Companies ranging from Verizon to Apple have been reluctant to talk at length about 6G. And that's what makes Mike Irizarry of UScellular so noteworthy: He's an outspoken proponent of 6G.
Cable operator says it is using 4G and 5G fixed wireless access RAN tech from Ericsson to connect customers in rural and unserved areas using CBRS spectrum. Mediacom is selling the service under the 'Mediacom Bolt' brand.
FreedomFi said it expects to ship up to 20,000 small cells for a 5G-ready network that will rely on a cryptocurrency-backed payment system pioneered by startup Helium.
India's second-largest operator is fundraising – it's looking for investment from Google, while the board approves a $2.86 billion rights issue.
The markets for material and labor should catch up to demand, particularly by the time Frontier 'reaches its peak deployment cadence' for FTTP upgrades in the 2023-2025 timeframe, analyst predicts.
Group reports revenue and EBITDA growth on a reported basis in the April-June period of 2021.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: smart grids in Greece; Deutsche Telekom updates on fiber and 5G; BT relaxed about remote working.
The organization at the heart of open RAN has a compliance problem that may be difficult to resolve.
A new report indicates a possible pairing between iPhone maker Apple and satellite company Globalstar. However, that doesn't necessarily mean Apple's next iPhone will connect to satellites.
With vendors still conducting trials, India's state-owned operator is unlikely to be able to launch its 4G service for some time.
Proposed merger of US-based Adtran and Germany-based ADVA surfaces amid a push among American and European lawmakers and service providers to build expansive fiber networks.
OTT-delivered pay-TV service says its free-to-play games and 'FanView' live stats feature will exit beta on September 2, in time for FuboTV's exclusive streaming coverage of the CONMEBOL World Cup 2022 qualifying matches.
The Finnish equipment maker says it is pausing work in the O-RAN Alliance because several Chinese members now feature on the US Entity List.
China's second-largest vendor is increasingly reliant on its domestic market for earnings growth.
Amid an influx of new, premium content, the free ad-supported streaming TV – or FAST – market is poised to generate 216 million monthly active users by 2023, a new study finds.
'Knowing that we failed to prevent this exposure is one of the hardest parts of this event. On behalf of everyone at Team Magenta, I want to say we are truly sorry,' wrote T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert.
The Big 5G Event is happening in Denver next week. It will be one of the first in-person trade shows for the US telecom industry since the pandemic started. Here is what to expect.
German operation of Spanish giant announces plan to accelerate 3G closure; rivals Vodafone Germany and Telekom Deutschland have already packed their 3G bags.
The US chips designer has reported a surge in sales for its second quarter, but a semiconductor crisis could upset its plans.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Partner bids to buy Xfone; Ericsson fuels 5G in Jakarta; kid's income mushrooms after non-fungible tokens triumph.
Third-largest Swiss player says revenue and core profits increased above pre-pandemic levels in Q2.
'LTD is not itself culpable for Mr. [Kristopher] Twomey's unprofessional and dishonest actions because it innocently hired him,' the company wrote in a new, fiery filing to the FCC.
'Volkswagen is the first automaker partnering with both Verizon and T-Mobile to offer customers the flexibility to choose from multiple wireless providers,' the company announced.
Streaming pay-TV service is kicking off a campaign starring tennis great Serena Williams to tout the new brand less than a month after DirecTV separated from AT&T.
This week: Jennifer Alvarez, co-founder and CEO, Aurora Insight, and David Hartshorn, CEO of Geeks Without Frontiers, on their partnership to address the lack of reliable wireless broadband in underserved parts of the US and abroad.
Microsoft and Google pledge $30 billion to bolster homeland security; Amazon, Apple and IBM also offer support.
Complementing its legacy, satellite-based platform, Comcast unit says its new, managed terrestrial distribution system will help small and midsized operators cut costs and embark on a transition to IP video.
