Huawei expects to report revenues of 520 billion yuan, a 32% year-on-year increase, for the full year 2016.
One of the last frontiers for eking out performance improvements in data centers is memory chips. New memory ICs are on the way, but will they make it on time? Maybe not.
Myanmar's Ooredoo is plotting a major expansion of its 4G services into rural parts of the country.
Also in today's regional roundup: UK's Snooper's Charter shot down by Euro court; Altiostar's virtual RAN surfaces in Italy; and more.
There are many initiatives that aim to provide Internet access to the billions of currently 'unconnected' people around the world, but is 3G perhaps an affordable and efficient solution these days?
Also in today's regional roundup: ZTE in line for €1 billion-plus Italian job?; TIM decides to produce its own premium content for broadband customers; Europe's cable market grows 5.7%.
Light Reading's latest reader survey suggests telco executives need educating more about the potential benefits of edge computing.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telefónica turns to Cisco for mission-critical network upgrade; Enea completes Qosmos acquisition; Nokia and Ooredoo demo 4.5G Pro.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telenor under suspicion; fund managers don't like BT/Ofcom separation; Mediaset shares soar on Vivendi rumors.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia and Vodafone trial cloud RAN; Ooredoo dabbles in 5G; new boss for Telefónica Deutschland.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Colt upgrades with Cisco; Orange rebrands in Morocco; LinkedIn seeks to unblock itself in Russia; SoftBank's tech fund sets up in London; cybercrime versus old-school crime.
This week in our WiC roundup: Lack of diversity awareness widespread in tech; brogrammers get schooled; Afghan girls learn to code; and more.
The telecoms sector has taken a hefty glancing blow in the past six months, hitting sales and confidence. And that made me think of John Chambers…
ZTE's latest acquisition could help it to expand in Turkey and its neighboring markets.
The company has introduced software to work with its fast network processors that makes it easier to do deep packet inspection for security purposes.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: crystal ball gazing; more router hacks; Tunisian government to sell telecom stakes; Azure price hike.