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Cox places CBRS bet in Vegas

Cox Communications said it will build a small-scale wireless network for the city of Las Vegas. At the same time, Cox hired a longtime wireless networking executive who previously worked at Ericsson and Nortel.

More change at SeaChange as industry vet Peter Aquino takes the helm

Aquino, a former CEO of RCN, Internap and Primus Telecommunications Group, joins SeaChange soon after company declares it is entering a period of stability and growth following years of restructuring.

Huawei CFO case ends with everyone looking bad

The only positive thing about this case was the release of two innocent Canadians, and yet that also confirms China as the worst kind of state.

ONF spins off Aether for private wireless networking

The Open Networking Foundation (ONF) said Ananki will focus on the sale of private 5G networking services to enterprises. The company is based on the group's Aether flagship project, launched last year.

NBCU channels could go dark on YouTube TV as carriage battle brews

YouTube TV says it will cut the monthly price on its service by $10 if a new deal is not struck, and points subscribers to the Peacock service. The current carriage deal expires on Thursday, September 30.

BT on clearing up the cloudy relationship between telcos and hyperscalers

BT's Chet Patel explains how telcos and hyperscalers can collaborate to provide a better cloud experience for enterprise customers.

XGS-PON has a lot of legs, Frontier exec says

XGS-PON has a long upgrade path, as the platform Frontier selected from Nokia is upgradable to 25-Gig PON 'with basically an optics change,' says Frontier's Scott Mispagel.

From China to EU to UK, the sat market blasts off

An EU satellite consortium forms, while China's Geely makes its first sats, and the UK's Isotropic Systems hops between satellite broadband networks.

Orange alert to cloud 'lock-in' risks as it takes next edge steps

As it weighs a global plan for cloud, the edge and open RAN, the French operator does not want to become overly reliant on Google.

What we've learnt from the release of Huawei's CFO

Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou arrived home to a rapturous welcome following a legal settlement with the US government.

Google strikes back over EU's $5B Android fine

Search giant takes on Margrethe Vestager, aka Europe's 'tech-slayer in chief,' over 2018 fine for alleged abuse of Android's mobile dominance.

Eurobites: Orange lands Amitie cable in France

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia lands XGS-PON deal with Telekom Slovenije; TalkTalk offers six months' free fiber broadband to jobseekers; Ericsson's vision thing.

Huawei's CFO heading home after deferred prosecution deal reached

A deal reached with the US Justice Department will allow Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou to avoid US extradition and return home, The WSJ reports.

Vecima touts 'breakout year' as DAA deployments start to flourish

Video and broadband tech supplier posts best fiscal year in its 33-year history as cable operators start to make progress with next-gen network projects.

Next Huawei battle with the US will be fought over the cloud

The Chinese firm's fast-growing cloud services business is the next big concern for its American opponents.

Orange Belgium says hey! to digital natives

Orange's Belgian unit aims to shake up the market by targeting rival low-cost brands such as Base, Mobile Vikings and Youfone.

Altice USA looking at MVNOs, but not necessarily buying

Altice USA CEO Dexter Goei acknowledged that the company has been poking around the MVNO market, but stressed that its interest in the market is more focused on areas such as branding and distribution.

EU to phonemakers: Come up with common charger

To cut down on waste and save consumers from juggling multiple cables, the EU is minded to make Apple adopt the USB-C standard. Apple is unimpressed.

Fiber judgement day approaches for Huawei in UK

The government has finished its consultation with operators on what to do about Huawei in fiber, and new restrictions could be a death sentence for its UK business.

6G becoming too politicized, warns Huawei's Xu

6G is in danger of becoming politicized and over-hyped, Huawei's Eric Xu has warned.

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