As an MPLS, VPN, SD-WAN and managed services provider, Masergy is a great fit for Comcast Business, says Vertical Systems Group's Rosemary Cochran.
The aging satellite operator's mainstream business has been shrinking for years and new competitors are emerging.
Initial public offerings are on the agenda for Foxtel and Viu as their streaming business soars.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: MegaFon's Q2; Aryaka's new man; connectivity in Croydon.
While Congress works on getting an infrastructure package with $65B for broadband to Biden's desk, several states are making plans for significant investments with help from existing federal funds.
France-based operator reports a largely positive first half, although it lost some pace in mobile subscriber growth from Q1.
Dish, a former card-carrying member of the Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA), is the first company from the satellite sector to join the HomeGrid Forum.
Telstra and Optus seem to be reaping the benefit of price hikes.
Chinese tech company rides high on smartphone sales in China and abroad; makes EV inroads with DeepMotion buy.
Telco claims about carbon neutrality and renewables adoption should be viewed with considerable skepticism.
Play for Masergy, a key supplier of SD-WAN and cloud services with more than 1,400 customers worldwide, aims to accelerate Comcast Business' plans to serve midsized and enterprise-level customers.
Rolls, a former CTO at Cox and Charter, is now a senior advisor at Broadband Success Partners, a firm that provides technology-focused analysis and advice for broadband network transactions.
Open RAN provider is now integrating 2G technology from 2020 acquisition ip.access.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Orange closes low-cost Amena brand; Jurassic Fibre expands in Dorset; fans cry foul over DAZN's Serie A soccer debut.
Lockheed Martin is the US military's biggest contractor, and it recently unveiled a 5G-capable satellite dish that could help connect 'sensors with shooters across all domains, commands and services.'
LG said its 6G connection traveled in the 155-175GHz band and used adaptive beamforming and high gain antenna switching technology. The test signals more momentum in the space beyond 5G.
Verizon's Terrance Robinson shares insights about which mobile security threats are on the rise, and how enterprises and their employees can identify and address potential threats.
China's 5G investment plunged in the first half as the global chip shortage took its toll.
Starlink's satellite broadband entry is delivering service in 14 countries, with applications pending to expand to 'many more countries,' according to SpaceX CEO Elon Musk.
A year since launching Japan's fourth mobile network, the Japanese Internet company is now setting itself up as a vendor.
Analyst firm predicts 5G models will grab 43% share of global smartphone market this year, up from 19% in 2020, although the bulk of them will only support sub-6GHz frequencies.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ethiopia wants to grow its own Facebook; Welsh broadband provider taps Nokia; Deutsche Telekom in 5G foray.
Deal discussions said to value fiber network provider at £2 billion, which has clearly come as a shock to some.
Airspan notched second-quarter revenues of $42 million, up 51% from the year-ago quarter. But the company's stock price is down from around $10 to just $6.80 per share after a week of trading.
But the bill, paired with RDOF and other stimulus efforts, are poised to establish a 'monumental and transformative' phase for the network tech supplier, DZS CEO Charlie Vogt says.
T-Mobile, which has long bundled in Netflix, is now adding a year of Apple TV+ service to its sales pitch. It's an attempt to help the carrier gain a leg up on rivals.
New Zealand wholesale infrastructure company makes UFB gains, but these are offset by decline in copper broadband products.
Sixteen months since it was announced, the much-touted 5G messaging system is not yet even a commercial service.
Last week's telecom news highlights included all the damage, and damage control, surrounding T-Mobile's recent hack and data breach.
The boss of the Swedish equipment maker is worried the West could lose a future battle between different mobile standards.
The CMA says an in-depth investigation into the deal is warranted on competition grounds.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: OneWeb sends up more satellites; Ericsson heads for the Faroe Islands; Telia takes part in 5G-fueled farming robotics program.
SpaceX has urged the FCC to approve a plan for a densified system of nearly 30,000 satellites that could be delivered into orbit aboard SpaceX's new heavy-lift Starship rocket.
