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By Sarah Thomas, Director, Women in Comms, 4/25/2016
We've said from the beginning that there is strength in numbers, and we're thrilled to report our numbers keep on growing for Women in Comms. Today, we've announced the addition of seven ...
By Ray Le Maistre, Editor-in-chief, 4/20/2016
The judging is over and the Leading Lights 2016 shortlists have been published -- you can see who made the cut by clicking on this link.
By Sarah Thomas, Director, Women in Comms, 4/20/2016
Women in Comms' inaugural Leading Light awards nomination process was a huge success. We were thrilled to receive a number of nominations for highly qualified women who are making a ...
By Ray Le Maistre, Editor-in-chief, 4/20/2016
As a term, network functions virtualization (NFV) has been around for almost four years, yet 2016 will be the year when the global telecom network operator community finally gets serious ...
By Sarah Thomas, Director, Women in Comms, 4/5/2016
You may recognize the name Hedy Lamarr from the silver screen in the 1930s to 1950s, but the "most beautiful woman in Europe" was much more than a pretty face. She also co-invented the ...
By Sarah Thomas, Director, Women in Comms, 3/30/2016
Chris Luke wants to shine a light on the lack of women in tech -- an underwater flashlight, to be specific.
By Ray Le Maistre, Editor-in-chief, 3/29/2016
Time is running out to participate in Leading Lights 2016, the industry's most prestigious awards program, but the good news is that it's quick and easy to enter and there are plenty of ...
By Sarah Thomas, Director, Women in Comms, 3/17/2016
A quick update on WiC's progress since we launched in January, as well as a preview of upcoming events and tour of the website. Get in touch to join the movement!
By Sarah Thomas, Director, Women in Comms, 2/16/2016
Every year, Light Reading hands out more than 20 awards chronicling the best new products, services, strategies and companies in the communications space. Many of them are driven by women ...
By Sarah Thomas, Director, Women in Comms, 2/8/2016
It's not surprising that Margaret Chiosi ended up being a Distinguished Network Architect; she's been distinguished -- or at least distinguishable -- her whole life.
By Carol Wilson, Editor-at-large, 12/29/2015
Much of my work in the past year has been on Light Reading events, so it's not surprising that some of my most memorable moments of 2015 happened on the stages I helped set. Here's a look ...
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LRTV Interviews
AT&T Expert on the Key Pillars of UC

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Vishy Gopalakrishnan, AVP of product marketing at AT&T, talks about the three developments that are making unified communications and collaboration secure and reliable for enterprise users.
LRTV Documentaries
LRTV Report: Mobile Core Innovation

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Hear from multiple industry experts from Deutsche Telekom, SK Telecom, Heavy Reading, Huawei, Cisco, Ericsson, Nokia, NEC and many more about developments in the mobile core as operators virtualize their IMS and evolved packet core systems and prepare for a 5G world.
LRTV Huawei Video Resource Center
NFV World Congress Highlight

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The highlight of the NFV World Congress contains exciting telecom news. Join us for an inside look at Huawei's ICT 2020 plan and its latest collaboration with industry leaders.
LRTV Interviews
Unified Comms Finds Its Voice

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Peter Quinlan, VP of UCC Product Management at Tata Communications, talks about the evolution of the unified communications and collaboration services sector and how voice is now a big part of current developments.
LRTV Documentaries
So... What Do We Do Now?

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After a long hiatus, Max Dingman, the CEO of a GeeGhiz, returns for a motivational board room pep talk.
LRTV Documentaries
NAB 2016 Highlights

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Light Reading's Cable/Video Practice Leader Alan Breznick climbs down from the slots to tell us about the latest news in broadcast technology at NAB 2016 in Las Vegas.
Between the CEOs
CEO Chat: Deepfield's Craig Labovitz

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In this latest installment of the CEO Chat series, Craig Labovitz, co-founder and CEO of Deepfield, sits down with Light Reading's Steve Saunders in Light Reading's New York City office to discuss how Deepfield fits in with the big data trend and more.
Shades of Ray
Leading Lights 2016: Shortlists Announced

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The judging is over and the Leading Lights 2016 shortlists have been published -- you can see who made the cut by clicking on this link.
LRTV Custom TV
Introducing MulteFire – Qualcomm at MWC 2016

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MulteFire is the latest option for using LTE in unlicensed spectrum. As oppose to its close 'siblings', LAA and LTE-U, MulteFire operates solely in unlicensed spectrum, which enables it to offer the best of two worlds – LTE-like performance with WiFi-like deployment simplicity. In this interview, Sanjeev Athalye, Sr. Director, Product Management at Qualcomm ...
Between the CEOs
CEO Chat: Grant Van Rooyen of Cologix

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Grant van Rooyen, president and CEO of Cologix, sits down with Steve Saunders, founder and CEO of Light Reading, in the vendor's New Jersey facility to offer an inside look at the company's success story and discuss the importance of security in the telecom industry.
LRTV Huawei Video Resource Center
ONS 2016 – Demonstration of Huawei's NetMatrix Multi-Vendor SDN Orchestrator

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This demonstration shows how Huawei's NetMatrix SDN Orchestrator (SDN-O) addresses an operator's core service agility needs for services spanning multi-domain, multivendor networks: it includes a demonstration of:
- Rapid New Service Design: using YANG to model a complex example of multi-domain, multivendor L3VPN network connectivity service that ...
LRTV Custom TV
AT&T Wants to Own North Carolina

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Venessa Harrison, president of North Carolina for AT&T, tells how the company will expand its GigaPower service beyond the seven N.C. cities it already serves.

  • This blog, sponsored by AT&T, is the second part of a ten-part series examining next-generation broadband technologies titled "Behind the Speeds."