Time Warner Cable continues its all-digital transition with a rollout of its TWC Maxx initiative in Kansas City, its fourth upgrade market.
Having made its fortunes in hardware, Cisco is now planning to revamp its strategy and plan a future based on software and cloud developments.
Unaudited 2014 financials from the Chinese equipment maker show it is going from strength to strength while others flatline.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Liberty Global reorganizes; Netflix rolls on to TalkTalk; German cable capers.
New single-mode LTE platform brings chipset costs down to 3G ranges, while a partnership with Ecrio will give a 4G voice to any of those IoT devices that need one.
As operators deploy NFV, NetNumber says it becomes more important to have a single interface for dealing with all flavors of signaling.
Chinese vendor provides greater detail on 2014 financials.
Mobile operator touts importance of 4G indoor signal quality and content offerings.
Product demos, panel discussions and unfettered gossip spoke volumes about the chaotic state of the smart home at CES 2015.
Germany's third-biggest cable operator claims new broadband service will be twice as fast as current market offerings.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telecom Italia gains mobile customers; Ivory Coast operator acquired; last tango at Openreach.
Decision to let customers roam at domestic rates should satisfy European regulators.
To get real customer visibility and to consistently deliver a higher quality experience, MNOs must have access to real-time location awareness.
Things are looking up for Cyan, which raised its fourth-quarter outlook this week on the heels of a new contract and new funding.
A municipal utility in Sebewaing, Michigan, tries to transform a sugar beet capital into a Gigabit Village.
AT&T will host the first live, on-site demo of LTE Broadcast technology at the college football national championship game on January 12.
Sebewaing Light and Water recently deployed a fiber-to-the-home network to deliver gigabit services to its 1,800-person community.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: TDD LTE-A breakthrough in Finland; ARM's new money man; Dorset goes superfast!
This could be a big year for converged service offerings but quad play might prove a tough game for telcos.
The current definition, 4 Mbit/s downstream, is inadequate for present-day needs, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler says.
Social network aims to improve video experience for customers with QuickFire's compression technology.
Under AT&T's ownership, Cricket is shutting down its popular Muve Music service in favor of a partnership with streaming and download service Deezer.
Encouraged by money raised in the AWS spectrum, Sprint's CEO says the carrier is in the early stages of exploring ways to monetize its 2.5GHz spectrum holdings.
Broadcom unveils first reference design for a DOCSIS 3.1 cable modem at CES, while STMicroelectronics demos D3.1 platform with RDK-B.
In our latest community poll, readers pick Comcast as the most likely US pay-TV provider to introduce an HDMI streaming media stick first, edging out Verizon.
Equinix ties apps to the appropriate cloud using Apigee's API management platform.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: TalkTalk buys Blinkbox; Belgacom homes in on the IoT; ZTE grabs some Dutch smart cities action.
IP systems vendor buys SDN technology from Treq Labs, announces a reverse stock split and provides preliminary fourth-quarter financials.
Suffering a loss of market share in China, South Korean tech giant says recent profit decline was not as bad as feared.
Flying killers turn into duckface enablers!
Impressive quarterly performance keeps Sprint ahead of T-Mobile in US mobile market.
Taking his cue from Pres. Obama, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler strongly hints at CES that he'll push for Title II reclassification of ISPs when the Commission tackles the issue late next month.
Democrats get ahead of the Republicans' own bill, as the FCC prepares to vote.
The connected car is king at CES, but there's plenty more to see, too.
Alcatel-Lucent, Nokia Networks and Samsung all chip in to help Sprint accelerate its Spark LTE network rollout.
Number-four mobile operator will soon overtake Sprint on subscriber numbers, says CEO.
Roku says more apps from pay-TV providers will hit its platform in the US this year.
A troubled spoke of the Asia America Gateway subsea cable faces repairs following the latest of multiple cuts within the past year.
Charter and Cisco have forged a new set-top deal, but the cable company isn't tying down its new cloud-based user interface to any one type of box.
Perhaps in response to T-Mobile's recent offer, AT&T's new Rollover Data plan will let any person or family on a Mobile Share Value plan keep their unused data for the next month.
Parent company Lenovo plans to launch three devices in early 2015.
By gaining an automated back-end system and data services portfolio, carrier lays groundwork for significant expansion strategy.
The Indian government expects to raise at least $10.3 billion from the sale of new spectrum licenses across multiple bands.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: 'Grexit' threatens OTE; Portugal Telecom in fraud probe; O2 Czech Republic management changes; Wiko launches 4G phone in Kenya.
The scary thing is that this massive Las Vegas show could get even bigger, thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT).
The AWS-3 spectrum auction has so far garnered bids worth $44.6 billion and it's still not over!
Aggressive LTE strategy is paying off for the world's biggest telco.
Competition and churn were up in Q4 and CEO says he's happy, as Verizon's highest value customers stayed.
At the Consumer Electronics Show, the carrier showcases its role as facilitator of app development for the industrial and consumer Internet of Things.
Despite its video content ambitions, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam sees the company as a platform – maybe apps and services – company, but definitely not a content provider.
To combat low tablet sales, AT&T is offering iPad owners a different way to get on its LTE network – via a case.
Lowell McAdam dismisses rumors of a Verizon move for AOL but raises possibility of a content partnership.
Channel Master is adding linear online TV channels to its retail DVR box.
Metaswitch CTO says virtual functions implemented on IT-grade cloud infrastructure require extra engineering help to handle network volumes.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: a cloud for mariners; Kabel Deutschland taps Cisco knowhow; AlcaLu's man in Shanghai.
Dish has opened the door to skinnier content bundles with the launch of its much-anticipated online video service, Sling TV.
Along with the pending sale of European assets, improved earnings should put Oi on a sounder financial footing.
Wi-Fi Alliance announces Wi-Fi Aware, a new proximity-based technology that creates a power-efficient, offline mode of discovery.
Carrier's CTO says it has begun working with its chipset, radio infrastructure and device partners to trial LTE-Unlicensed this year.
Another small community is gigabit-ready, thanks to a utility-owned FTTH network.
Celeno and Quantenna prep their latest Wave 2 802.11ac chipsets for the CES spotlight.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telenor feels the anti-corruption heat; Asiacell launches '3.9G' in Iraq.
In a 'New Year Message for 2015,' the current CEO cites a year-on-year sales increase of 15%.
The South Korean operator provides Light Reading with an update on its biggest moves in small cells during the past year, from virtualization, to carrier aggregation, to 5G.
Having failed to make a dent in the smartphone OS sector, Samsung is taking its Tizen operating system into the living room.
Also in today's regional roundup: ADVA names a new CFO; Birdstep sells part of its mobile security business; Blinkbox could attract rival bids.
Here's what we think will happen on the cable/video front next year. (Just don't remember what we get wrong.)
Vik Saxema, CTO for Cable & Media at Alcatel-Lucent, talks about the vendor's developments for the cable operator market, including virtual CPE.