Montana's Triangle Communications is purchasing open RAN hardware and software from Mavenir as it works to eliminate Huawei equipment from its operations.
T-Mobile disclosed that hackers have accessed some of its customers' IMEI and IMSI data – identifier numbers associated with specific phones – potentially paving the way for SIM swap problems.
Content discovery remains a major pain point, but consumers continue to clamor for video services, with average survey respondents using five paid services.
If the regulator's market assessment is right, it failed at its basic job of preventing the emergence of monopolies.
The Vodafone Idea crisis shows no sign of resolution. One option could be a merger with state-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL).
'Aligning the spectrum blocks held in adjacent market areas allows the carriers to operate more efficiently by facilitating handoffs when users transition to the adjacent markets,' says FCC filing.
China Telecom makes Shanghai debut, China Mobile preps listing and China Unicom mulls spin-off and listing for a technology unit.
This week in our WiC roundup: A new children's book series is set to be written by Chelsea Clinton; the annual Grace Hopper Celebration is back and bigger than ever; climate change and gender equity are interlinked; and more.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: TIM does hotels deal with DAZN; Cadoo plans UK expansion; Vodafone raises awareness of digital divide.
All mobile service providers are riding a wave of subscriber growth, but US cable ops have been able to chip away and become a force in the post-paid game without resorting to aggressive offers and promotions.
'AT&T will be keen to get the maximum 40MHz allowable on a quasi-nationwide basis, while T-Mobile has said they will be opportunistic,' wrote the Morgan Stanley analysts. 'Dish is another wild card.'
Verizon has installed 5G Ultra Wideband and its Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) platform at the testbed, based in Coppell, TX, so enterprise customers can try out hybrid cloud, edge, AI, IoT and other applications on Verizon's 5G network.
GM said the move would allow it to implement a number of improvements, including faster music and video downloads for motorists and faster, more reliable over-the-air software updates for its vehicles.
The UK government will intervene in Nvidia's $40B purchase of UK chipmaker Arm. SoftBank may find itself considering an IPO instead.
This week: Dr. Tamarah Holmes, director of the Office of Broadband, Virginia, on how they've closed 50% of the state's digital divide, and plans to allocate $700 million over three years to finish the job.
US software supplier can lay claim to a starring role in the Swedish telecom group's ambitious IT transformation program.
Despite its lurch into software, the US firm still generates most of its income from sales of Internet boxes – and component costs are rising.
3G networks are getting shut down around the world. But in some corners of the globe, 2G networks are staying lit for potentially the next decade.
The two Japanese vendors plan to set up testing environments in the US and the UK.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: malware plays havoc in Africa; Google stunned by miniscule Russian fine; new names in Cuckoo's nest.
Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Dish Network appear to have signaled their intention to bid in the FCC's upcoming 3.45-3.55GHz auction. However, Comcast and Charter are nowhere to be found.
Gridmetrics' first product – the Power Event Notification System – uses data from 300,000-plus network-based sensors to monitor the state of the US power grid, pinpoint outages and discern root causes of power events.
'We don't know what liability, if any, T-Mobile will face for the leak. We are reminded of the Equifax leak,' wrote the financial analysts at New Street Research of T-Mobile's latest breach.
Building on its Mars helicopter technology, Qualcomm has announced its world-first 5G AI drone platform, with an early Verizon tie-up.
New offering, set to roll out to more than 20 European markets in 2022, will feature premium and original fare from Sky, NBCU, Universal Pictures, Peacock, Paramount+, Showtime, Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Etisalat sets course for larger stake in Maroc Telecom; UK tech startups prosper; Olympic divers make mobile-data splash.
Australian telco said to be offering equivalent of A$200 to fully jabbed staff members.
SES is nearing the launch of an initial set of high-capacity, medium Earth-satellites made by Boeing that will work in tandem with its existing satellite fleet, hook into Microsoft Azure, and provide global coverage.
