Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Vodafone wants more open RAN collaboration; TIM climbs aboard maritime transport; Synamedia acquires Utelly.
The acquisitive Israeli software vendor joins several big rivals that have already swooped on service assurance players.
5G services are likely to be crucial for Jio to boost average revenue per user (ARPU) by enhancing its appeal to high-value subscribers.
Finance Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Zafrul Abdul Aziz has rejected an appeal by the telcos to allow them to take a controlling stake in the new network.
With 4 million mobile lines against 34 million total customer relationships, Comcast's mobile business has 'a long way to go,' says CFO Mike Cavanagh.
Online videoconferencing company revises upwards its full year profit outlook.
Verizon has a path to adding spectrum to fixed wireless services as the connectivity and capacity needs of residential and business customers expand and evolve, Verizon's Matt Ellis says.
Salt CEO Pascal Grieder said the operator made a good start to the year with organic growth in mobile, B2B and home broadband.
What may be the most automated network on the planet could eventually have a massive cost advantage over its rivals.
According to Dish's Sidd Chenumolu, the company hasn't yet booted any of its vendors. 'We definitely give equal priority for all the partners,' he said.
Sidd Chenumolu, vice president of technology development at Dish Network, spoke to Light Reading's Mike Dano at the Big 5G Event on May 17.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia targets industrial private networks; telco investment up in France; Telefónica boss tells Davos it needs telcos to go green.
UK operator steps up B2B strategy and announces further progress with 5G and edge computing.
Asian handset and component suppliers are cutting production, throwing a shadow over the mobile industry outlook as the global economy slows.
The Cable One-backed wireless ISP said it intends to launch gigabit-class services later this year following recent field trials that tapped into the 6GHz spectrum band.
'CIOs everywhere are interested in this topic right now,' T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert said Monday. 'And they're interested in it for a reason.'
India will need 22 million skilled workers by 2025 as it moves toward 5G.
FPGAs have gained a bad reputation as power hogs, but Napatech wants to set the record straight.
'There was data throttling with relatively minor data usage – we believe these commercial SIMs had a 5 GB daily cap and a 20 GB monthly cap,' said a report from Signals Research Group.
Neville Ray, President of Technology, T-Mobile, delivered his keynote address, 'Powering the North American 5G Revolution,' at the Big 5G Event on May 14.