As part of its efforts to clean up its culture, Uber has asked Amit Singhal to resign after learning he didn't disclose he left Google over allegations of sexual harassment.
AT&T highlights two-year, $40 billion-plus capex spend, with 40% going to expand portfolio of smart, agile, mobile and integrated business solutions.
After some initial delays, Arris is entering the emerging retail market for DOCSIS 3.1 cable modems, competing with Netgear and Linksys.
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins discusses Jasper a year after the acquisition, the recent AppDynamics deal, taxes, Trump and other topics.
Carrier extends dynamic service capability and hybrid cloud support to three APAC cities: Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo.
New effort led by MEF and TM Forum, and pushed ahead by AT&T, Colt and Orange, aims at universal set of inter-carrier APIs for service orchestration.
Software-as-a-service is coming to the fore in 2017.
Due to concerns around cost and propagation characteristics, European operators are likely to focus their 5G efforts on sub-6GHz frequencies.
FirstNet is – finally – coming soon, and AT&T will build it, sources say.
Henrik Henriksson, CEO of Scania, talks about how the introduction of IoT technology, developed with Ericsson, is helping the truck giant's business and that of its customers.
More than 100 carriers have deployed 4.5G commercial or trial networks around the globe.
Equinix is beefing up the storage capabilities at the edge of its network to serve Internet of Things and other applications requiring fast performance.
But Cisco may be atypical in its M&A strategy compared to service providers and others.
Facebook unveiled the latest steps in its '10 Year Plan' to connect the world and provide a better user experience for services like video.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT could lose a bundle from the unbundled; Honda to launch connected car services in Europe; new face at CityFibre; TalkTalk revamps mobile TV offer.
Together, we need to actively embrace new technology, new business modes, and new applications to fully prepare for the arrival of the 5G era.
Huawei's 'All Cloud' mobile network strategy receives widespread industry recognition.
iPhones and iPads are SAP's first-choice mobile platform, as the company extends its cloud platform with new capabilities.
Once again, US Ignite is partnering local governments with telecom companies, this time for new funding pursuits.
A senior executive at Deutsche Telekom says that 5G costs must fall significantly if rollout is to prove economical.
New indoor coverage solution accelerates digital transformation and unleashes the potential of indoor digital economy.
Huawei is committed to the introduction of cloud technology and extension to the basic network of various fields.
Flash memory used to be considered a differentiated competitive advantage, but now it is a must-have in cloud data centers.
Light Reading Enterprise Cloud editor Mitch Wagner says network operators are starting to focus on what they're good at, connectivity, to help their enterprise customers move to the cloud. He also has a concern about how many men are wearing scarves indoors.
At MWC 2017 Ericsson CEO Borje Ekholm talks about early 5G developments, the importance of partnerships and more.
Telecoms.com news editor Jamie Davies is sensing greater optimism in the mobile industry and has spotted some interesting trends in the smart home sector.
Telefonica's CTO says operators risk messing up the 5G business case if they close the radio specifications too soon.
SAP says Oracle is behind the times in the cloud, mirroring criticisms Oracle has leveled at SAP.
Network operator touts progress of Network 3.0 Indigo toward bringing faster mobile speeds and greater virtualization to its operations.
A slip of the fingers brings privacy concerns for millions and lessons in how to handle a security incident.
In another sign of the growing integration between pay-TV and OTT players, Comcast plans to launch YouTube as an app on its X1 set-tops later this year.
5G services demand a new system architecture and core network.
German telco outlines plans to make 5G available across '100%' of its network footprint but highlights some big cost hurdles.
As Light Reading first reported, Sprint will beat the rest to Massive MIMO in the US with Nokia.
Also in today's MWC-tinged EMEA regional roundup: Deutsche Telekom and SK Telecom form Quantum Alliance; BT heads for the TIP; Nokia re-brands Withings health devices; Vodafone rules in 4G roaming.
Light Reading's Ray Le Maistre and Scott Bicheno from Telecoms.com discuss some of the key themes from the first day of MWC 2017.
Vendor announces nine proofs-of-concept for Facebook-designed open packet optical system, speeding toward commercialization.
Ericsson's new CEO had little to say about any specific plans to corner the 5G market, or dominate other parts of the equipment market, during an underwhelming press conference at MWC 2017.
Nokia added to the vendor fanfare Sunday with a range of announcements, including an end-to-end pre-standards 5G solution, but it stepped away from a broader industry push to accelerate the 5G standards process.