A laptop tethered to a phone via a Wi-Fi hotspot is consuming data in the exact same set-up that a smart watch tethered to a phone via Bluetooth is consuming data. But the cost is much, much different.
'I think you're going to start to see more of that sharing, because the capital costs are so great and if you can do that and build a better product I think the consumer wins,' said Dish's Charlie Ergen.
Following about nine months of negotiations, a new distribution deal reopens access to Spectrum TV, Charter's pay-TV streaming app, to Roku users.
Taking on TiVo, new turnkey offering from Jackson Energy Authority is powered by Harmonic's VOD 360 cloud platform and features pre-integrations with Nagra, Minerva, Viamedia, FreeWheel, Enghouse and SeaChange.
Norwegian operator launches value-added services to support future growth and improve loyalty and churn.
T-Mobile has admitted 'unauthorized access' took place, after hackers claimed over 100 million users' data is being sold for Bitcoin.
Striking MVNO deals could help Tier 2/3 cable ops push their broadband agendas, but the costs and operational challenges are immense. CoBank believes there are options, including partnerships, that ops could explore.
The former boss of ITV will find himself in the middle of activist shareholders, a CEO with ambitious investment plans and a regulator keen to address competition concerns.
'Major disruptions to passenger air travel, commercial transport and critical helicopter operations can be expected from the rollout of 5G,' argued American Airlines, Boeing, Lockheed Martin and others.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia and Safaricom combine to connect schools in Kenya; Elisa Estonia launches hybrid Android TV service; TymeBank heads for the Philippines.
Rising smart home services and new business growth have powered China Mobile to a 6% lift in interim profit – its best first-half result since 2011.
Ed Chan, Verizon's chief network engineering officer, believes it will be 'difficult to migrate to a cloud platform,' according to comments he made to the Cowen financial analysts.
With roots stemming back to Suddenlink and Altice USA, the startup recently landed a $3 million seed round from a group that includes Cequel III, an investment firm led by cable industry vet Jerry Kent.
Facebook, Alphabet and a motley group of telcos are behind a 37,000km new subsea cable network which will reach from Nigeria to California by 2024.
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) argued that T-Mobile appeared to provide 'false statements, omissions and/or misleading assurances' related to its 3G CDMA shutdown plans.
Motherboard report says personal data of 100 million people gleaned from T-Mobile servers is up for sale.
United Group continues its European shopping spree with a further acquisition in Greece.
Last week's telecom news highlights included some M&A speculation involving Reliance Jio and T-Mobile Netherlands. We also covered the new roaming fees that are now summering in the UK. Finally, don't look up now but we have another satellite story – this one discusses SpaceX's decision to buy Swarm, a company that operates around 100 microsatellites providing IoT connectivity.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: DAZN's plan for world domination; Etisalat's new man in UAE; mobile gaming in the UK.
Eric Stonestrom has been the CEO of Airspan since 1998 and in just a few days he hopes to take the company public on the back of opportunities around open RAN and 5G.
Oleg Khaykin is seeing a 'really tectonic shift in North America among operators, with a lot of the media focus and content going right out of the window.' Instead, they're now spending on fiber and 5G, he said.
'We are highly encouraging all of our employees to get vaccinated, but we are not requiring vaccinations at this time,' a T-Mobile representative wrote in response to questions.
'The impact of COVID-19 disruptions in Vietnam will be significant for us in Q3,' said Phil Brace, who was appointed Sierra Wireless's new CEO just three weeks ago.
A new report presented at the Black Hat security conference indicates that the standalone and non-standalone versions of 5G can potentially support more secure connections.
Fresh mobile study from J.D. Power is the first to see a cable company secure a top score among MVNOs. Comcast's Xfinity Mobile service beat the MVNO industry average and Dish-owned Boost Mobile.
