BC parents raise health concerns over school WiFi; TM Forum's Willetts sounds off on telecom challenges

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> A group of British Columbia parents voted to limit WiFi technology in schools due to potential health and safety risks. Article

> Vodafone Iceland deployed FTS' Leap Billing solution to support its mobile, fixed and broadband services. Release

> TELUS Health partnered with Sanofi Canada to launch STARsystem, a private web-based platform that gives diabetics free access to personalized education and self-management health tools. Release

> UK's YouView, an online TV service developed by the country's major broadcasters and service providers, has begun trial service in 350 homes. Article

And finally ... Keith Willetts, Chairman of the TM Forum, sounds off in his new book Unzipping the Digital World on how regulators and financial analysts have become obstacles to the success of telecom service providers in the digital era. Video

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