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Juniper bullish on cloud, enterprise despite cracks in supply chain

Juniper's enterprise business grew 32% year-over-year in Q4, and the cloud business increased more than 14%. But the oft-struggling service provider segment declined 8%.

NBCU's Peacock cans free tier for new sign-ups

Analysts are surprised that Peacock is shifting solely to 'premium' tiers, dropping an option that represented a clear differentiator in the competitive streaming sector.

Amid price increases, Corning hints at a fiber dip

Corning's optical revenues in the fourth quarter were slightly below most analysts' expectations. But the company's outlook remains bright, according to some estimates.

How T-Mobile plans to navigate convergence

'We're interested in convergence because we have a lot to offer,' said T-Mobile's Mike Sievert. However, Sievert said T-Mobile doesn't feel the need to purchase a wired network.

Vodafone boss bashes Big Tech after 'not good enough' sales

Margherita della Valle joins European telco bosses demanding a 'fair contribution' from Internet giants after saying her company can do better.

Casa ramps revenues as cable, FWA demand rises

Thanks in part to improving supply chain constraints, Casa Systems expects to post a 25% boost in Q4 revenues as it sees sales increase across the board.

Eurobites: EE takes 5G underground

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT goes down the sewers; SPL attracts Indonesian investment; Three UK migrates data with Amdocs.

Starry will depart Columbus, Ohio, by June

Starry said it is exiting Columbus, where it covers over 350,000 homes, to focus on its core markets of Boston, New York City, Los Angeles, Denver and Washington, DC.

Broadband network spending set to climb as cable gets its groove back

PON rollouts for newbuilds and copper network upgrades will play a big role, but cable's shift to virtualized and distributed networks and DOCSIS 4.0 is expected to fuel a spending wave, Dell'Oro predicts.

Comcast drove 48% of Harmonic's revenue in Q4

The acceleration of revenues from Comcast comes as the operator preps its HFC network for DOCSIS 4.0. But analysts view Charter as the 'real prize' Harmonic has yet to capture.

T-Mobile's MVNOs could be roped into latest hack

Google Fi recently began alerting some customers of 'suspicious activity' related to the 'primary network provider for Google Fi,' which is likely a reference to T-Mobile's latest hack.

T-Mobile takes greenwashing to a new high

The US operator sets a net-zero target for 2040 but the emissions over which it has most control rose sharply in 2021.

The Divide: Study examines service providers' plans and priorities for bridging broadband gaps

This week: Heavy Reading's Alan Breznick joins the show to discuss the results of a recent survey of global broadband operators on their plans for closing the digital divide.

How MU-MIMO could change the FWA game for T-Mobile and Verizon

Testing by Signals Research Group at T-Mobile cell sites finds SRS beamforming and MU-MIMO active and yielding a dramatic increase in capacity – especially for receivers that don't move.

US govt plans to block all tech exports to Huawei – reports

Agencies have already stopped approving exports to the Chinese firm.

ServiceNow invests $25M in security startup Snyk

The startup also received $196.5 million in Series G funding in December.

Eurobites: BT floats 'legacy' applications up to the cloud

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Orange France has new CEO; KPN, Tele2 earnings; Vodafone and Ericsson trial VoNR over 5G SA in Oman.

BT and SPL to work on 5G transmissions from HAPS aircraft

BT and SPL agree to jointly test new antenna technology aboard a HAPS aircraft that could take 5G to the stratosphere.

Convergence: Bringing networks together while the world tries to keep them apart

Carriers understand that adopting strong service assurance in the complex partner ecosystem of today's networks requires service assurance solutions that are well-integrated with other systems and can deal with proprietary and open source standards and open APIs. #sponsored

ATSC 3.0 transition 'in peril' without more FCC action, NAB claims

The National Association of Broadcasters argues that 'a stalled transition is threatening the future' of broadcast TV and wants the FCC to create an 'ATSC 3.0 task force.'

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