Open Compute Project (OCP) developments can help network and data center operators deal with the demands of hybrid clouds, the Internet of Things (IoT) and other emerging ecosystems and platforms, says Equinix CTO Ihab Tarazi.
The company is searching for a new management team as the company faces a hearing with Nasdaq about a possible delisting.
Intel says IoT boss Doug Davis is retiring, while Bloomberg reports that mobile boss Aicha Evans has resigned.
AT&T has criteria for choosing its GigaPower cities, including public policies and local demand, but invitations to serve are always welcome.
Top advisor to the chairman says priorities for final ten months include preparing for 5G, expanding digital inclusion efforts and opening set-tops.
Mari Silbey, Light Reading cable editor, kicks off the Gigabit Cities event by reminding folks the US still lags in average broadband speeds.
NFV can bring operational headaches as well as operational gains, argues Andy Huckridge.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Robert Mugabe hints at Internet clampdown; Deutsche Telekom still seeks Qivicon partners; EU's Apple-in-Ireland tax probe could take some time.
Its annual report on the industry says enterprises are still only using a fraction of their existing data but they are moving more quickly.
Chinese vendor carries out a management reshuffle, promoting its CTO into the leadership roles, as it looks to appease US authorities.
Yuval Bachar, LinkedIn's principal engineer, architecture and strategy, talks about how the Open Compute Project (OCP) promotes innovation and efficiency in the data center technology sector, allowing LinkedIn to focus on what it does best – software.
There's only a few days left to vote for the year's most inspiring woman in comms, female tech pioneer of the year and female-led startup to watch.
Having previously made a seed investment in data center and industrial IoT asset management specialist NodePrime, Ericsson is now buying the whole lot.
The newly combined company faces tough competition from industry giants. Maybe too tough.
Brocade to buy WiFi partner, but says $1.2B deal is more focused on LTE, 5G and mobile edge future.
New York has passed the most progressive parental leave policy of any state, hopefully setting a precedent for other states and companies on how they support parents.
Acquisition of security engineering firm powers network operator's ability to address special needs of largest enterprise and government customers.
Orange's failure to seal a takeover deal for Bouygues Telecom may force the company to accelerate other strategic initiatives.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Vodafone goes regional for business; free WiFi for soccer stadiums; Innowave's new UK boss.
5G is about so much more than just very high bandwidth and low latency – and SDN is going to play a key role in enabling 5G full potential, argues ONF Executive Director Dan Pitt.
Women are notoriously under-represented in the tech industry, even more so in the open source community, but open source leaders can encourage diversity by setting behaviorial standards and becoming more inclusive, says Nithya Ruff, director, open source strategy office, at SanDisk.
ZTE bids so long to CEO Shi Lirong along with two other senior executives caught up in trade dispute with the US.
The IEEE's Karen McCabe shares her thoughts on why you must master your domain but branch out into others as well.
Dr Ben Azvine, global head of security research & innovation at BT, talks about the various cybersecurity threats that major telcos have to deal with and the way that BT is using analytics to deal with those threats.
Live in 4K, it's alligator feeding time... thanks to EPB's gigabit network.
Two European universities are offering an open source microprocessor, initially aimed at low-power IoT devices. Open source CPUs have the potential to reduce the costs of high-volume IoT applications.
Who could have anticipated that people wouldn't like having practical jokes added to their email?
This week in our WiC roundup we compile stories offering practical solutions and tips for increasing the number and prominence of women in the tech industry.
Should Comcast's Stream TV count toward users' broadband data caps? It's complicated.
Facebook developed its own hardware and software to gain the agility and efficiencies it needs to support Facebook, Messenger, WhatsApp, Instagram, streaming video and more on a global scale, says Network Team Manager Omar Baldonado.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: NB-IoT drives smart parking in UAE; Amazon reportedly considering a stake in HERE; Telenor's Friday feeling.
Brocade reckons interest in NFV is growing in the Indian market as operators look to differentiate themselves from rivals.
Chinese vendor defies economic slowdown to post bumper profits thanks to sales of devices and 4G equipment.
In this live video tutorial, we present how to configure Flozelia's EpsilonApps, a groundbreaking tool for managing and provisioning virtualized network functions.