Spain's leading telco has taken the wraps off a new artificial intelligence system that it will launch in key markets over the next 12 months.
The EU's summer regulations on roaming have some nasty cost implications for telcos on the network side.
Australian incumbent begins laying the foundations for a 5G network future.
The Ruckus acquisition is a big bet for Arris. Here's a look at some of the challenges ahead and what CEO Bruce McClelland thinks are the strategic opportunities.
The much-hyped 5G standard seems unlikely to fuel a spending boom by telcos when it first appears.
5G will be the first cellular technology to launch in an era when the Internet is routinely weaponized, which will require CSPs to radically rethink their security strategies.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Arqiva eyes 5G role in UK; more 5G partnerships; Cell C spurns Telkom's advances; Proximus gets earnings boost from cuts.
This week in our WiC roundup: What does it take to be a woman in tech?; How much do you need to make in a top tech city?; Why should young women enter politics? We've got answers.
Net revenue is down to $11.4 billion for the quarter, and cloud is part of the problem.
Cost-effective butterfly sites bring connections to unconnected rural areas.
Spain's Telefonica says other LPWA technologies are currently unable to meet needs that Sigfox can.
New platform makes use of existing technology and sells it to international carriers wanting to get into IoT, digital media and more.
X Labs has been created to be a center for cooperation and innovation in the wireless applications community.
CafeX in New York says Amazon stole the name 'Chime' from its own videoconferencing product, introduced a year before Amazon's.
Networks built for video deliver the best video experience, explains Ryan Ding, Executive Director of the Board and President of Products and Solutions at Huawei Technologies.
Ericsson is the latest major name to join the NIA, an industry organization that's needed more than ever.
There's lots of pre-5G activity in the mobile market and it's highlighting the need for new test and measurement tools.
Verizon appears to be edging closer to its dream of delivering a wireless alternative to fiber.
India's biggest service provider snaps up another struggling player just days after Vodafone and Idea, the number two and three players, begin merger talks.
Turnkey managed services offering claims to get wireless network operators into the VoLTE business in three to six months.
Two open source MANO groups combine forces, simplifying both names with yet-another acronym, albeit one that is shorter and hyphen-free.
Also in today's regional roundup: Orange benefits from broadband investments; ADVA knocks its sales out of the park; Nokia's in it for the anyhaul; and Aria's AI code heads to China.
France's Orange had its Spanish business to thank for sales growth last year but remains confident that revenues will stabilize at home in 2017.
For $800 million in cash, Arris plans to buy both Ruckus Wireless assets and the ICX Switch business from Brocade.
Consolidation is all the rage in India's mobile market, as smaller players struggle to survive.
Heavy Reading senior analyst James Crawshaw talks with Telecoms.com Editorial Director Scott Bicheno about trends and developments in the telecoms software sector and what to expect at MWC 2017.
Northern Trust and IBM are looking to bring blockchain technology to the private equity market.
Trials set for multiple cities in the US in first half of 2017.
Riddle me this: How is Dish increasing ARPU even as its base of cheaper Sling TV subscribers grows?
The combination of cloud, artifical intelligence (AI) and applications development could be very powerful for communications service providers.
The move follows a lengthy review process by the FCC.
Sprint will have MIMO demos with both Ericsson and Nokia at MWC.
The telco's OTT video service gets its first 5G trial run.
Long-standing IoT managed services provider says Nokia is just another addition to the party, and one that could drive further business Kore's way.
New Waveserver Ai uses latest coherent optics for programmability in a compact platform that multi-tenant data centers and web-scalers need.
Qualcomm to bang the sub-6GHz drum at MWC.
Verizon is working with Samsung to run customer tests on fixed 5G in the US.
Carriers need to be able do deliver services that cross geographic boundaries, at the network core or on the edge, the vendor says.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia and Intel open 5G labs in Finland and US; Swisscom's big bundle; ADVA gets certified; T-Systems' DHL contract extended.
Ericsson is showing 28GHz with Intel at MWC.
Global deal could be transformative for Sigfox, helping the French IoT player to realize its ambition of holding an IPO next year.
A former Uber engineer says she was sexually harassed at the company, but HR refused to handle the situation, instead punishing her and perpetuating a toxic culture.
The Light Reading group is now much more than the mothership website and the Heavy Reading analyst group -- the family has grown to include the Telecoms.com news site, dedicated communities and wiki-style databases.
