Open source developments, such as the OPEN-Orchestrator (OPEN-O) Project that is developing software for service orchestration over NFV, SDN and legacy network infrastructure, can play a key role in the evolution of telco strategies, says Marc Cohn of the Linux Foundation.
A sweep of the show floor at Mobile World Congress Shanghai made it quite clear which technologies are at the top of the agenda for operators in the world's largest single market.
Pinder Chauhan, a CommScope director, offers DAS training free for women to encourage them to continue advancing their knowledge, and in turn, their careers.
Averna has purchased Nexjen Systems from Jenkins Electric, a regional supplier of industrial systems and services based in Charlotte, NC.
Santa Cruz lit up gigabit wireless service this week with help from Cruzio and Siklu.
As the cable industry is steadily deploying WiFi hotspots and homespots, it is beginning to explore other opportunities that wireless usage can offer.
Ericsson's CEO is under growing pressure, according to Light Reading sources.
The German operator is preparing to sell domestic towers to raise funds for investment elsewhere.
Buying an equipment vendor wasn't practical in the hardware era but adding a vendor's software expertise makes total sense today.
Disney wants a piece of Major League Baseball's streaming media magic.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Italy's national broadband plan gets EU approval; DE-CIX chooses Interoute in Spain; fiber expansion in South Africa.
Upskill U and Cisco explore OpenStack solutions for video delivery at 1PM ET on 7/1.
This week in our WiC roundup: tech companies lobby for diversity; Clinton crusades for techies; #nowomanever makes waves; and more.
Rogers' Upinder Saini explains how millennial viewers favor mobile devices over big TVs and non-conventional TV content over broadcast and cable networks.
Deutsche Telekom's Claudia Nemat will relinquish responsibilities for European sales and marketing to focus on technology and innovation.