Google's fiber moves in Africa could point the way towards a better economic model for high-speed infrastructure.
Intel Capital leads three rounds of funding totalling $25M for Velostrata, Sedona Systems and Panoply.io.
Consolidates multiple labs from around the world for easy collaboration on networking, connectivity, VR and other projects.
AT&T announced it's using Radcom's service assurance software to support its move toward a virtualized, New IP network.
Apple is now searching for an engineer familiar with the 5G standardization process.
As they seek to move upmarket in the commercial space, cable operators must find ways to address the unique needs and requirements of midsized and enterprise firms.
Aviv Abramovich talks to Light Reading's Ray Le Maistre about Check Point's efforts in cybersecurity and its partnership with CSPs.
Experienced UK wireless exec is crossing the pond, bringing an active Twitter account and a deep interest in consumer contact with him.
Big entertainment conglomerate buys 10% stake in popular OTT video provider and makes Turner networks available for Hulu's upcoming live streaming service.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Deutsche Telekom touts LTE-A Pro performance; Schrems disses new data accord, CityFibre teams up.
Surging use of mobile data networks in Africa and the Middle East is forcing operators to think about backbone needs and IoT threats.
HPE shuffles its cloud group as it reportedly considers going private.
Network operator uses MEF framework to let its wholesale customers automatically qualify availability of AT&T Switched Ethernet services.
As CORD becomes its own open source project and releases a major distribution, virtualized access gets closer to reality.
Frontier aims to restore subscriber and revenue growth in the second half of the year after suffering both revenue and subscriber losses again in Q2.
Guru Parulkar with the Open Networking Lab explains how and why telco central offices are being re-architected to mimic data centers.
Findings from our most recent multicore processor survey show how important these devices are in networking systems, giving us a look at what will be increasingly vital in 2017.
New technology will enable scaling of lower-cost solution to optical networking.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Kudelski settles patents spat with Apple; BBC closes iPlayer loophole; Telenor appoints new CFO.
Photos from a costume party with more than 100,000 of my closest friends.
AT&T's John Palmer spells out the company's plans to upgrade the skills of nearly all its 280,000 employees as AT&T undergoes one of the most significant transformations in its 137-year history.
Suit charges Comcast misrepresented the scope of its service protection plan, charged customers improper service call fees and used improper credit screening practices.
In this first installment of a four-part series this week, CMG Partners looks at how much commercial services have grown for cable over the past decade and why.
CTO leaves after 18 years at Level 3 to report to Zayo CEO and Chairman Dan Caruso, a former Level 3 executive.
Verizon is bolstering its profile in the fleet tracking business, buying Fleetmatics Group for $2.4 billion.
Media companies must rethink how they deliver content to meet the challenges raised by sweeping changes in consumer behavior.
Light Reading and its camera goes to the annual geek festival in San Diego.
And it's not the only Indian operator looking to exploit the technology's potential.
Light Reading's Steve Saunders gets an update from Nominum CEO Gary Messiana on how his company is helping carriers on the digital transformation journey.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia completes Gainspeed acquisition; Privacy Shield comes into operation; Virgin Media in fiber-laying farce.
Experience doesn't matter when you're building a team to develop technologies that don't exist yet, says Sigal Barda, VP of R&D for Cyber and NFV at ECI Telecom.