Enterprise service arm admits end-to-end orchestration of virtual services still a challenge that requires a single platform.
Competitive broadband providers want to take their pole attachment fight to the federal government.
I'm prepared for the worst that Barcelona can throw at me.
Its 5G modem will arrive in the second half of 2017.
Ovum Senior Analyst Julian Bright talks to Scott Bicheno from Telecoms.com about all things MWC, including Cloud RAN, Huawei's pitch to the industry and the road to 5G.
Public cloud spending will increase nearly 25% this year, IDC reports, with most of that money going toward SaaS.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telefonica sells 40% of Telxius to investment group; OBS lands smart cities deal in Qatar; 3 enters the Matrixx; balloon goes up for EE.
The disruptive new entrant has announced details of new tariffs that have already had an impact on the share price of its biggest rival.
India's biggest operator and its high-profile new entrant are battling fiercely for broadband market share.
5G, AI, VR... these are just some of the two-letter terms that will dominate show-floor chat at MWC 2017 in Barcelona, according to these two blow-hards (a.k.a. Scott Bicheno of Telecoms.com and Light Reading's Ray Le Maistre). And then there's PB...
Ovum's Matthew Reed talks to Scott Bicheno from Telecoms.com about the challenges and opportunities facing mobile operators in the developing markets of Africa and the Middle East.
You'll probably hear a lot of 5G flannel in Barcelona this year – but the Global 5G Test Summit promises to get beyond the hype.
The systems and processes used for assuring networks services and business models will need to be updated to support telco cloud and virtualization strategies.
Salesforce is rolling out new cloud services for healthcare providers.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Amazon seeks drone dudes and more in the UK; BT lands Indian broadcast contract; Orange invests in Android-based transaction system; BlackBerry sues Nokia.
Deutsche Telekom could end up as the controlling shareholder in a new-look business formed from the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, according to reports.
The big news and trends from RSAC 2017 can be summed up in four key words: visibility, IoT, partnership and automation.
Ahead of MWC in Barcelona, talk has started to circulate that nuptials may be in line for Cisco and Ericsson.
Major South American cable operator leverages ActiveVideo's cloud-based video platform to boost VOD usage.
Senator Brian Schatz (D-HI) warns the telecom industry not to hitch its wagon to a big infrastructure bill out of Congress.
Private investment is essential if the US is to reach its broadband goals, particularly for connecting rural America, writes former Congressman Rick Boucher.
Facing competition from Cisco, Arista posted solid financial results for the fourth quarter, as well as for 2016.
Hong Kong's operators are worried they'll get left behind if the government sticks to its current spectrum allocation timetable.
Also in today's finely tuned EMEA regional roundup machine: Vodafone avoids corporation tax; will Trump dent the Privacy Shield?; think tank targets BT's dominance; ZTE in German tie-up.
Popular 'YouTubers' will be the first to get the new service on their smartphones. You have been warned.
Colt is focusing on connectivity. Other telcos should follow its good example.
This week in our WiC roundup: Snap Inc. corrects equal pay snafu; fintech offers flexibility; an inspiring Google app; and more.
And just what constitutes massive MIMO, eh?
The operator revealed it had won licenses in the auction in an SEC filing.
Its second chipset collaboration -- this one with Broadcom -- is intended to influence the pace and direction of hardware innovation.
RightScale's annual cloud report shows hybrid and public cloud deployments are gaining strength at the expense of private cloud.
While the TiVo-Rovi integration is progressing smoothly, the company expects lower hardware and content protection licensing sales in 2017, plus lower revenue from Comcast.
Operators want to take advantage of cloudification, but the communications network is not the data center so they need to bridge the gap between the network and the cloud.
Teoco has acquired analytics specialist PreClarity for its Conductor platform, which is deployed with a number of major US cable operators.
In a surprise move, Charter CEO Tom Rutledge used the company's Q4 earnings call to announce new 5G plans.
Acquisition of Skyward lets network operator integrate key drone management functions into its IoT and wireless operations.
HBO Now, CBS All Access and Showtime's OTT service all now boast about 1.5 million subscribers or more after two years of operation.
Dell EMC is integrating its hybrid cloud platform to its VxRail appliance with an eye toward mid-market businesses.
A new analysis of the cost of taking fiber connections to each home across Europe presents a total cost that just keeps getting smaller – that's great, right?
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Virgin adds RGUs; Deutsche Telekom hooks up with Amazon's Alexa; BT extends Asda MVNO contract.