This week in our WiC roundup: Pay and hiring gaps persist; how can Black women catch up to white men?; diversity makes for a happier workplace; and more.
A big investment by a leading South Korean conglomerate takes OneWeb's market capitalization to $3.4 billion, as satellite Internet tempts more investors.
Verizon has expanded its 5G Home service in Chicago since initially launching it in 2019, according to a new report by the financial analysts at Sanford C. Bernstein & Co.
The Mouse adds a better-than-expected 12.4 million Disney+ subs in fiscal Q3, expanding the service's global streaming base to 116 million.
T-Mobile Fiber is billed as a 'very limited pilot' that runs on a local fiber provider's network that appears to be linked to a company called Pilot Fiber. T-Mobile says fixed wireless remains its 'flagship home Internet offering.'
'We agree with Mavenir that we should modify the catalog to reduce the low end of the range of estimated costs,' the FCC wrote in its new pricing catalogue for mobile network equipment.
This week: Prashanth Vijay, CEO of Flume, discusses leveraging dark fiber in partnership with cities, and Flume's commitment to deliver broadband to New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) buildings.
Verizon promised to offer Lifeline services via TracFone for at least three years, one of several promises the company made in hopes of speeding regulatory approval of the transaction.
Japanese telecoms group makes ambitious move to drum up business at NTT Ltd, its international division.
Latest HFC network upgrade means more than half of the UK broadband provider's footprint is passed with 'gigabit speeds.'
If the Jio-Deutsche Telekom deal comes through, it will be the first telco acquisition by an Indian telco in Europe.
Telstra has declared victory in its four-year transformation program one year ahead of schedule.
Germany-based group bolstered by a strong performance in the US while trend also improves on the other side of the pond.
CableLabs plans to hold its first two DOCSIS 4.0 interoperability events this October and December, and has set dates for ten more in 2022.
AT&T has a 'preferred place in the supply chain,' but fiber supply challenges have caused the company to reduce its 2021 buildout goal to 2.5 million, down from an original forecast of 3 million.
Ziply Fiber has identified the 14 markets next in line for 1-Gig upgrades, the latest step in a broader plan to upgrade up to 85% of its footprint to FTTP over the next three years, CEO Harold Zeitz says.
Verizon's Suzanne Widup has her finger on the pulse of hackers' evolving efforts to undermine network security via phishing attacks, ransomware and social engineering.
Rakuten Mobile's revenues grew 17% though building base stations dragged it into the red, after deals buying Altiostar and partnering Germany's 1&1.
Total net income increased 84% in the quarter on the back of 5G growth and gains from chipmaker SK Hynix.
New offering, called Cox Prosight, provides real-time location services for medical equipment, environment monitoring and a rapid communications path for hospital personnel.
The bipartisan bill, which includes $65 billion earmarked for broadband, now moves to the House.
Cable One says the vast majority of households that participate in the EBB program use the funds for upgrades to faster tiers, and less than 10% are new to the cable op.
The acquisition is expected to close in October 2021.
South Korean operator reaches over 5 million 5G subscribers.
PLDT calls for end of 'arbitrary' regulation to speed rural rollout.
'This is a manufactured crisis, orchestrated by Dish, and it is about money, not customers,' according to T-Mobile's CEO. But Dish Chairman Charlie Ergen said that T-Mobile is just being a 'sore winner.'
Globalstar 'recorded $14.1 million as long-term deferred revenue' in a new agreement that has financial analysts speculating that the satellite company's time has come.
Company expects to have construction activities in Las Vegas 'substantially complete' within the next 60 days, according to Dave Mayo, Dish's EVP of network development.
'SpaceX will ... benefit from access to the intellectual property and expertise developed by the Swarm team, as well as from adding this resourceful and effective team to SpaceX,' according to FCC filings.
The reintroduction of roaming charges by BT and Vodafone is a sign of telco failure to boost revenues.
