Check out the second batch of Leading Lights contenders in this category.
Finalists for Light Reading's Leading Lights award in the category Company of the Year (Private) include cloud vendors, mobile vendors, and a mobile cloud vendor.
Presenting the first six of 12 finalists for the Leading Lights Best Telecom Product award.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Hutchison's Irish deal gets EC green light; Ofcom explores 700MHz possibilities; EE wields its MobileIron.
The Cloud Ethernet Forum is attempting to create relevant, targeted specifications at a faster pace than traditional telecom industry bodies.
Like other small telcos, Comporium is bolstering local redevelopment efforts by bringing fiber-based Gigabit Internet access to downtown.
SDN offers the promise of networking solutions without vendor lock-in, but how can industry standards be attained?
The company said it is cutting up to 16,000 more jobs beyond the 34,000 already announced.
Five companies and their respective services made the shortlist this year.
Bandwidth-on-demand options and services steal the category in four of the six final entries.
Operators have shared their perspectives on IP and optical convergence, with network management and planning coming in for close scrutiny.
Huawei names Ming He to lead its US operations, such as they are...
A new data center for the Minneapolis-St. Paul market will let CenturyLink Tech Solutions deliver more cloud, co-location, and managed/hosted services.
Bell Labs is offering a prize to attract innovation of the Big Bang variety and expects SDN and NFV will get it to market faster.
New products, market growth and some job losses dominate the components sector in the latest roundup of news tidbits.
Spying allegations threaten 'our country's global technological leadership,' says Cisco CEO and chairman John Chambers.
Managed services provider builds national strategy around serving companies with widely distributed small sites, starting with retailers.
Adds to its European assets with the acquisition of Geo, which has a network running through London's sewers… phew!
Also, Cisco's not trying to crush VMware. Really it's not.
Cyan helps Mid Atlantic Broadband Communities (MBC) develop backhaul connectivity to a greater number of cell sites for less expense.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Orange chief feeling chipper; Numericable Q1 numbers on the up; 4G for Moscow metro; Etisalat completes Maroc Telecom acquisition.
We've got the questions, you've got the answers...
On its recently deployed 100G link between Salt Lake City and Sacramento, Integra is using Ciena's PinPoint solution to monitor fiber loss.
Not even a future $19 trillion market can keep Guido Jouret, Cisco's Internet of Things leader, at the company.
SDN is gaining popularity fast, but there's also a lot of skepticism about its potential among network engineers and managers, according to a Network Instruments study.
The vendor cuts its losses and shows strength in key networking equipment sectors in the first quarter, but revenues are static.
Just over a year after taking the helm, what's on the mind of Alcatel-Lucent CEO Michel Combes? Plenty of things, but being part of the next mega-merger isn't one of them.
Utility companies face many of the same network transformation issues as telecom players but their needs are also unique to the power sector.
Colin Dixon is reportedly part of SDN brain drain at IBM.
tw telecom enables dynamic Class of Service changes to go along with its existing dynamic bandwidth capabilities.
There are more than 80 finalists in 16 categories for this year's Leading Lights awards, and it's an impressive bunch.
The proposed Geneve protocol would improve interoperability for virtualized networks.
The Big Telecom Event, or BTE, is a big deal for the whole industry, as well as for Light Reading.
Citrix upgrades its application delivery controller in an effort to improve performance and user experience for mobile apps.
Japanese network and data center operator makes SDN platform centerpiece of its new on-demand burstable Ethernet service suite.
Ciena and Brocade co-develop a dynamic resource provisioning solution for the inter-data center WAN.
Vendors are vying to define SDN in ways that advantage their own products. Meanwhile, the threat from cloud providers looms like a zombie army in the distance.
The latest roundup from the world of comms components features funding news from Cisco.
Research from Raymond James & Assoc. points toward increased capex by AT&T and Verizon in the first quarter and a possible long-term shift away from seasonal spending patterns.
Five months after announcing the Tier 3 purchase, CenturyLink unveils new cloud strategy built on cheaper prices and enterprise-scale power.