Is Uber for real? Well, it's hired NASA engineer Mark Moore to lead the project, and he wouldn't come cheap.
Cisco managed to beat the Street during its second quarter, but the company is still trying to move into a new direction.
Despite efforts being made, the number of women in executive and board positions is actually declining in 2017, according to a survey by Silicon Valley Bank.
Versa Networks' SD-WAN and SD-Security solutions now support both IPv4 and IPv6-based SD-WANs.
Combined company will have pure software VoLTE solution with platform for developing new services including mobile UC.
Facebook CEO shows off a new way to interact with the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset: an Oculus glove.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Intelsat bird blasts off successfully; identity crisis at UK government; Proximus connects cars; Sky fills in notspots at new HQ.
Verizon has struck a deal to offload its enterprise cloud services business, Light Reading has learned, and IBM looks like the best fit.
AI has perpetually been tomorrow's technology, but now it has arrived, bringing opportunities for enterprises, cloud providers and service providers, says Heavy Reading Analyst Steve Bell.
For those Comcast subscribers who can't get X1, there's Xfinity Stream.
Executive director departs after four years to find his next big thing, will join Bain Capital.
T-Mobile is expecting telecoms acquisitions this year, as the content, cable, Internet and wireless industries collapse in on each other, but the operator said that it can continue to grow alone too.
IBM will now distribute VMware's Cloud Foundation and other cloud products through channel partners.
With the acquisition, the company gets itself into the optical interconnect market, complementing its electrical and RF interconnect products.
Ahead of MWC, Infinera and Nokia both launch products designed to be deployed in the mobile fronthaul and backhaul parts of mobile networks.
Amazon is offering its Chime UC products as an alternative to Skype and WebEx.
A lawsuit, filed by the well-funded startup's former VP of marketing, suggests it created a hostile work environment for women and used misleading marketing.
T-Mobile rolls out more 700MHz LTE and plans thousands of small cells in 2017.
New SteelHead box incorporates SteelConnect SD-WAN along with WAN optimization capabilities.
Two Wall Street analysts have now concluded that Verizon stands to gain much more from marrying Charter than vice versa.
The test/assurance crowd is missing in action when it comes to testing orchestration software – but whose fault is that?
New optical network hypervisor allows flexible control of multivendor optical networking systems for ease of management and provisioning.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Vodafone wants EE to share mast info; BT brings Symantec on board for managed security services; Queen endures cybersecurity spiel.
In honor of Valentine's Day, WiC is highlighting five of the sites, companies, products, commercials and more related to women at work that we're digging this month.
A report from Intel finds that trust in cloud computing has increased, but there are plenty of security concerns and a lack of cybersecurity skills.
Introduces new services to help enterprises monitor equipment, factories, fleets and employee movements.
It's all about the Massive MIMO, folks!
Network operator to release its approach to incubation, validation and collaboration on VNFs to open source this summer.
Vendor is pushing video as a growth engine and launching multiple cloud-centric products at this year's MWC.
AT&T announced plans this morning to launch gigabit service over FTTH in five more US markets by month's end, increasing its reach to 51 metros.
Nokia says it is the first to test Verizon's 5G spec.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia focuses on private mobile networks; ARM sales up under SoftBank; Sparkle wins Czech research deal; Proximus taps Neustar for analytics.
Is the current virtual reality customer experience equivalent to the significant investment?
Stock is up 27% as fourth-quarter financials beat expectations.
The executive responsible for much of Telia's digital transformation, as well as investment in next-generation technologies, is understood to have left the Swedish operator in November.
In the wake of a successful plugfest at the end of 2016, a platform that can support commercial services can be expected relatively soon.
The space agency's Office of Inspector General releases a report about NASA's bad cloud habits that are creating unnecessary risk.
Signaling a video course change, the big US telco plans to launch an OTT service this year and 'de-emphasize' its Prism TV IPTV service.
Not even Donald Trump can make Twitter profitable. Twitter is out of time to turn things around.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Italian FTTH joint venture comes under competition scrutiny; Ericsson calls for security; MPs press for inquiry into Murdoch's Sky bid.
Nokia's latest IoT move is another sign of its enterprise and service-provider ambitions.
This week in our WiC roundup: A new documentary about women who code comes to Netflix; GE's lofty goals; Elizabeth Warren stands for all women; and more.
The new antenna, made with a silicon-based process, signifies progress toward gigabit base stations and gateways in a 5G band favored by AT&T and Verizon.
