TM Forum's Annie Turner, Nokia's Jane Rygaard and Heavy Reading's Caroline Chappell join Light Reading to discuss how to move beyond technology for technology's sake.
Dish is on track to launch its new OTT video service before the end of the year.
The 25,000-person organization is... reorganizing! It's all part of a fundamental shift in industry technology.
Cable/telco equipment supplier enjoys another strong quarter of revenue growth but still envisions rough patch in fourth quarter because of the two big pay-TV mergers in the works.
Fireworks a-plenty in today's EMEA regional roundup, including: Nokia's Saudi win; Ericsson's OpenStack breakthrough; AlcaLu sells cyber-security business to Thales; fiber-to-the-Yorkshireman; Interoute expands in Germany.
SDN will enable Tier 2 and Tier 3 service providers to compete more effectively with the current incumbents.
5G is too big to be defined by a single radio interface, Ericsson CTO suggests.
Heavy Reading analyst Ari Banerjee shares his thoughts on the analytics market, from its key players to its key challenges.
New facility in Tianjin has direct fiber connection to Beijing and state-of-the-art features for Chinese digital media firms and multinationals.
CEO set to outline its efforts to expand into non-telecom sectors during upcoming Capital Markets Day presentations.
A Starbucks coffee shop in Kansas City is the first store in the chain to get connected to Google Fiber.
Google is working with a half-dozen carrier partners to build direct connections between enterprise customers and Google Cloud Platform.
After losing 15% of its video subs in the last 12 months, US MSO says that's no big deal because its expenses are down and its profits are up.
Google Fiber backs out of plans to deploy a gigabit network in Leawood, while AT&T steps up its plans in the market.
Customer demand makes China a real opportunity for US operator.
It's designed to facilitate service provider migration to white box networks.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Iliad boss says 'non' to Bouygues buy; Com Hem revenues up; Tele2 beefs up M2M offer.
New CEO says that 'more changes are coming' for the management team too.
Carriers are working with the GSMA to achieve VoLTE interoperability between their networks, so they can turn their attention to more advanced calling features.
Communications service providers haven't got their act together when it comes to gaining a financial edge from the data at their fingertips, says expert.
Critics want more from the ETSI NFV ISG, but its chair says there are reasons to stick to its scope and work more closely with other industry bodies.
The carrier takes a customized, SMB-focused approach to enabling the Internet of Things (IoT) – meet the connected cow and beer tap...
LTE-Advanced may be deployed by 21 operators across the globe, but mobile users aren't yet feeling the effects of it – at least not they are aware of.
Verizon has launched a new high-powered Quantum gateway router, which was developed in partnership with IoT company Greenwave Systems.
NetScout buys some Danaher assets, and JDSU's spin-offs look ready to buy as more M&A is expected in the optical components arena.
Midokura says it's got the cure for the fractured OpenStack Neutron blues.
Rovi is buying startup Fanhattan, maker of cloud-based content discovery apps and the Fan TV platform with its bundled set-top, motion-sensitive remote control and slick UI.
It's telco analytics month at Light Reading, which means we'll be focusing on how telcos are mining analytics, using them and monetizing them.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Europe leads in WiFi, but not for much longer; Nigerian towers group raises $2.6 billion; Telecom Egypt starts engine on Vodafone stake sale.