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Content posted in August 2013
Betting on Smart Homes
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8/27/2013  |  1 comment
Cable operators seek gold in home automation and security services but face both entrenched firms and new OTT rivals.
Top 10 Notable Names: Class of 2013
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8/23/2013  |  9 comments
Crazy names? We got 'em...
Going Deeper With IP
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8/22/2013  |  4 comments
Cable techies explore remote PHY approach as way to convert IP to RF signals deeper in HFC network.
Q&A: EE Evolves Its 4G LTE Strategy
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8/22/2013  |  2 comments
VoLTE, LTE-Advanced and more services are coming soon to EE, its director of network strategy tells Light Reading.
Top 10 Carrier WiFi Worries
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8/21/2013  |  8 comments
Authentication, monetization, quality and security make the list of potential roadblocks to WiFi/cellular utopia.
Light Reading's Hall of Fame: The Story So Far
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8/21/2013  |  1 comment
Home to movers, shakers and downright blaggards, Light Reading's Hall of Fame celebrates all those who have made their indelible mark on the telecom industry.
Innovation Makes Life Better for Orange
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8/20/2013  |  3 comments
Giles Corbett needed a degree of independence from his employer Orange to build an OTT service that would complement the carrier's innovation aspirations.
EuroProfile: Accelleran
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8/19/2013  |  1 comment
A Belgian startup with a pedigree management lineup, Accelleran has big plans for small cells in the TDD space.
Confessions of an Oracle Shopaholic: Pt II
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8/19/2013  |  3 comments
In the second part of his exclusive interview with Light Reading, Bhaskar Gorti, the head of Oracle Communications, talks SDN/NFV, sales strategies, competition and the future.
Cisco's Secret Weapon
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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.
Telefónica Digital Plays By Its Own Rules
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8/16/2013  |  11 comments
When it comes to innovation, Telefónica Digital cannibalizes its own revenues, maintains a 'kill list' and keeps acquisitions separate – and it's working
Confessions of an Oracle Shopaholic: Pt I
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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
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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
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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
Industry Events: What Are They Good For?
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8/14/2013  |  100 comments
There are hundreds of trade shows and conferences each year, but which ones are worth attending and why? Tell us and you could win a T-shirt!


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