As the fiber network landscape grows increasingly complex, effective network monitoring is becoming more important than ever, and key to carrier competitiveness.
In addition to a $2 billion contract with Google's cloud, Snap is buying $1 billion worth of services from AWS.
Nokia has bid to acquire Comptel for euro 347 million and that looks like just the start of an M&A adventure, one that seems fraught with traps.
Forcepoint has bought Imperva's Skyfence business to bolster its cloud security portfolio.
Qwilt's new Open Edge Cloud is the next evolution of its transparent caching technology for video delivery.
Spending cuts at CenturyLink could spell some misery for optical equipment makers, according to a leading analyst.
SDN is constantly evolving and that process is helped along by numerous projects and other industry developments.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Italtel gets into analytics; Colt hooks up to Azure; Telefonica makes friends in Iceland; Nokia sells G.fast in Japan.
**UPDATED** What do industry analysts think of Nokia's bid to buy fellow Finnish vendor Comptel for euro 347 million?
A tie-up between Vodafone and Idea could herald cost savings and put more pressure on current market leader Bharti Airtel.
Intel CEO Brian Kzranich visited the White House to announce his company would drop $7B to fill out the dormant shell of Fab 42, creating 3,000 jobs, and giving the new Prez something to crow about.
Finnish vendor says takeover of OSS specialist forms a critical part of strategic plans to develop a standalone software business.
With flexibility and speed becoming increasingly important in service development, microservice capabilities are attracting increasing attention.
Microsoft is offering customers access to the company's IP to fight patent trolls through a program called Azure IP Advantage.
The note-taking service migrated more than 4 petabytes of data from its own data centers to the public cloud.
Four acquisitions in a week all point to the growing importance of machine learning for major security system vendors.
Early CableLabs tests of coherent optics for the access network are producing speeds above 2 terabits per second.
Employees will get 20 days to grieve the loss of an immediate family member, three days off to care for a sick family member and more.
Facing a slowdown in some of its business units, Rackspace is cutting about 6% of its US workforce.
The Japanese tycoon hints at favorable regulatory changes in the US market, but will he ultimately rue his chummy relationship with Trump?
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: New EU rules on online content access; Swisscom feels the heat; Inmarsat and Actility talk IoT; 5G and energy grids.
Dan Sahar, Qwilt's co-founder, sits down with Steve Saunders of Light Reading for a conversation about Qwilt's Open Edge Cloud platform and the new role of service providers in application and content delivery.
Workday scored a major cloud victory by picking up Amazon as its latest customer for its Human Capital Management software.
Casa Systems is showing off a virtualized fixed-mobile convergence solution for cable operators seeking to deploy WiFi-First and other wireless services.
Latest high-profile exec exits don't bode well for the social network's diversity efforts, as it also struggles to make money, attract new users and combat abuse online.
Initiative aims to use blockchain to keep track of finances and logistics for import and re-export of goods and services into the busy port city.
A group of 200 tech investors, venture capitalists and startups have signed a letter to raise concerns about President Trump's executive order that restricts travel to the US.
The trio unveil VR mobile streaming tests for CBRS tech at 180mph at Vegas speedway.
Using its own internal software development team acquired with the Active Broadband buy, CenturyLink is doing a third-gen version built for speed.
64x64 MIMO for 2.4GHz networks likely to arrive in 2017.
Rancor at the FCC isn't fading with new leadership in place.
A total of 127 technology companies, including some of the biggest in the US, have signed a document opposing Trump's travel ban, but there's no sign of the major telcos.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ericsson plays part in connected car breakthrough; Allot revenues slide in Q4; Coriant lands South African deal; OBS goes to sea.
Its Z-Brain tech automates day-to-day management and long-term planning for hybrid clouds.
Nominum's Craig Sprosts talks about the fast-changing landscape of cybersecurity with Steve Saunders of Light Reading. Sprosts touches on the trend of the rise of ransomwares, rivals of IoT base attacks, and mobile network security. He also discusses the realization of the importance of IoT security after a recent cyber attack that paralyzed several major Internet sites.
The takeover should help the smallest of the UK's four mobile network operators to address its spectrum shortcomings.
Juniper co-founder Pradeep Sindhu says he's stepping aside as CTO to focus on his position as CEO of a new startup, Fungible, which is working on cloud data centers.
Researchers at the University of Hiroshima claim a transmitter system delivered 105 Gbit/s over a single 300GHz channel.
