Heavy Reading's Adi Kishore says streaming video is set to disrupt operator networks and business models.
Chinese equipment maker is said to be on the verge of slashing jobs at its network and handset businesses.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: KPN beefs up its cybersecurity offer; Nokia helps deliver VR content in China; Danish police investigate New Year's Eve cable service outage.
Network sales at the world's biggest equipment maker appear to have grown even faster last year than in 2015.
This week in our WiC roundup: how men can become allies; automation may steal your job; women hotly recruited to tech boards; and more.
Here's what TiVo's not saying (publicly) at CES.
Cloud Constellation, a startup, is looking to build the SpaceBelt cloud platform on a series of orbiting satellites connected by laser.
A trade war with China could decimate the smartphone market.
Could the success of 4.5G have a big influence on operators' 5G strategies?
Are we ready for 'Vericast,' Trump telcoms and a simple sticker price for a 'mobile Internet' connection? T-Mobile is betting on it.
Will test and measurement companies get infected with the M&A frenzy we've seen in other sectors?
By making its NFVi available across open source MANO efforts, VMware hopes to continue effective competition against OpenStack NFVis.
Cisco and Ericsson are looking to a new WiFi offering for revenue growth.
Located 85 feet under the surface of the Earth in a decommissioned limestone mine, Bluebird Underground enjoys reduced cost and enhanced security. See it for yourself in this slideshow.
The Wi-Fi Alliance brings precision time synchronization to wireless devices.
Also in today's EMEA regional news roundup: AsiaInfo cuts UK jobs; what UK SMEs spend on comms; Ericsson targets WiFi with Cisco.
We're about to find out what the major players are planning to spend on their networks in 2017.
Heavy Reading's Steve Bell sheds light on IoT mindset and market shifts, and how networks and business models must transform to meet IoT demands.
Cirrent offers the latest in secure automatic WiFi provisioning with ZipKey.
Intel to take on Qualcomm and Samsung in emerging 5G modem fray.
AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile are all promising some Gigabit LTE action in 2017, but how much will the upgrade really deliver?
New Network 3.0 Platform combines SDN, AT&T's ECOMP orchestration and other key technologies to unleash big data/analytics across a broad landscape.
Intelligence and data-processing capabilities will continue to move to the edge of networks, even if mobile operators do not see fog computing as a short-term priority, says a new report from Heavy Reading.
Telstra's Tom Homer shares insight into picking the right digital partners.
In a small but notable deal, Comcast has quietly acquitted Watchwith, a video metadata firm that focuses on analyzing what goes on inside a TV program, movie or sporting event.
Comcast's platform could be the new operating system for connected devices in the home.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Intel confirms HERE stake; Vodafone and Huawai achieve 1.35 Gbit/s in Romania over LTE; Ericsson does VR at CES; heads-up on smart hairbrushes.
AT&T and friends get ready for 5G tests in the second half of 2017.
Bharti Airtel is said to be in talks to acquire Telenor's local business in the latest sign of M&A activity in India.
The Bluebird Underground data center is located in posh digs, in a decommissioned limestone mine 85 feet beneath Springfield, Missouri.
The world's biggest equipment vendor is bracing itself for a more turbulent ride this year.
The security specialist hired a CEO with experience in leading companies back toward profitability.
Heavy Reading's Gabriel Brown details the 5G disruption expected for 2017 and beyond.
Dish hopes to ride cord-cutting wave with new AirTV Player.
Change is accelerating and CSPs must adapt, says CenturyLink's Bill Walker.
As fog computing starts to play a bigger role in networking strategies, the importance of virtualization to the distributed cloud will become increasingly apparent.
The telecom industry is in a period of rapid change, but then that's been true now for decades. The pace may change but the problems and even some of the solutions seem to repeat themselves.
Light Reading founder and CEO Steve Saunders chats with Sportlogiq CEO Craig Buntin about sports data analysis.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Liberty and Vodafone complete on Dutch JV; Telefónica and Huawei cozy up on NB-IoT; Nokia and Ooredoo trial TWDM-PON.
VMware expects India to account for a substantial share of global spending on software and virtualization technologies.
Satellite company will be the first to launch equipment with SpaceX following a rocket explosion in September.
Chinese vendor confirms acquisition of HexaTier and Toga Networks.
It would give Amazon an opportunity to expand its technology/media empire – and stick it to Donald Trump. What's not to like?
Amazon will face major competitive threats in 2017 in hybrid cloud, AI and maybe blockchain.