Also in today's EMEA roundup: Franco Bernabe resigns from Telecom Italia; Vodafone CFO steps down.
Much of the 2013 Leading Lights Awards dinner can be described only in pictures. Good thing we had a photographer on hand to capture the shenanigans.
Could the Facebook deal help Cisco become the king of indoor location services? Maybe so.
We stopped a bunch of executives on the Ethernet & SDN Expo show floor and gave them 30 seconds to tell us what SDN means to them.
One Source Networks chief marketing officer Gina Nomellini outlines her company's enterprise services expansion plans.
Verizon is showing that telecom operators can cut it in the cloud services market.
Service assurance vendor stresses need for some virtualized functions to remain at the customer site and not be centralized.
Former NetApp EVP Manish Goel has joined the big-data company as CEO, so current CEO Anukool Lakhina can focus on innovation.
Mike Rouleau, senior vice president of tw telecom, discusses its aggressive E-Access rollout and ongoing plans for Ethernet expansion.
Utah city of Provo zips past Austin, Texas, as the second market to begin signups for Google Fiber’s 1 Gbit/s service.
Meet the attendees, nominees, and party-goers who attended Light Reading's Leading Lights awards extravaganza on the eve of Ethernet & SDN Expo.
In an ESDN keynote, tw telecom's Mike Rouleau calls for a new customer-controlled service delivery model.
Also in today's EMEA roundup: KPN shareholders approve E-Plus sale; Orange/Samsung tablets tie-up; Hutchison seeks EU approval for O2 deal.
Comcast serves up sneak preview of its cloud-based, next-gen X2 user interface to select X1 customers.
Time Warner Cable's Satyanarayana Parimi talks Carrier Ethernet and cloud services on the Ethernet & SDN Expo show floor.
Light Reading's Sarah Reedy and Carol Wilson chat about the hot topics at Ethernet & SDN Expo.
AT&T says SDN is the key technology to take the carrier to a next-gen network, but that's why it's so important it gets APIs ASAP.
Enterprises will have to install small cells from a number of different operators thanks to the BYOD trend, so building an attractive pricing model will be important.
Cisco CEO John Chambers opens up Interop & ESDN show in NYC promising the 'next wave' in networking will be driven by the 'app economy.'
The change software-defined networking will bring will more than justify the extraordinary hype surrounding it today, says Ciena CTO.
A shareholder proxy fight may be on the agenda in early 2014 if Time Warner doesn't consider a deal to merge with Charter Communications.
Five new faces have been inducted into the Light Reading Hall of Fame – find out who they are.
Five individuals have been inducted into the Light Reading Hall of Fame – find out who they are.
Also in today's EMEA roundup: Bouygues hopes for 4G boost; BASE rolls out 4G in Belgium; Nokia's 'Frankenfone' moment.
Vendor aims to automate Ethernet services lifecycle from access to edge.
Find out who won in the 12 categories that comprised this year's Leading Lights awards.
IBM acquires CEM vendor to give operators visibility into mobile apps on the network and to have a product, not just a consultancy, to offer its customers.
Revenue for broadband equipment vendors surged in the second quarter, due largely to increased shipments of Docsis 3.0 modems and fixed LTE gateways.
Cor, baby, it's really freemium as FreedomPop rolls out its VoIP phone service with 500 MB of free data and a $99 handset with no contract.
Two new switches put more 10-gig power into a much smaller package to help service providers lower the price for more bandwidth.
ESDN Packet Optical workshops look at how SDN is broadening its horizons in the WAN.
Also in today's EMEA roundup: Iliad's 1-Gig broadband; Windows Phone surges in Europe; ADVA does 100G in Moscow.
AT&T signs hotspot roaming pact with FON while MSOs extend WiFi coverage to 200,000 hotspots across US.