Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Millicom pulls out of Wari deal; SEE launches cloud connectivity service; fiber for Yorkshire.
A sharp slowdown in revenue growth at Huawei is a worrying indicator for the broader market.
Finnish vendor smashes analyst expectations on profit performance but warns investors that its network sales will decline at a steeper rate than previously expected.
Intelligent routing solution finding traction among large enterprises and interest in the telecom sector, but is it too different?
Vendor posted third straight quarter of solid growth, but attributes that mostly to cloud vertical.
ADVA's share price takes a 15% hit following an earnings report that cited 'turbulent times' and a 'subdued' sales outlook but there won't be any job cuts, the CEO says.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: HMD Global CEO steps down; ADVA numbers down in Q2; UK win for ADTRAN; EE's 4G cliffhanger.
The recent market entry of RJio is putting other operators under pressure to make investments in new software and virtualization technologies.
Chinese equipment supplier has recovered strongly from its clash with US authorities.
Merging players have been forced to give regulatory authorities more time to review their deal amid concern about the impact the move could have on competition.
Bikash Koley, who built Google's network and led the OpenConfig initiative, is coming to Juniper to fill Pradeep Sindhu's shoes.
Swedish vendor accelerates cost-cutting activities and says conditions will be worse than previously feared as its operating margin turns negative.
South Korean telco has taken the wraps off a new MANO platform, but will it reduce complexity or add to it?
AT&T kept getting asked if NetBond included Oracle. Not any more.
The companies create a strategic partnership that will bring Telia Carrier's network to every EdgeConneX site.
Global Capacity's VP of Marketing Mary Stanhope talks about how the demand for bandwidth is changing the way service providers deliver broadband.
Israeli semiconductor vendor is hoping to grab market share from archrival Broadcom with the launch of a next-generation chip for Ethernet switches.
Cisco wins this round: Arista has stopped importing switches to the US for now.
With Vodafone's head of network virtualization, David Amzallag, now departed, who's in charge of the operator's Ocean virtualization strategy? An import from Netcracker, Light Reading believes…
Deutsche Telekom's pan-net transformation is slowly moving ahead, even if it still has a long way to go.
Rogier Bronsgeest, the chief customer experience officer (chief CEO!) at Colt, discusses the way in which the service provider interacts with its customers these days and his aggressive net promoter score (NPS) targets.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telecom Italia opts for Cisco kit in metro upgrade; Net Insight disappoints in Q2; Paris Court of Appeal backs regulator in Free-Orange costs dispute.
Colt's sales director for enterprise, James Kershaw, sheds some light on the services currently in demand and how network upgrades are influencing customer demand.
ADVA's CEO Brian Protiva believes the acquisition of fellow optical and carrier Ethernet vendor MRV can deliver key Tier 1 accounts, upsell opportunities and immediate bottom-line gains.
Optical giant ADVA aims to gather more customers outside Europe.
Mirko Voltolini, VP of technology and architecture at Colt, talks about how SDN and NFV have impacted network operations and service development.