom Italia (TIM) should seek a way to keep control of its fixed-line network if it is merged with smaller infrastructure provider Open Fiber, the former phone monopoly’s chief executive said on Tuesday.


Nokia CEO sees possible benefits from Huawei tensions

Nokia Chief Executive Rajeev Suri said on Tuesday the company could benefit from a U.S. clampdown on Chinese rival Huawei as the race to roll out 5G services heats up.


Vestas takes aim at cheaper U.S. wind power with new turbine

Vestas on Tuesday launched a wind turbine targeting the U.S. market, aiming to simplify how they are built and cut costs further for the renewable energy source.


Qorvo stops chip shipments to Huawei

Radio frequency chipmaker Qorvo on Tuesday joined mobile parts maker Lumentum Holdings Inc in halting shipments to Huawei Technologies, following export restrictions by the United States government.


Trump’s Huawei ban raises hopes for Chinese chip suppliers

Washington’s blacklisting of technology giant Huawei has taken a toll on U.S. semiconductor shares, but China-listed firms have rallied as investors bet they can gain from Beijing’s stepped-up efforts to build a homegrown supply chain.


France: 5G telecoms decision based on security and performance, nobody to be ruled out

Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said a decision by France regarding the 5G telecoms network would be based on security and performance of networks, and added that Paris would not rule out a specific operator as not being welcome.