Light Reading recently published an exclusive interview with Huawei's deputy chairman Eric Xu in English – now that interview is available in Chinese too.
The ATSC 3.0 proposal took a big step closer to being ratified as a standard. It will make TV transmission IP-based, and that should give broadcasters the tools to take on cable, IPTV, DBS and wireless rivals.
CEO Charles Robbins says he foresees proprietary and white box equipment coexisting with open source technology.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: GCHQ deploys Smurf army, says Snowden; Safe Harbor ruling could spell trouble for Facebook and others; Telenet/BASE deal comes under scrutiny.
France's number-three service provider has issued some bullish targets for profitability despite operating in one of Europe's most competitive markets.
The research device uses common electronic materials and behaves so much like silicon memory that it might make an all-optical processor actually possible.
Masergy's James Harrison talks about some of the network security and data center issues network operators need to consider as they expand their broadband services portfolios.
A tie-up between RCom and RJio could have major repercussions for India's telecom market.
Wheeler pushes 24GHz and above rules for 5G, hints at possibility of US losing 4G 'lead' as world glides towards to next-gen mobile.
Head of Telefonica's NFV initiative admits virtualization initially means greater complexity but with right abstraction layer, it's possible to create an architecture focused on service delivery.
Trustev, an Irish fraud protection group, has found T-Mobile customer details up for sale on the Dark Web for just a buck!
But the main point of its letter to the FCC is to call out Sprint and T-Mobile for deploying WiFi calling in violation of the Commission's TTY requirements.
With only 150,000 new retail device activations last year, can TiVo recover its retail mojo?
Participants from the inaugural Gigabit Europe event in Munich share their key takeaways from the conference.
Shaygan Kheradpir left Juniper under a cloud (not THE cloud) but has reappeared as CEO of transport vendor Coriant.
Nordic operator follows TeliaSonera in deciding to end its involvement in various eastern European and central Asian markets.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: management re-jig at Tele2; AlcaLu veteran heads for Technicolor; ADVA turbocharges DCI offering.
Light Reading's Women in Comms talked to Cheri Beranek, president & CEO, Clearfield, Inc., about her secret to success as a woman in the comms industry.
It isn't enough to come up with good ideas. Service providers also need to execute and make them produce business value, says Amdocs' head of innovation for IT and services.
Have inclusive and constructive conversations, attach a bigger meaning to your work and get involved in the cause, Intel's Monique Hayward advises women in comms.
Service providers can generate new business helping companies, government agencies and individuals solve the enormous problems of authentication and identity.
Huawei joins a slew of equipment vendors seeking to make their mark in the North American cable space with products for both cable's new DOCSIS gigabit spec and CCAP.
Sprint is planning cost cuts and layoffs, according to a memo from the CFO, obtained by the Wall Street Journal.
Peter Bell, CIO at Openreach, the access network division at UK incumbent BT, provides an update on the operator's G.fast trials and how Openreach is planning to deploy the broadband technology in its street cabinets.
Civiq Smartscapes plans to use the LinkNYC project as a launch pad for future smart city initiatives.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ad firm's IPO raises €400 million for Deutsche Telekom; quantum security breakthrough; Proximus rustles up €500 million on bonds market; new CMO at Nokia unit.
Sonus CTO Kevin Riley sat down with Light Reading to discuss the trajectory of the company, its SDN ambitions and why Sonus is taking a market-disruptive approach to SD-WAN.
AT&T's new security report and initiative is aimed at getting CEOs and board members more engaged in the security process.
Some in the broadband industry expect Google to make a gigabit move in Europe – it would be a much-needed catalyst.
But it's because of obstacles they face, not because they are leaving the workforce as is often suggested, McKinsey finds in a new report with Lean In.
Does Verizon's new Go90 mobile video service have what it takes to draw an audience?
France's Orange bemoans the lack of a digital single market in Europe but remains optimistic about the region's potential.
The launch of its first broadband satellite gives Australia's NBN something positive to focus on amid ongoing financing and technology problems.
Mark Collins, director of Strategy & Public Affairs at competitive UK city network operator CityFibre, talks about his company's plans to help build Gigabit Cities.
After five years of litigation over patents, Microsoft and Google say they will dismiss around 20 lawsuits and work together on certain patent matters.
More than half of organizations are still not not re-evaluating their information security even after high-visibility data breaches.
Up-and-coming companies are looking to help comms providers improve their networks, security and customer care.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Orange gets the go-ahead on 5G trials; Vodafone confirms Spanish job cuts; Netflix expands in southern Europe.
Join Kireeti Kompella, Juniper Networks CTO, and Steve Saunders, Light Reading Founder and CEO, as they discuss Juniper Networks' approach to NFV showcased with a turnkey vCPE solution, which demonstrates how service providers can use automation to rapidly deploy services.