However, I noticed these grammatical errors which seem to have escaped your attention:Dr Reynolds said Telecom had doubled the processing power of its XT’s two radio network controllers since the outage, and that two additional RNCs would be installed in March.
I don't see an error here. The apostrophe in XT's represents possession between XT and the radio network controllers, while the use of the word its represents possession between Telecom and XT. Remember that an apostrophe is used to indicate possession in the case of a proper or common noun, but the apostrophe is omitted in the case of a pronoun.
There are plenty of clumsy grammar and punctuation errors out there in the mainstream media but this isn't one of them.
I have to say that whowever we may not like some of the mainstream content, spelling errors are not even close to what we see in forums, Twitter, Facebook, etc.