Huawei expects to report revenues of 520 billion yuan, a 32% year-on-year increase, for the full year 2016.
Seen in Barcelona: Skate park, friendly dogs, excellent graffiti and street art and OpenStack Summit.
Chinese vendor gets chance to prove its worth with a virtual IMS deployment that will cover seven markets in Latin America.
Women may be underrepresented in the next-gen comms industry, but there's no shortage of smart, talented and inspiring ones making a difference. We've profiled 65.
The first few months of 2017 are likely to feature significant developments around a number of key technologies and industry developments.
Also in today's regional roundup: UK's Snooper's Charter shot down by Euro court; Altiostar's virtual RAN surfaces in Italy; and more.
Deutsche Telekom's Axel Clauberg discusses the impact of the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) on network technology R&D, the latest update on the German operator's TeraStream next-gen pan-European network initiative and the challenges of NFV deployment.
The optical component vendor is selling off its lagging 10G lines to focus on the next generation of faster networking products, even as the company is experiencing lower yields on those new products.
More than 10,000 industry professionals have now registered with the online database for the virtualization community.
The ability of Deepfield's technology to gain deep visibility into all sorts of network traffic will offer opportunities beyond the telco sector once Nokia has completed its acquisition, says Steve Vogelsang.
Light Reading's Carol Wilson and Ray Le Maistre discuss the findings of the latest New IP Agency (NIA) NFV interoperability report and dig into why OpenStack is still a sticking point.
VMware is grabbing the five-year-old company's intellectual property and employees.
Less than two years after buying its mobile unit, Mitel is selling to Xura, the messaging and UC business owned by Siris Capital.
The CTO says he wants to get back to the lab.
Nokia plans to integrate Deepfield's analytics system with its SDN controllers, including the Nuage Networks Virtualized Services Platform.
Arista infringed on Cisco's copyright but does not have to pay damages, a jury ruled. That's a major win for Arista.
OSS could be the enabler for operators' NFV ambitions, suggests Heavy Reading.
The new hires for IBM over the next four years will come in cloud and data science, and many will not require college degrees, the IBM CEO says.
Following a short post-AT&T hiatus, former AT&T Distinguished Network Architect and one of the founders of the ETSI NFV group joins Huawei.
Cable players want to deliver more dynamic biz services but first have to lay the groundwork for orchestration and automation, says MEF's Hubbard.
The evolution of the central office/local exchange has caught Cisco's attention in more ways than one, possibly with a fog networking future in mind.
Vertical Systems' Erin Dunne explains why US cable operators, which now command a record-high 26% of the Ethernet market, will keep boosting their share.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Colt upgrades with Cisco; Orange rebrands in Morocco; LinkedIn seeks to unblock itself in Russia; SoftBank's tech fund sets up in London; cybercrime versus old-school crime.
The telecoms sector has taken a hefty glancing blow in the past six months, hitting sales and confidence. And that made me think of John Chambers…
Survey results highlight some of the challenges telcos are encountering as they plan for a virtualized network future.
A new Heavy Reading survey suggests the next 24 months will see a surge in wide-scale SD-WAN deployments.
Carol Wilson and Alan Breznick assess cable's prospects for winning more enterprises in a landscape rocked by corporate M&A activity.
Technicolor is the first CPE provider to integrate Amazon's Greengrass application environment on its broadband gateways.
CableLabs predicts the first Full Duplex trials will take place in about a year, but is this particular technology cable's best hope for conquering the business services market?
Adrian Scrase, CTO at standards body ETSI, talks about the various initiatives and specifications developments related to NFV, 5G and NGP (next-generation protocols) that will underpin next-gen networks.
French service provider sheds light on ECOMP trials while AT&T cites evidence of growing service provider interest in the platform.
MSO plans to get more aggressive in fiber deployment as it builds a national brand for business services, executive says.