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By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 9/16/2016
The concept of Narrowband-IoT is simple, yet operators don't seem to have settled on what to call the technology.
By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 9/14/2016
Come with me and experience the faded glory of CTIA Super Mobility Week in pictures one last time!
By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 9/8/2016
LAS VEGAS -- CTIA Super Mobility Week 2016 -- Oh dear, there's nothing more depressing than walking into the press room on the first morning of a major wireless show and finding it ...
By Sarah Thomas, Director, Women in Comms, 9/11/2015
In anticipation of a number of 2G networks launching in the US dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), T-Mobile is launching a program to help smoothly migrate its last remaining ...
By Jason Meyers, Executive Editor, 9/12/2014
LAS VEGAS -- Super Mobility Week -- The CTIA's sprawling new event made an effort to cram everything mobile into one place -- connected cars, mobile network infrastructure, devices, ...
By Jason Meyers, Executive Editor, 9/10/2014
LAS VEGAS -- Super Mobility Week -- The keynote panel that opened the second day of CTIA's event here today echoed a common refrain of this show: The first place the Internet of Things ...
By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 9/9/2014
LAS VEGAS -- Super Mobility Week -- Smart homes and big brains are mingling in Sin City as the CTIA tries gamely to make its wireless show matter in a 4G World.
By Jason Meyers, Executive Editor, 9/9/2014
LAS VEGAS -- Super Mobility Week -- RacoWireless has signaled a further dive into the application side of the Internet of Things (IoT) with the unveiling of an app store designed to ...
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Telecom Innovators Video Showcase
Nominum & Security for Small to Midsized Businesses

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Arlen Frew discusses the latest security innovations Nominum is working on, from credential threats to encryption theft secured by their latest software that monitors Internet activity and potential malware within a group of employees.
LRTV Custom TV
Light Reading Explores Software-Defined Capacity With Infinera

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DENVER, 10/11/2017 – At the Light Reading NFV and Carrier SDN event in Denver, Craig Matsumoto, Light Reading's editor in chief, sat down with Mark Showalter, Infinera's senior director of software product marketing, to discuss the role of software-defined capacity for optical networks.
LRTV Interviews
AT&T: Designing Hardware for the Cloud

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DENVER, 10/11/2017 – Hardware is simplified, and cloud-based software is distributed as micro-services across many servers, so failure of one isn't impactful, says Tom Anschutz, distinguished member of technical staff at AT&T. In support of this new approach, AT&T is submitting its hardware designs to the Open Compute Project including, most recently, its XGS-PON ...
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Technology & Test: Preparing for 5G

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SAN FRANCISCO, 10/10/2017 – As LTE rapidly moves towards 5G, companies must prepare and transition in order to handle advanced features and standards. In this informative video, Anritsu provides insight into the technology and capabilities evolution to 5G as well as the considerations and impact on test and measurement moving forward.
LRTV Interviews
Verizon on Automating Network Services

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DENVER, 10/10/2017 – Verizon's Fred Oliveira addresses challenges to NFV orchestration, including the amount of time spent managing individual network elements. Oliveira says the industry needs to move away from spending significant time developing individual, low-level VNFs and focus on driving more automation of network services.
LRTV Documentaries
The Telecoms.com Podcast: Up to No Good

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The Light Reading sandwich makes an appearance once more as Scott is joined by Ray and Iain. They start by arguing the toss over whether ISPs should be allowed to sell broadband on the basis of "up to" a maximum speed that is rarely achieved, which leads to a showdown between the LR lads. Roaming further afield, they reflect on the turmoil in the Indian telecoms ...
LRTV Interviews
BT: NFV Services Taking Hold

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DENVER, 10/9/2017 – BT's Jim Sabey says the global operator is delivering cloud-based virtualized services and developing its own app store, overcoming early customer concerns about the reliability of virtualization. As a result, technology BT has used internally for years is now directly serving customers.
LRTV Interviews
Bill Walker's Best Practices for Transformation

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CenturyLink's director of network architecture shares his practical insights on a number of topics, including how to best train and retain good network/IT folks, the challenges of converting COs and wire centers to data centers, and why "fast pivot" makes more sense than "fast failure."
Women in Comms Introduction Videos
Sprint's Stark on Stepping Out of the Comfort Zone

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DENVER, 10/5/2017 – Jill Stark, region president of enterprise sales for Sprint, shares her approach to leading a diverse team. In addition, Stark addresses the importance of seeking out mentors, and encourages women in the communications industry to take risks and step out of their comfort zone in order to meet their career goals.
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OneAccess & Virtualization-Enabled Managed Enterprise Services

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DENVER, 10/4/2017 – Pravin Mirchandani, OneAccess CMO, describes the impact of NFV on the enterprise router market and how OneAccess as a service provider specialist is best positioned to help them with the challenging issue of service migration with a flexible, open portfolio from the NETCONF-enabled router to the white box CPE and VNFs.
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How to Identify & Prevent Communication Failures in NFC Transactions

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Imagine your company produces contactless payment terminals (NFC) for banking and retail. Recently, you keep getting complaints from the payment provider about failed payment transactions in a certain region. How to find the cause of the problem? It is much too costly to send out engineers to check all faulty terminals. Don't worry, the new COMPRION TraceCase ...
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IP Infusion Introduces Carrier-Grade OcNOS for Open Networking

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DENVER, 10/4/2017 – At Light Reading's NFV and Carrier SDN Event in Denver, Shaji Nathan of IP Infusion introduces their complete network operating systems to Light Reading.