The takeover should help the smallest of the UK's four mobile network operators to address its spectrum shortcomings.
Juniper co-founder Pradeep Sindhu says he's stepping aside as CTO to focus on his position as CEO of a new startup, Fungible, which is working on cloud data centers.
Researchers at the University of Hiroshima claim a transmitter system delivered 105 Gbit/s over a single 300GHz channel.
Telcos hope that playing nicely with the Donald will bring rewards, but they may ultimately regret his regime.
The acquisition allows Stratoscale to add database cloud services to its portfolio.
Cable content protection will never be the same.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: TDC in the doldrums; fiber for Namur; ADVA targets climate change; UK boards lack IT expertise.
Automates day-to-day management and long-term planning for hybrid clouds.
Italian incumbent brings a long period of domestic decline to an end and looks forward to continued growth.
While some experts predict AI will take all the jobs, others say technology creates more jobs than it destroys.
Artificial intelligence will create new categories of work even as it destroys others, say advocates. But not everybody's so sure of a bright AI future.
Optical vendor appears to have reduced its headcount again but this time by a significant number.
Snap's IPO filing shows that the company is placing its faith, and dollars, in Google's cloud services.
Cox isn't licensing the new Comcast digital home solution to power its premium Panoramic WiFi service. At least not yet.
The TIA is adding to its exec ranks but is still looking for a new CEO after it ousted Scott Belcher.
A new Synergy Research report shows that AWS still dominates the public cloud space, with Microsoft, Google and IBM fighting for second place.
The latest dotcom darling could be valued at up to $25 billion, but there are big concerns about its business model.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Proximus digitizes Antwerp's port; BT seeks cybersecurity innovation; Telecom Italia signs movies deal.
The South Korean operator is under pressure to show there is money to be made from technology diversification.
This week in our WiC roundup: Federal IT jobs for women; Super Bowl ads get less sexist; bye bye brogrammers; and more.
Revenue growth slowed to 47% year-over-year in Q4 2016, from 69% year-over-year in the year-ago quarter. But who wouldn't like 47% revenue growth?
Qualcomm runs down some of the technologies that will evolve into the 5G radio standard.
Google is targeting Microsoft users by offering additional support for Windows Server and SQL Server, including disaster recovery.
What does Facebook want to be when it grows up?
Verizon traveled a rocky road in enterprise cloud and has struck a deal to sell its business, Light Reading believes.
Did you have an incredible 2016? Then you need to enter the industry's most prestigious awards program, the Leading Lights, now in its 13th year – it really does have something for everyone!
Finnish vendor is getting ready to introduce a next-generation IP routing product as part of its push into 'adjacent' vertical markets.
Formal launch of ECOMP in open source is chance to tout its advantages, but are they enough to unite the telecom industry?
HPE's acquisition of behavioral and security analytics startup Niara is its third acquisition of 2017.
Operator says it will have 1Gbit/s downloads in some places in 2017.
Nokia is maintaining its strategic emphasis on network security and may have some plausible claims to be ahead of its major vendor rivals – but it still has a lot of questions to answer.
Fresh off a solid financial quarter, VMware is updating its virtual networking technology.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ooredoo lands in Sicily; Sky and Discovery settle their differences; mobile research revealed; some better news for refugees.
Service provider says full-year earnings will be at the lower end of previously issued guidance because of difficulties in two key markets.
Finnish vendor heralds good progress on cost savings and the implementation of its new strategy.
A deal involving T-Mobile could help Deutsche Telekom to fund broadband improvements in its heartlands.
Ma Bell gets 39GHz spectrum that can be used for 5G tests and possible next-gen services in the future.
'Different' approach is built on being more open and engaging with customers, vendors and partners.
New York AG claims Charter isn't providing the broadband speeds that subscribers are paying for.
Verizon has completed its $1.8 billion purchase of XO's fiber business, setting the stage for 5G.
Chinese authorities are promoting new ownership models in order to raise capital.
Cisco's Annual Cybersecurity Report 2017 said that organizations suffered serious cybersecurity losses in 2016 – and the bad guys are coming for your server in 2017.
Dutch incumbent believes it is nearing the end of the long road to financial stability and if the coming year provides further proof points then it might be an attractive takeover target.
iPhone maker forecasts a doubling in the size of its services business in the next four years but is increasingly dependent on the iPhone.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Dido Harding steps down at TalkTalk; wholesale roaming caps finally agreed; Sky moves content closer with Nokia's Velocix; Hitler's phone up for auction.
Cisco is adding a set of security policy features to its Tetration analytics platform to help the IT department keep better tabs on applications within a cloud or data center.
UK fixed-line incumbent is trying to ward off calls for its dismemberment amid a financial crisis.
Utilities trials are coming for the sorta 5Gish powerline technology, AT&T says.