A joint report from Oxford and Yale universities finds that artificial intelligence will outperform humans in most tasks in 45 years, and could automate all jobs in 120 years.
South Korean operator claims to launch a 900Mbit/s service and says gigabit-speed 4G connections are coming early next year.
NetApp is breaking away from its traditional storage roots and diving deeper into hyperconverged infrastructure and hybrid cloud.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telkom revenues up 10%; MTS cozies up to Nokia on IoT and more; EU wants more from Qualcomm.
In his BCE 2017 keynote, Verizon's Ed Chan discusses what it will take to deliver on 5G and IoT – and how that changes the priorities for a service provider.
SoftBank is said to be in discussions with potential investors in Canada and the Middle East as CEO Masayoshi Son looks to realize his technology ambitions.
Jaanus Erlemann, CTO at Estonia's Starman, explains why the cable operator opted to upgrade its broadband access network with 10G EPON tech.
Cable network nodes are in for a major intelligence boost.
Network operator will own the Vyatta operating system and software for both white box and cloud-based VNFs by acquiring Brocade technology.
Plans to use blockchain for business call to mind another word starting with 'B.'
The World Community Grid, which IBM's philanthropic arm created in 2004, is moving off a traditional data center and to the company's Bluemix public cloud.
As operators make the push towards NFV, it's equally important to move towards data-on-demand storage.
At BCE, Level 3 CTO Andrew Dugan told Light Reading that the lack of NFV standards is a 'pain point' and a hindrance to achieving scalability.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telefonica trumps The Donald on climate change commitment; MegaFon rides the rails; Elisa joins Tampere smart city project; Google fine imminent?
A proposed merger of SoftBank-backed satellite operator OneWeb and Intelsat has fallen through – now SoftBank is expected to look elsewhere for a tie-up.
This week in our WiC roundup: A roundup of the best initiatives for women in tech; women rank their companies; South LA on the rise; and more.
VMware ups its 2018 sales forecasts as a strategy built on hybrid clouds and cross-cloud architectures continues to bear fruit.
Doughnuts get the delivery drone treatment in Denver, because... of course they do.
All of the tests, which are taking place in multiple US facilities, are focused on 28GHz millimeter wave (mmWave) radios.
CEO sees today's positive financial results as proof its long-term investment strategy is paying off during an industry shakeout period.
Enterprise cloud spending is nearly equal to spending on conventional data centers, but security is still a concern, along with other potential problems.
Learning from and building on the lessons of heterogeneous LPWA deployments makes a lot of sense.
Microsoft is releasing Draft, an open source tool that looks to make deploying apps in containers, as well as within Kubernetes environments, easier.
MetTel's VP of Network Services, Ed Fox, shares insight into the spike in demand for SD-WAN and the challenges of meeting that demand.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: 3 completes UK Broadband acquisition; Telefonica trumpets security first; Murdochs huddle with Ofcom to chew over Fox-Sky deal; Brits live dangerously with their mobiles.
Sedona Systems CTO Ori Gerstel speaks with Light Reading's Ray Le Maistre about the latest advances in IP/Optical network control.
Don't forget about the potential of the 'smart farm.'
Months after it was first mooted, a new report suggests Charter has spurned a takeover bid from Verizon worth more than $100 billion.
A scheme to revitalize China's weakest telecom operator seems unlikely to succeed.
Could RJio's sudden interest in serving rural communities spark a rush into India's hinterland?