Virgin Media O2 has connected its entire network of 1.2 million homes in Scotland to gigabit broadband.
EE has installed and activated the Emergency Services Network (ESN) in Glasgow’s Subway stations, connecting all 15 Subway stations. This 4G connection will be important when first responders reach the stage of transitioning to ESN.
The University of Strathclyde is to leverage Medallia Experience Cloud as part of their People Strategy 2025 by committing to listening and responding to the views of staff.
NVIDIA's NVIDIA HGX high performance computing platform will power Tursa, the new DiRAC supercomputer to be hosted by the University of Edinburgh.
Software consultancy Scott Logic has been awarded a new contract to act as implementation and development partner on the Scottish Government's digital identity programme, part of the Scottish Government's Digital Strategy actions to build a suite of common platforms to be adopted across the public sector, transforming government. The commitment is to introduce a digital identity service for users: to develop and establish a trusted and secure service for users to prove who they are, and that they are eligible for a service.
BT is planning to develop a brand new, multi-million pound contact centre in Dundee which will become the new home to around 1,000 employees. The new office will be at West Marketgait in the heart of the city centre, close to the waterfront and part of a £1bn regeneration area.
Partnering with the Scottish Government, the Home Office and WHP Telecoms, EE has connected locations, including Tarskavaig (Skye) and Glencripesdale to its high-speed 4G network, with Killilan (Lochalsh) and Polbain (Wester Ross) due to be connected this summer.
O2 is expanding its partnership with charity Hubbub, with the aim of donating 1,500 devices and 12 months of free connectivity to digitally excluded people across Glasgow.
Ofcom has appointed Elizabeth Partyka as the new Chair of its Advisory Committee for Scotland, and Gerry Crawley as a new member. Ofcom’s Advisory Committee for Scotland provides advice to Ofcom about the interests and opinions of people living in Scotland on all communications matters.