Telcos hope that playing nicely with the Donald will bring rewards, but they may ultimately regret his regime.
The acquisition allows Stratoscale to add database cloud services to its portfolio.
Cable content protection will never be the same.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: TDC in the doldrums; fiber for Namur; ADVA targets climate change; UK boards lack IT expertise.
Automates day-to-day management and long-term planning for hybrid clouds.
Italian incumbent brings a long period of domestic decline to an end and looks forward to continued growth.
While some experts predict AI will take all the jobs, others say technology creates more jobs than it destroys.
Artificial intelligence will create new categories of work even as it destroys others, say advocates. But not everybody's so sure of a bright AI future.
Optical vendor appears to have reduced its headcount again but this time by a significant number.
Snap's IPO filing shows that the company is placing its faith, and dollars, in Google's cloud services.
Cox isn't licensing the new Comcast digital home solution to power its premium Panoramic WiFi service. At least not yet.
The TIA is adding to its exec ranks but is still looking for a new CEO after it ousted Scott Belcher.
A new Synergy Research report shows that AWS still dominates the public cloud space, with Microsoft, Google and IBM fighting for second place.
The latest dotcom darling could be valued at up to $25 billion, but there are big concerns about its business model.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Proximus digitizes Antwerp's port; BT seeks cybersecurity innovation; Telecom Italia signs movies deal.
The South Korean operator is under pressure to show there is money to be made from technology diversification.
This week in our WiC roundup: Federal IT jobs for women; Super Bowl ads get less sexist; bye bye brogrammers; and more.
Revenue growth slowed to 47% year-over-year in Q4 2016, from 69% year-over-year in the year-ago quarter. But who wouldn't like 47% revenue growth?
Qualcomm runs down some of the technologies that will evolve into the 5G radio standard.
Google is targeting Microsoft users by offering additional support for Windows Server and SQL Server, including disaster recovery.
What does Facebook want to be when it grows up?
Verizon traveled a rocky road in enterprise cloud and has struck a deal to sell its business, Light Reading believes.
Did you have an incredible 2016? Then you need to enter the industry's most prestigious awards program, the Leading Lights, now in its 13th year – it really does have something for everyone!
Finnish vendor is getting ready to introduce a next-generation IP routing product as part of its push into 'adjacent' vertical markets.
Formal launch of ECOMP in open source is chance to tout its advantages, but are they enough to unite the telecom industry?
HPE's acquisition of behavioral and security analytics startup Niara is its third acquisition of 2017.
Operator says it will have 1Gbit/s downloads in some places in 2017.
Nokia is maintaining its strategic emphasis on network security and may have some plausible claims to be ahead of its major vendor rivals – but it still has a lot of questions to answer.
Fresh off a solid financial quarter, VMware is updating its virtual networking technology.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ooredoo lands in Sicily; Sky and Discovery settle their differences; mobile research revealed; some better news for refugees.
Service provider says full-year earnings will be at the lower end of previously issued guidance because of difficulties in two key markets.
Finnish vendor heralds good progress on cost savings and the implementation of its new strategy.
A deal involving T-Mobile could help Deutsche Telekom to fund broadband improvements in its heartlands.
Ma Bell gets 39GHz spectrum that can be used for 5G tests and possible next-gen services in the future.
'Different' approach is built on being more open and engaging with customers, vendors and partners.
New York AG claims Charter isn't providing the broadband speeds that subscribers are paying for.
Verizon has completed its $1.8 billion purchase of XO's fiber business, setting the stage for 5G.
Chinese authorities are promoting new ownership models in order to raise capital.
Cisco's Annual Cybersecurity Report 2017 said that organizations suffered serious cybersecurity losses in 2016 – and the bad guys are coming for your server in 2017.
Dutch incumbent believes it is nearing the end of the long road to financial stability and if the coming year provides further proof points then it might be an attractive takeover target.
iPhone maker forecasts a doubling in the size of its services business in the next four years but is increasingly dependent on the iPhone.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Dido Harding steps down at TalkTalk; wholesale roaming caps finally agreed; Sky moves content closer with Nokia's Velocix; Hitler's phone up for auction.
Cisco is adding a set of security policy features to its Tetration analytics platform to help the IT department keep better tabs on applications within a cloud or data center.
UK fixed-line incumbent is trying to ward off calls for its dismemberment amid a financial crisis.
Utilities trials are coming for the sorta 5Gish powerline technology, AT&T says.