RJio has announced plans for a major investment in small cell technology.
It's time for our industry to call BS on the US government's position on Chinese telco manufacturers.
There are important considerations for companies to keep in mind when moving Domain Name System (DNS) infrastructure to an NFV implementation.
Pankaj Patel, executive vice president and chief executive officer, bids Cisco adieu in the second half of 2016.
Light Reading's Steve Saunders discovers how Mitel CEO Rich McBee has steered his company from olde worlde voice player to convergence pioneer.
Juniper looks like it's on the offensive and defensive with the acquisition of data center interconnect (DCI) specialist BTI Systems but will it need to do more?
Charter and Cox execs say the efforts to link cable networks for business customers are routine automation efforts for buying and selling access.
Beating analyst estimates again, Facebook reported sky-high earnings for the fourth quarter of 2015.
Israeli LTE chip firm is being acquired for $212 million by Sony, which is planning to expand its IoT components portfolio.
AT&T, Deutsche Telekom, EE, SK Telecom, and Verizon are among those joining the new Open Compute Project Telco Project launched today.
Competitive fiber players are excited about major new opportunities from data centers to edge computing, as well as continued cell tower backhaul.
Profitability improvements at Ericsson do not appear to have assuaged investor concern about its emerging-market and IP networking prospects.
As part of the decline in its on-premises computing business and shift to cloud and networking, the company is laying off 800 employees.
Juniper is jumping into the data center interconnect (DCI) market and adding to its cloud portfolio with its acquisition of BTI Systems.
UK's telecom incumbent takes wraps off SD-WAN service and unveils Walgreens Boots Alliance as its first customer.
Nokia's Virtualized Service Router (VSR) and Virtualized Mobile Gateway (VMG) are the latest virtual functions to get an independent evaluation.
Dell looks to provide the platform for NFV while other companies provide the application software.
Optical and Ethernet equipment maker is already piloting SDN and NFV technologies with Indian operators.
New partnership deal between Imagine Communications and Hewlett Packard Enterprise pairs upgraded TV infrastructures with enterprise tech.
Google joins as an investor for Plexxi, while Cumulus scores a $35 million C round.
The IP technology middleweights are going head-to-head in an intellectual property punch-up and Genband just won Round 1 on points.
Containerization is at last enabling CSPs to cost-effectively serve smaller customers with individualized network features – as early NFV supporters envisaged more than three years ago.
Dell announced Linux-based Operating System 10, facilitating unified networking, compute and storage.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Brussels approves proposals to end geo-blocking; ARM's 4K chip; Swisscom pushes ID-by-video service for banks.
Operator's international business adds new on-demand capabilities to the PEN offering it has developed since acquiring Pacnet last year.
Plans to put the money toward international expansion and R&D.
Improving performance and manageability in big, hybrid clouds.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: EU tax probe into technology giants reaffirmed; turbulence ahead for 3/O2 deal; bomb scare at Apple facilities in Ireland.
The first independent NFV infrastructure interoperability evaluation was sorely needed and must be built upon in the future.
HPE Service Director is designed to help comms companies manage services across hybrid networks comprising physical and virtual elements.
Deutsche Bank flags concern about the company's IP routing business and risks posed by emerging markets.
While most enterprises are probably not ready for WebRTC today, there is clearly great value to be gained for the right use case.
CMO Patrick Joggerst will serve as President of Global Sales & Marketing in an effort to better align the company's sales and marketing organizations, the company says.
Alcatel-Lucent has become part of Nokia, spelling the end for two of the giant brands of the legacy telecom era.
Brian Protiva talks up ADVA's NFV potential following the acquisition of Overture.
Optical and Ethernet specialist ADVA says it is creating an 'NFV powerhouse' by acquiring Overture.
VP Scott Boyarsky opens up on possible international expansion for Comcast, competing with rival service providers in video program guides and Comcast's struggle with the bring-your-own-device movement.
With Deutsche Telkom set to become BT's biggest shareholder, strategic opportunities in the all-IP and cloud services areas could beckon.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Vodafone bags utility contract; exec changes in the Nordics; OTT in the UK; Euro boffin boost for Infinera.
Shifting populations, nimbler political structures and a focus on getting things done makes the globe's cities the place to focus.
There are many products launched at CES that could forever change the future of mankind. These gadgets are not on that list.
Critical appointment for UK incumbent as it once again adds mobile to the mix and takes its first steps towards a virtualized cloud infrastructure.
ADN is a principle for building networks that adapt to the needs of the application, based on open components.
Nokia executives will take ten of the 13 top spots in the newly merged company.
Cisco's new CDN platform traces its roots back to Comcast's open sourced CDN technology.
CPLANE will provide service and orchestration software for PCCW's global cloud service.
Network Packet Brokers are key to mitigating enterprise network blind spots -- but unless chosen wisely, they can compromise visibility.
The carrier partners with enterprise customers to generate ideas for New IP transformation.
HaLow is a new IoT networking specification from the Wi-Fi Alliance, but the first HaLow product certifications aren't expected until 2018.
After moving up the ranks at Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs, Gee Rittenhouse is now Cisco's cloud guru. In part one of this interview with Steve Saunders, he discusses how he consolidated the efforts of over 1,500 developers working on Cisco's move towards the cloud. Now he's focused on helping service provider customers develop new business opportunities from virtualized networks.
As part of its cost-cutting program ahead of its acquisition by Dell, EMC has started a headcount cull that will cost $250 million in charges.
It should be a standard practice throughout the organization, not a one-off thing, the soon-to-be head of Nokia's NFV strategy says.
This entrepreneurial unit is expanding its responsibility to include wholesale services and agents, but keeping its agile method of operating within the bigger AT&T.