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By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 9/30/2016
Qualcomm is reportedly in talks to buy Dutch semiconductor firm NXP in a deal that could be worth $30 billion or more.
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By Mitch Wagner, West Coast Bureau Chief, Light Reading, 9/28/2016
The cloud era launched when a company with a passionate following but marginal profitability got into a new line of business that at first seemed completely unrelated ...
By Mitch Wagner, West Coast Bureau Chief, Light Reading, 9/22/2016
Cisco and Salesforce on Thursday announced an alliance to boost business user productivity by jointly developing and marketing collaboration and Internet of Things ...
By Mitch Wagner, West Coast Bureau Chief, Light Reading, 9/21/2016
Microsoft on Wednesday announced it's opening its first cloud data centers in Germany, in partnership with Deutsche Telekom, to comply with local data sovereignty laws.
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 Iain Morris, News Editor, 9/12/2016
SoftBank has become the latest telco to announce a big commitment to LoRa technology, revealing that it will begin providing Internet of Things (IoT) services -- ...
By Carol Wilson, Editor-at-large, 9/12/2016
Verizon continued to bulk up its Internet of Things (IoT) play today, buying Sensity, a company which embeds networking technology in LED lighting systems as part of ...
By Brian Santo, Senior editor, Test & Measurement / Components, Light Reading, 9/8/2016
There is a gaping security hole at the network edge that Avaya Inc. intends to fill with some souped-up, hyper-segmentation capabilities.
By Robert Clark, 8/31/2016
SK Telecom may have been pipped on the rollout of the world's first nationwide IoT network, but it hasn't checked its broad IoT ambitions.
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About one third of US adults want connected car features. However, in 2015, only about 5.3% bought a new car, and the average age of cars on the road in the US is ...
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The 3GPP isn't known for its haste. In the race to fill the gap for a low-power, wide-area (LPWA) communications technology, the cellular specifications group has ...
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Iain Morris , News Editor , 2/16/2016
German industry needs a digitalization makeover. Can the Industrie 4.0 initiative ...
US Giants Carve Out Role in the Industrial IoT
Sarah Thomas , Director, Women in Comms , 2/2/2016
AT&T and Verizon are taking different approaches to the Industrial Internet of ...
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From Philly, With Love

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Join Alan Breznick, cable's answer to the Italian Stallion, as he runs through the highlights of SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, lumbers along in Rocky Balboa's footsteps and searches for the perfect Philadelphia cheesesteak.
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CenturyLink: SD-WAN Customers Looking for Value Not Cost Savings

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At NFV & Carrier SDN in Denver, CenturyLink's Eric Nowak told Light Reading that when customers launch SD-WAN, they aren't necessary looking to save money, but instead they are looking for more value from what they're spending. He also shared some unique case studies and lessons learned from launching SD-WAN services.
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Flexible Deployment Approaches for the Gigabit Services Evolution

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For many operators, the gigabit evolution begins with the shift from DOCSIS 3.0 to DOCSIS 3.1. But that move represents a change not only in the protocol itself, but in the approach to architecting their entire DOCSIS delivery chain -- from the headend to the outside plant and home gateway components.

Jonathan Ruff, senior director of global technical ...

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Level 3 VP: Enterprises Need More for Less

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Andrew Dugan, Level 3 group vice president of global technology and IT, says enterprises need more bandwidth and they need it faster and with greater security, but they want to spend less, if possible. They are looking to carriers to reduce their network complexity and help protect them from cyberattacks as well.
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CenturyLink: SDN/NFV Pose New Interconnection Possibilities

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Network operators should develop new APIs and business processes for reselling virtual assets to each other, says CenturyLink's Bill Walker. That will enable them to build digital business portfolios that help them avoid becoming commodity transport providers.
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Level 3: Overcoming Terror of Being Supplier, Integrator & Developer

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At Light Reading's NFV & Carrier SDN event in Denver, Travis Ewert of Level 3 Communications said there is terror in becoming supplier, integrator and developer, but it can be overcome and be cost effective.
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Introducing IoT World News

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Self-driving cars, medical sensors, smart cities... and refrigerators. In order to address the huge scope of IoT, KNect365 has created a unique online community that will help businesses to understand and monetize the opportunities that live within the IoT market. We look forward to welcoming you to IoT World News -- your gateway to a better connected future.
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AT&T: Reusable Functions Next NFV Key

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The next generation of NFV has to break functions down into reusable software chunks, making everything much more cloud-like.
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Masergy on Security: Attackers Gaining Upper Hand

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At Light Reading's NFV & Carrier SDN event in Denver, Ray Watson, vice president of Global Technology at Masergy, says that because of the growth in virtualization, the threat landscape is shifting in favor of the attackers. As a result, service providers need to think beyond just defending the perimeter and take a more holistic approach to security.
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Verizon Takes Next Step on Biz Virtualization Journey

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At September's NFV & Carrier SDN event in Denver, Light Reading sat down with Victoria Lonker, director of Product and New Business Innovation at Verizon, to chat about where the carrier is with delivering virtualized services to business customers.
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Global Services: The $40B Face-Off

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More service providers than ever before are battling it out to win a slice of what is now a $40 billion global communications services pie, explains Ovum Principal Analyst David Molony.
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MEC Congress: The Key Takeaways

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Three key takeaways from the Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) Congress in Munich, Germany.
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