Bolt Fiber Optic Services will use ETI's Overture software suite for operations and customer care functions, and to turn its video headend into a multi-tenant platform.
UC vendor is holding its own against big names like Cisco as operators move to VoLTE and start deploying WebRTC.
Fifth-largest US MSO hires former Yahoo exec David Dibble for its freshly created CTO position.
Startup Mimosa intros a 1-Gig backhaul radio and says it can get customer installation costs below $100 in the city.
SPIT giant acquires Spanish rich communications and WebRTC gateway specialist Solaiemes.
Top technologist will boost Infinera data center work, and is the second leading exec to leave Verizon for the vendor world in recent months.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telefónica bids for Vivendi's Brazilian broadband arm; EU wants more detail on Liberty/Ziggo deal; Ericsson scores in Egypt.
Subscriber dynamics were in flux in the second quarter as the four Tier 1 US wireless operators grappled with shifting pricing plans, increased competition and tablet growth.
One early indication of whether the tw telecom deal will bear the hoped-for fruit will be how its dynamic bandwidth capacity is handled.
China's biggest fiber cable manufacturer has applied for a listing on the Hong Kong Exchange.
FCC's Sherman says that smaller, innovative players should be able to work with larger providers to enter the US wireless market.
A Juniper Networks poll finds a little more than half the companies surveyed have SDN deployment plans, while the rest have none.
A telco co-op in Texas readies a gigabit network in its region north of San Antonio to prep customers for all service eventualities.
Carriers are taking the lead for data center virtualization, leaving vendors to catch up, say Heavy Reading analysts Roz Roseboro and Jim Hodges.
When it comes to virtual network functions (VNFs), Dell is convinced that the heavy lifting will need to be done in the 'cloud'.
Chairman Wheeler says he's disturbed by Verizon's plans to throttle its top 5% of LTE data users, while the carrier reminds him how limited the policy's affect will be.
Also in today's regional roundup: BT enters the 4G fray with enterprise service offering; Etisalat unit mulls IPO; Arris gets some action in Poland.
DPI vendor is tackling cell site and customer management with a RAN optimization app for SIM cards.
Test system vendor extends its portfolio from the wireless handset and radio access network to the evolved packet core (EPC), taking on some entrenched incumbents in the process.
More than a century ago, while the phone was still young, pranksters were already calling the morgue to ask for Mr. Stiff.
Also in today's regional roundup: Belgacom holds steady and inks new deal with Vodafone; Turkcell ownership battle over.
Wholesale operators GCX and Pacnet are both being eyed up by the same Chinese-backed firm.