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Mari Silbey TiVo Criticizes CableCARD Coverage
Mari Silbey  
7/25/2014   5 comments
TiVo General Counsel Matt Zinn has lashed out at Light Reading's coverage of the US House of Representatives' passage of a bill that would repeal the FCC's separable security mandate, a move that could endanger the future of CableCARDs. (See House Votes to Kill CableCARD Mandate.)
Sarah Reedy Verizon Applies 3G Throttling Policy to LTE
Sarah Reedy  
7/25/2014   10 comments
Back in 2011, Verizon began throttling its heaviest 3G data users in a bid to move them to its higher capacity LTE network, but now -- three years later -- it's applying that same policy to 4G unlimited users. (See Verizon Embraces 4G Traffic, Throttles 3G.)
Sarah Reedy Slim Postpaid Pickings for Sprint, T-Mobile
Sarah Reedy  
7/25/2014   3 comments
AT&T and Verizon's reduced churn and stable mobile customer gross adds in the second quarter likely doesn't bode well for its smaller two rivals, which report next week, because it suggests there have been fewer postpaid mobile subscribers left for Sprint and T-Mobile to poach.
Ray Le Maistre Eurobites: BSkyB Agrees $9.1B M&A Deal
Ray Le Maistre  
7/25/2014   2 comments
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Europe still weighs on Vodafone revenues; EE on course for 6 million 4G customers by year's end.
Robert Clark Qualcomm Looks to Soften China Antitrust Blow
Robert Clark  
7/25/2014   3 comments
Chipset giant Qualcomm faces a hefty fine and a cut in royalty fees as the antitrust probe into its China patent licensing reaches its final stage.
Dan O'Shea Infinera Hints At Metro 100G Launch
Dan O'Shea  
7/25/2014   3 comments
Infinera looks to be a step closer to announcing its product plans for the metro 100G market, and has identified a specific sector of the market, which it is calling the "metro cloud," to target.
Jason Meyers Startup Octoblu Wants to be An IoT Connector
Jason Meyers  
7/24/2014   6 comments
All the standards and protocol development activity in the Internet of Things (IoT) realm has prompted one startup to position itself as a sort of middleman of the moment.
Alan Breznick U-verse Growth Slips But Still Strong
Alan Breznick  
7/24/2014   10 comments
Leaving Verizon FiOS in its dust, AT&T U-verse continued to maintain a breakneck growth pace in the second quarter, albeit at a somewhat slower rate than in previous quarters.
Mitch Wagner HP Looks to Conquer Carriers With NFV
Mitch Wagner  
7/24/2014   3 comments
HP looks to NFV as a strategic chance to gain major new traction in the carrier market, says Bethany Mayer, senior vice president and general manager of HP's NFV business.
Paul Rainford Eurobites: DT's Hungary Operation Cuts Jobs
Paul Rainford  
7/24/2014   1 Comment
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telefonica doubles down on security; Nokia holds steady in Q2; "right to be forgotten" row continues.
Sarah Reedy Are You Earning as Much as Your Peers?
Sarah Reedy  
7/24/2014   5 comments
Do you ever wonder what sort of pay check the guy in the next cube is taking home each month? Or how many figures separate you from your boss?
Ray Le Maistre Nokia Holds Steady in Q2, Raises Outlook
Ray Le Maistre  
7/24/2014   7 comments
In a week of turmoil for the Finnish technology sector, the new-look Nokia, which began its new life in late April, has provided some stability with the publication Thursday morning of its second-quarter financials and outlook for the rest of the year. (See Nokia Ushers In New Era, Retires NSN Name.)
Mitch Wagner Facebook: 30% of Users Are Mobile-Only
Mitch Wagner  
7/24/2014   13 comments
Facebook is now, without a doubt, a mobile-centric company, and it has the statistics to prove it.
Mari Silbey Rabbit TV: We'll Pay Retrans Fees
Mari Silbey  
7/24/2014   1 Comment
Rabbit TV, the online video aggregation service, wants to pay broadcasters to distribute their programming over the web.
Dan Jones AT&T: Capex Freeze? What Capex Freeze?
Dan Jones  
7/23/2014   7 comments
AT&T has spent big on capex so far this year as it draws towards the end of its 4G LTE deployment in the US.
Jason Meyers To TDS, TV Is a Gigabit Must-Have
Jason Meyers  
7/23/2014   5 comments
Unlike some entities providing gigabit services, TDS Telecom believes the TV component of its 1-Gig offering is an important distinction.
Dan O'Shea IEEE Picks Up 25Gbit/s Ethernet Cause
Dan O'Shea  
7/23/2014   1 Comment
Just days after a consortium was formed to pursue a 25Gbit/s specification for data centers, the IEEE has anointed its 802.3 25 Gbit/s Ethernet Study Group, the first step to establishing for formal standard.
Dan Jones AlcaLu, Fujitsu Help Build AT&T's Cloud Network
Dan Jones  
7/23/2014   4 comments
AT&T has named two new suppliers for the cloud networking project that the operator expects to help it reduce capital expenditure.
Ray Le Maistre Juniper Sells Security Unit, Feels Carrier Pinch
Ray Le Maistre  
7/23/2014  
Juniper took a hit Wednesday as it warned of a slowdown in US telco spending and continued its portfolio transformation under CEO Shaygan Kheradpir.
Mari Silbey House Votes to Kill CableCARD Mandate
Mari Silbey  
7/23/2014  
It's been seven years since the FCC's "seven oh seven" mandate banned cable companies from including integrated security in consumer set-top boxes. Now the US House of Representatives thinks it's time to bring the industry's hated CableCARD experiment to a close. (See Bye-Bye, CableCARDs?)
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