The adoption of open source technologies by the industry's telcos could spell the demise of its equipment suppliers in their current role.
Finnish vendor records sharp growth in net income thanks to a licensing deal but forecasts another decline in the networks market in 2018.
Swedish vendor is rolling out artificial intelligence and predictive maintenance technologies in its service delivery business, which suffered hefty cuts in the recent third quarter.
Swedish equipment maker draws attention to gains at its networks division but continues to face a huge turnaround challenge.
Services strategy builds on new access footprint, global Internet backbone and push to hit $1 billion in revenues.
In contrast to Ericsson and Nokia, ZTE sees profits growing thanks to carrier networks and consumer products.
As telcos try to emulate their Internet rivals, the industry looks set to set lose many of its current employees.
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US operator emphasizes the need for progress in key virtualization areas to meet emerging customer demands.
The last thing the shrinking communications networking industry would seem to need is more working groups or associations, yet new ones are sprouting.
The Application-Centric Infrastructure now reaches its tentacles across multiple data centers.
Could be good news for Arista, says MKM Partners.
At its solutions partner event this week, AT&T unveiled wholesale versions of its FlexWare and wireless backup service offerings.
French telecom incumbent is ready to embark on a more widespread rollout of NFV using technology from a handful of suppliers.
The international operator has plans to automate its network management and unify its NFV architecture in 2018.
A new TIP working group will look at using machine learning and AI to improve network management.
Chinese operator is poised to migrate to 'thousands' of edge data centers as it makes preparations for the launch of 5G.
DT exec Klaus Martiny thinks ONAP and ETSI could be quite a mix.
Vodafone's new head of virtualization is already fed up with vendors refusing to play ball and act like grown-up cloud community players.
Telcos are increasingly focused on automating their networks, but complexity represents a major challenge, said industry executives in The Hague this week.
German incumbent says its new goal is to build networks that can be managed without human intervention.
Nomination comes after former chairman Leif Johansson said he would not seek re-election under apparent shareholder pressure.
Bristol-based SDN startup also gets access to BT's labs.
GTT's Kevin Sahim explained the challenges legacy WAN architectures present to achieving interoperability as operators seek to develop a smarter enterprise WAN.
Finnish vendor is to supply its SDN-based virtualized services platform to China's second-largest property insurance company.
Nokia's diversification into high-growth enterprise markets is starting to pay off, says the company's global services boss.