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Have Devices Overtaken Networks as Huawei's Biggest Unit?
Morris Lore | 1/2/2019

Figures released by the Chinese equipment giant suggest it is becoming increasingly reliant on its gadget-making consumer division for sales growth.

Roku Targets Amazon With 'Premium Subscriptions'
News Analysis | 1/2/2019

Expansion to the Roku Channel will enable users to buy subscriptions directly to more than two dozen video services, including Showtime & Starz… but not HBO.

SKT Eyes Broadcasting Role for 5G
News Analysis | 1/2/2019

South Korea's biggest mobile operator continues to work on bringing 5G technology into markets outside the traditional consumer business.

Eurobites: Nokia Appoints New Fixed Networks Supremo
News Analysis | 1/2/2019

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia completes sale of IP video unit; merger of T-Mobile and Tele2 in the Netherlands signed and sealed; Sigfox helps save the rhino.

Deutsche Telekom Sues Regulator Over 5G Rules – Report
News Analysis | 1/2/2019

Germany's biggest operator is unhappy about coverage obligations and rules that would force it to open its 5G network to asset-light rivals, according to local press reports.

New Open Workgroup to Accelerate Edge Computing
Heavy Lifting Analyst Notes | 1/2/2019

Developing an open architecture for domain-specific accelerators could empower service providers to accelerate edge computing and related applications.

New Open Workgroup to Accelerate Edge Computing
Heavy Reading Blog | 1/2/2019

Developing an open architecture for domain-specific accelerators could empower service providers to accelerate edge computing and related applications.

Five Signs That the US Cable Industry Is Fracturing
The Bauminator | 1/1/2019

MSO-on-MSO competition, lawsuits, diverging network strategies, out-of-footprint OTT video threats... this is not your father's cable industry.

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