Verizon is scuttling Go90, the free, ad-supported mobile video service that was launched in 2015. It focused on (and failed to attract) young audiences.
Mobile 5G networks probably won't be delivering gigabit downloads right off the bat. But they won't be sitting still, either.
Reliance Jio, Reliance Industries' disruptive 4G operator, will get its own in-house telco cloud vendor.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: TalkTalk sale collapses; DT will bring fiber to Stuttgart; Micro Focus sells off open source infrastructure software unit; the smartphone made of cork.
Still playing catch-up ball with other major US MSOs, Charter extends DOCSIS 3.1 service to a dozen-plus new markets with more than 4 million homes.
Quick, someone move those damn sunbeds further away from the water! Ray Le Maistre hits the beach in Nice to wax lyrical on what this year's NGON event has been all about: transport for 5G and the deployment of software in optical networks.
In line with US demands, ZTE has appointed a new board of directors.