Salary Survey Report 2014
Prime Reading | 7/23/2014 | 18 comments
Light Reading's fourth annual salary survey of telecom professionals reveals that good times are here again, as salaries are high and optimism is even higher.
What WebRTC Means for Telcos
Prime Reading | 6/2/2014 | 4 comments
Communication service providers are figuring out what role they can play in WebRTC through APIs, IMS, or their own services.
SK Telecom Sounds Off on WebRTC
Prime Reading | 5/9/2014 | 2 comments
Choi Jin-ho, manager of SK Telecom's ICT R&D division, offers Light Reading his thoughts on WebRTC's hype, challenges, and opportunities.
C Spire Lets SPIT Percolate
Prime Reading | 4/8/2014 | 3 comments
C Spire's Percs reward program was a homegrown SPIT initiative, but the regional carrier's COO says there's more opportunity for it to blend the worlds of IT and networks.
Doing the Dirty Work Pays Off
Prime Reading | 3/27/2014 | 14 comments
Larissa Herda and her tw telecom team chose the hard way when integrating a major acquisition in 2006, and the clean data they created is paying off now.
Top 5 NFV Movers & Shakers
Prime Reading | 1/8/2014 | 15 comments
Network functions virtualization (NFV) is just about the hottest trend in the global telecom sector – here's a look at five of the key individuals driving the NFV agenda.
Why WiFi-First Works for Wireless
Prime Reading | 12/30/2013 | 9 comments
Republic Wireless, Scratch Wireless, and other new entrants are showing there's an appetite for a WiFi-fueled alternative to expensive mobile data plans.
Touring Sprint's Well Oiled MVNO Factory
Prime Reading | 11/21/2013 | 8 comments
Supporting over 100 unique MVNOs with unique business models takes more than just an open network strategy, but Sprint's able to do it with just its legacy IT infrastructure.
Thinking Inside the Box
Prime Reading | 10/7/2013 | 1 comment
Cable operators pursue deals with CE makers and other retail hardware manufacturers to keep customers from cutting the cord.
Pulling the Strings At Genband
Prime Reading | 9/12/2013 | 3 comments
New CEO David Walsh says an IPO is now unlikely for the networking vendor, but says it will continue to acquire competitors now that its transition to a software company is complete.
Betting on Smart Homes
Prime Reading | 8/27/2013 | 1 comment
Cable operators seek gold in home automation and security services but face both entrenched firms and new OTT rivals.
Going Deeper With IP
Prime Reading | 8/22/2013 | 4 comments
Cable techies explore remote PHY approach as way to convert IP to RF signals deeper in HFC network.
Prime Reading | 8/19/2013 | 1 comment
A Belgian startup with a pedigree management lineup, Accelleran has big plans for small cells in the TDD space.
Cisco's Secret Weapon
Prime Reading | 8/16/2013 | 2 comments
Pankaj Patel isn't visible at Cisco's front line too often but he's one of the big guns when it comes to steering the vendor's strategic path.
Confessions of an Oracle Shopaholic: Pt I
Prime Reading | 8/14/2013 | 2 comments
The head of Oracle Communications, Bhaskar Gorti, has a shopping habit. In the first part of an exclusive interview with Light Reading he talks about the empire he has built through M&A during the past seven years and how current trends are influencing his strategic thinking
The Best-Funded Mobile Startups of 2013
Prime Reading | 8/14/2013 | 9 comments
The best-funded private mobile companies of 2013 so far – compiled with Rutberg & Co. data – are a diverse bunch pulling in major valuations for all kinds of infrastructure and apps
Top 10 Carrier SDN Vendors
Prime Reading | 8/14/2013 | 2 comments
Who's poised to make a mark in carrier-grade software-defined networking? Your guess is as good as ours – so, here's ours
From The Founder
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