Indian vendors are upping the game where 5G products are concerned thanks to the departure of Chinese vendors and the Aatmanirbhar (self-reliance) push.
Dish's overall pay-TV sub base shrunk to 10.99 million (8.55 million satellite TV and 2.44 million Sling TV subs). Analyst notes that Dish's aging satellite fleet portends 'the long, slow goodbye of satellite tv.'
Last week's telecom news highlights included an overview of Rakuten's impressively aggressive plans, a look at Telegram's rapid growth and the looming threat it presents to telcos, and a summary of the supply chain issues that broadband equipment providers are having as the pandemic has forced higher prices and longer wait times for many components and logistics services.
The Australian competition regulator hauls the three biggest telcos to court for allegedly making misleading claims on broadband speeds – but they blame NBN.
Viasat's current satellite bandwidth is largely spoken for as subs take faster tiers and the company hits new markets. But work continues on a set of new high-capacity ViaSat-3 satellites that will provide global coverage.
Operating income contracts but NTT expects growth here from Q2 onwards, fueled by NTT Docomo; announces $2.3 billion share buyback programme.
Italian upstart signs its second fiber deal after last year's agreement with Open Fiber.
In this mentor spotlight, Kurshid shares her insight into how COVID-19 has impacted customers' priorities around cloud networking, how corporate culture can better support a distributed workforce and advice she's received in her career that has helped her blend technical skills with business development acumen.
Under new, accelerated buildout, Frontier will end 2021 with 4 million fiber locations, then kick off a 'Wave 2' upgrade that will tack on another 6 million locations passed from 2022 through 2025.
Huawei's business continues to reel under the pressure of US sanctions, its first-half numbers show.
Singapore's StarHub sees mobile revenues drop, but cybersecurity and business services are new winners after buying a Malaysian data star.
Orders remain solid and a wave of deployments with tier 1 operators looms on the horizon, but supply chain constraints inflicting the entire industry are putting pressure on the speed at which product can be delivered.
The UK and Italy are the two largest markets for the Three Group, and they displayed different results for the first six months of 2021.
This week: Anthony Goonetilleke, group president of media, network and technology at Amdocs, on the changing conversation around the future of connectivity, and Amdocs' digital divide work with the 5G Innovation Lab.
This week in our WiC roundup: Prejudice in hiring practices; for women in tech, harassment is the norm; heavy hitters get together for real change; and more.
Median download speeds for the satellite broadband service hit 97.2 Mbit/s in the US, up from 65.7 Mbit/s in Q1 2021, putting it within shouting distance of fixed-line averages, Ookla's latest Speedtest data finds.
Telia Carrier says that DNS and NTP amplification attacks were the most common attack vectors last year, that threat activity peaks mirrored COVID lockdowns in the spring and fall in US and Europe, and carpet-bombing attacks are on the rise.
Networks must evolve for the sake of how we work and for the sake of network providers, which are facing an inflection point with the services they provide and how they're delivered to end users.
CommScope now expects to complete the spin-off of Home Networks, the unit that makes set-tops and gateways, into a separate, publicly traded company in Q2 2022 – roughly a quarter later than originally expected.
Largely thanks to a strong showing from its Italian subsidiary, Swiss telecoms group raises full-year EBITDA outlook.
The technology may be ready but the business model needs more work.
Working in tandem with Deltatre, Firstlight is developing a revamped, cloud-native version of Sportsnet's SN Now app that, it claims, will represent a quantum leap in customization and personalization for streaming.
Streaming hours dropped and account sign-ups flattened out as consumers started to get out of the house amid loosened pandemic restrictions, but Roku's total revenues and ARPU numbers continued to climb.
Rakuten is betting that its elaborate composition of software and services will be music to the ears of telecom operators, enterprises and more.
Germany's newest mobile operator has gone all-in with Rakuten rather than a traditional provider.
