Profits are increasingly being held up by the Japanese service provider's digital businesses.
The Japanese e-commerce firm is already a long way behind its bigger rivals in the country's 5G market.
Following a big bet on 5G, MediaTek is now positioned to challenge smartphone chipset heavyweight Qualcomm in the US market. MediaTek is predicting 40% growth in 2021.
UK operator to consider external funding for FTTP rollout for the first time as it looks to brighter times ahead.
Spanish giant claims full-year 'stabilization' target on track as COVID-19 impact diminishes; continues to chip away at huge debt pile.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: UK soccer rights rolled over; Safaricom pinched by pandemic; BT makes progress in carbon-cutting.
Fourth-largest US cable operator aims to be '10-gig-ready' in the next 18 months, thanks to its aggressive FTTP upgrade strategy.
In an auction process that took a day-and-a-half to complete, TiVo beat out a rival bid of $18 million from a group that included UK-based Amino Technologies and a joint venture of Roku and RPX.
'We know where to put the CBRS radios to get the maximum offload capacity,' says Charter President and CEO Tom Rutledge.
Threat of litigation by Chinese smartphone maker appears to have forced a rethink.
T-Mobile disclosed in a recent letter that 'active 2G/3G devices accounted for less than 1% of traffic on the T-Mobile network as of the week of April 11, 2021.'
Facebook's newest midband spectrum tests hint at its desire for 'self-organizing network (SON) features in a 5G over-the-air setup operating in a small cell configuration.'
The US Internet equipment maker snaps up an Israeli startup highly regarded for its automation expertise and agnosticism.
Bouncing back from a 2019 loss and splash as the Nasdaq Whale, SoftBank Group rides IPOs to profits that are a Japanese record. But can it continue?
Comcast Cable CEO Dave Watson says 'it's absolutely doable' to deploy the company's software stack for Flex and X1 in smart TVs.
India's DoT tries to nip 5G COVID-19 conspiracy theories in the bud by reasonably pointing out there's currently no 5G in India.
Europe's biggest operator today generates most of its profits and invests most of its cash in the US. What does that mean for Europe?
The settlement relates to events that were subject to a $1 billion settlement with the DoJ and SEC in 2019.
On this episode, Gagandeep Kaur discusses the state of telecom in India and the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the industry at large.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: how 5G is changing the way folk use their phones; Orange brings 5G to Slovakia; the Queen promises to sort out UK broadband.