Asian groups set the pace in IT investment

From the Financial Times By Daniel Thomas, Telecoms Correspondent – European companies are investing less than their Asian rivals in important new technology such as mobile devices and the cloud, according to research commissioned by AT&T, the US telecoms group. Read the full article here.  



AT&T and Polycom to Advance Innovative Video Capabilities

AT&T Telepresence Solution® to Support the Polycom® RealPresence® Platform Expanding Interoperable Video Solutions Globally DALLAS and San Jose, Calif, January 15, 2013 – As organizations of all types look to accelerate the adoption of video-based communications and video-enabled business processes, AT&T* and Polycom, Inc., (Nasdaq: PLCM) announced today a strategic … Read more…


VADS Partners with AT&T, expands TelePresence service to 80 countries

Malaysian Wireless – VADS Berhad (VADS), the wholly owned subsidiary of Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM), has signed an agreement with US-based AT&T, enabling VADS Managed TelePresence customers to connect to 80 countries worldwide. Telepresence is the next generation video conferencing technology that allows virtual meetings to be conducted using high-definition … Read more…


AT&T Announces Continued Support for Telecoms Sans Frontieres

AT&T* furthered its commitment to Télécoms Sans Frontières (“TSF”), the world’s leading emergency telecommunications NGO, yesterday with a donation of $150,000, bringing the total level of support AT&T and the AT&T Foundation have given to the charity over the last decade to $800,000.  The donation was presented by Charlene Lake, … Read more…


The voice of business: why internet governance needs strengthening

By Jeff Brueggeman, vice-president public policy at AT&T for The Guardian –  The internet is facing increased threats from intervention that could stifle its unprecedented capacity for social and economic development. As a member of the International Chamber of Commerce initiative ICC Basis, I firmly believe that governments must work … Read more…


AT&T, IBM will offer private network cloud computing

By Kevin J. O’Brien for The Boston Globe BERLIN — AT&T and International Business Machines planned to announce Tuesday that they are teaming up to sell cloud computing services over a mutually owned, private global network to win new business customers reluctant to send sensitive data over the Internet. The … Read more…




Singapore presents a unique challenge

From the Financial Times Christian Horner, team principal of Red Bull, talks to the FT’s Tom Griggs about changes to the geography, economics and technology in Formula One over the last few years.