Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Iliad founder ups stake in Telecom Italia; Proximus has good Q3; Telefónica in 5G tie-up.
The Israeli next-gen comms scene is blisteringly hot. Steve Saunders meets some of its rising stars.
The G.fast chip developer is hot property and looks ripe for acquisition – for me this is a 'no brainer' for Intel.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia ticks off final regulatory approval for AlcaLu deal; ADVA hits all-time high in Q3; hard times in Saudi Arabia.
Etisalat joins NTT DoCoMo, SKT and Verizon in trying to be among the lead group of carriers to deploy 5G.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ericsson in IoT tie-up; Orange shells out for Polish spectrum; Tele Columbus launches share issue.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Deezer goes for IPO; Brussels approves Intel/Altera deal; Ericsson spreads mobile coverage in Benin.
Also in today's roundup: France sets date for 700MHz auction; Norway's Homenet trials G.fast; SDN and NFV investments.
Also in today's roundup: Sky bangs the 'split BT' drum; operators talk of mixing open source with proprietary cloud technology; update on 3 UK profitability.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Sky does movie deal with Disney; Telenor re-jigs management; bad news for Mobily investors.
The Broadband Forum is adapting its focus to account for the impact that virtualization and programmable networking will have on access network topologies and operator business plans.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: BT starts more G.fast trials with AlcaLu; Ericsson and MTS test LTE Broadcast in Russia; Deutsche Telekom tackles the cell edge.
At Gigabit Europe 2015, Ventura Team co-founder Richard Jones talks about some of the key business case considerations for FTTH network operators.
Light Reading recently published an exclusive interview with Huawei's deputy chairman Eric Xu in English – now that interview is available in Chinese too.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: GCHQ deploys Smurf army, says Snowden; Safe Harbor ruling could spell trouble for Facebook and others; Telenet/BASE deal comes under scrutiny.
Service providers can generate new business helping companies, government agencies and individuals solve the enormous problems of authentication and identity.
France's Orange bemoans the lack of a digital single market in Europe but remains optimistic about the region's potential.