SoftBank Corp. has reported flat first-quarter earnings as the company grapples with heated mobile price competition.
Verizon's Erik Sheehan explains how the service provider is using computer vision to improve network operations and customer experience.
But company remains bullish about its overall pay-TV prospects as it expands further into the IPTV market following the recent acquisition of MobiTV's assets.
US sanctions on Huawei unsurprisingly impact Q2, but optical components specialist predicts return to GAAP profitability in Q4 as demand for 400G and above capable products increases.
HBO Max is now offering free access to a small batch of TV episodes via its app.
'We do believe that Dish's intent is to build the network substantially in the US,' says American Tower CFO Rod Smith. However, the company doesn't expect significant revenues from Dish until next year.
Company even sees upsides of supply constraints, saying they have opened the door to greater collaboration with customers.
Recent influx of RFP activity is presently 'dominated' by 10-Gig XGS-PON and network orchestration needs, DZS president and CEO says.
In a move aimed at focusing its business on fiber-fed customers and big businesses, Lumen has struck a deal with Apollo to offload a large part of its US network, The WSJ reports.
'Moving customers who are on old networks onto modern, advanced high-speed networks means they will need to have phones and devices that can tap into the latest technologies,' T-Mobile said.
UAE-based instant messaging platform says it can now support 1,000 people on a video call.
Foreign vendors have again been sidelined in China's latest blockbuster 5G tender.
Shentel has historically been a cable and mobile provider, but is now transitioning into a fiber and fixed wireless network operator. It plans to more than double its coverage footprint in the process.
Alibaba tries to spend its way to rejuvenate its flagging growth, as the likes of JD and Meituan nip at its heels and regulators stare hard at it.
Cybereason says 'multiple threat actors' from China have infiltrated carriers in Southeast Asia. Some attacks, say the cybersecurity firm, go back to 2017.
Huawei's chief financial officer is back in a Canadian courtroom this week and her extradition case could run for years.
The two partners expand their existing collaboration to provide satellite services to the maritime industry.
Fueled by expanding deployments of its cloud native 'CableOS' platform, Harmonic believes it will soon only trail CommScope in the CMTS market.
Recent judgment rejecting telcos' appeal to rework the Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) dues again puts a question mark over Vodafone Idea's survival in India.
This video covers Juniper's view on the implications of 5G on the network infrastructure and how technology and business models need to evolve to address the new use cases.
The new DirecTV represents the former AT&T US and Puerto Rico video unit covering satellite, streaming and IPTV services, but not HBO Max, which is staying with AT&T's WarnerMedia unit.
The Senate is now scheduled to debate legislation that would set aside $65 billion for broadband in the US. Here are six takeaways from the newest version of this proposal.
AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile are all encouraging their prepaid customers to sign up for more profitable postpaid services. Dish's forthcoming postpaid brand is 'a huge opportunity for us to do the same.'
Hong Kong is aiming to raise at least HK$1.24 billion ($159.5 million) from a 5G spectrum auction across five different bands.
Video conferencing specialist agrees to a settlement, but denies wrongdoing.
Clearfield CEO Cheri Beranek joins the podcast to talk about how she's helped build a company that keeps growing as more and more community broadband providers deploy fiber.
Arianespace launches big telco sats for Embratel and Eutselsat, including a reconfigurable telco satellite. But can it keep competing with SpaceX?
Competitive broadband provider extended fiber-fueled 1-Gig service to 122,000 more homes and small businesses in the first half of 2021 and plans to more than double its reach to 300,000 locations by year-end.
DOCSIS will be part of the UK network 'for a long time to come,' says Mike Fries. Meanwhile, Liberty Global will take multiple paths to 10-Gig in Europe that include FTTP, DOCSIS 4.0 and wholesale partnerships, he says.
Learn about how 5G is transforming the Metro, which is creating both opportunities and challenges for network operators, and how Juniper's Cloud Metro portfolio can help with this transformation.